Mums-to-be can prepare for birth physically and mentally with a gentle yoga class, while new mums can work on their pelvic stability and core strength with Pilates.
These exercises are suitable for most people and are not aimed at treating any specific cause of pain or condition.
Get advice from a GP or health professional beforehand, especially if:
• you have any concerns about your health
• you aren't sure if the exercises are suitable
• you have any pre-existing health problems or injuries, or any current symptoms.
If you feel any pain or feel unwell, stop the exercise immediately and get medical help.
This easy 20-minute Pilates class is aimed at those who are at least 6 weeks postpartum. In this session you’ll be doing exercises such as side planks, side kicks and bird-dogs to improve your pelvic stability. Postnatal Pilates is perfect for rebuilding your strength, flexibility, mobility and f...
Get yourself ready for birth, physically and mentally, with this short 10-minute sequence. You'll flow through some gentle movements to encourage your baby to move into the ideal position for birth, and bring your attention to meeting your baby soon during the guided breathing.