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Online 4 week postnatal plan

Moving through motherhood 
SHE ACTIVE MUMS: Service

Guiding you through the early weeks post baby regaining strength.

WHO IT'S FOR

Recommended from 6 weeks post baby.

WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Improving posture and mobility

  • Better breathing

  • Pelvic floor

  • Core strength

  • Functional exercises for daily activities as mum

  • Releases & Stretching for niggles and aches

 DETAILS

4 week plan includes:

For more information contact amanda@she-active.co.uk

FAQS

HOW SOON CAN I JOIN AFTER HAVING A BABY?

You may join at 6 weeks postnatal (8-10 weeks if you've
had a C-section) as long as you've had your 6-8 week
check with your GP.

I AM PREGNANT, CAN I STILL JOIN YOUR CLASSES?

Yes, of course. Pregnant ladies can join sessions and
exercises will be guided and adapted to suit you.

IS IT SAFE TO EXERCISE WITH A DIASTASIS (TUMMY MUSCLE SEPARATION)?

Yes, however there are some exercises that should be
avoided. 

CAN I BRING MY CHILD?

We love Mums and your little people at SHE Active so feel free to bring them along or it's absolutely fine to just come on your own.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

Water for yourself and baby paraphernalia. You might want to bring a bouncer/travel cot, toys and snacks to keep little people entertained.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR TO CLASS?

Think practical, wear workout attire that you feel comfortable and supported in. A sports bra is recommended.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I MISS A CLASS?

You can reschedule trial sessions and 4 week class passes can be used over 6 weeks from the first class.

HOW MANY IN A CLASS?

Up to 15.

SHE ACTIVE MUMS: FAQ

I have worked with Amanda for the last 6 months. She has worked wonders on helping me piece myself physically back together after the birth of my 2nd child. Her corefit classes have helped improve and strengthen my core & pelvic floor after pregnancy had taken their toll. I learned simple nifty tricks such as the effect of rolling a tennis ball on the foot and how useful this can be on the body.

Sara Hunter

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