Prenatal Pilates

Prenatal Pilates

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Prenatal Pilates
  • Prenatal Pilates - with hip openers

    This is a full body strengthening workout with lengthening hip opening movements.

    optional ball used for a further challenge, you can also use a cushion.

    Enjoy x Remember to stop any movements that do feel right or cause pain, rest when you need.

  • Sculpt & Stretch - Prenatal friendly

    Sculpt and Stretch is designed to focus on exercises that mobilise the body while also strengthening.

    optional hand weights. suitable prenatal clients too

  • Prenatal - Strength + Stretch

    This prenatal workout is designed to strengthen the body to support your pregnancy while also mobilising and stretching to help relieve any tension.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace a...

  • Prenatal Strength Express

    In this express workout designed to strengthen and lengthen the entire body, we focus on leg strength, glutes, posture and overall alignment.

    Light hand weights can be used for a further challenge. This express workout is ideal to target the muscles to help support your pregnancy.

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  • Prenatal Trimester One Programme

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    Please watch the Prenatal guidelines. We suggest starting the Prenatal modifications and workouts from the start of Trimester Two. You can continue your normal Pilates routine until Trimester two. If you need guidance in your first trimester below are some great low impact workouts to get you sta...

  • Prenatal Trimester 2 Programme

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    This is a programme designed to create a well rounded programme if you prefer to follow a plan. We focus on strengthening the glutes + legs to help support the changes in the pelvis and help reduce lower back pain. As well as posture / arm strength and gentle stretches.

    Please make sure you are...

  • Prenatal Trimester 3 Programme

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    This is a programme if you prefer to follow a plan. Now that we are in the 3rd trimester we will be focusing on leg and glute strength, posture and arm strength as well as gentle stretches to help relieve tension and help create some space in the body.

    Please make sure you are cleared for exerc...

  • Prenatal Strength - No Wrist Bearing Exercises

    Strengthen the muscles to support your pregnancy and reduce pain the body. No wrist bearing exercises if you struggle with 4 point kneeling work this will be a great substitute workout. optional hand weights.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and ...

  • Express Prenatal Full Body

    Move the entire body. Wake up and engage the muscles to help support your pregnancy.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • Prenatal Full Body - Strength

    Prenatal full body targeting the leg and glute strength, posture strength and alignment, arm strength and moving the body to relieve pain and tightness in the body.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at...

  • Stretch and PF

    Release tension in the body with these stretches and focus on your breath and Pelvic Floor

  • 12 min Prenatal Arms

    Strengthen the arms with this short and fiery series

  • 21 min Prenatal Full Body with Glutes

    Strengthen to support the changes throughout your body. Rest when you need

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • Prenatal Targeted Glutes

    Challenge the glutes in this series which will help keep your lower body strong and support the lower back.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • 23 min Pre/ Postnatal Flow

    This workout is designed to strengthen and stretch the body to support your pregnancy or postpartum recovery.

  • Pre/Post Natal Full Body

    Designed to strengthen the body to support your pre or postnatal journey. We focus on the legs, glutes, arms and posture.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • Prenatal Introduction

  • Prenatal Express

    Strengthen and support the body with this Pilates series for prenatal clients.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • Prenatal Strength & Control

    Strengthen the muscles to help support the changes in the body and help to keep you feeling strong.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • Prenatal Chair Two

    Target the legs and glutes in this prenatal workout, optional chair to help with balance.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • Prenatal Upper Body Focus

    Prenatal Pilates designed to help you stay strong and fit while targeting the arms and posture muscles.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • Prenatal with Weights

    Challenge the body in the safe and effective workout. Optional weights for an extra challenge. Workout can be done without weights

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and stay hydrated.

  • Prenatal Gentle Flow

    A Gentle flow to engage the muscles designed to help you move better throughout the day and stretch out tight muscles to leave you feeling great.

    Be sure you are cleared for exercise by a health professional. Rest when you need and stop if any exercises cause pain. Take it at your own pace and ...