A 6 week course of gentle stretches for mums. No need for childcare, baby comes too!

This class focuses on finding, and then activating, the oh-so-important pelvic floor muscles, incorporating a range of gentle stretches to help mum strengthen her core muscles. Combined with relaxation skills, this is a perfect stepping stone back into exercise.

Suitable from 6 weeks post birth (8 weeks post Caesarean) - the sooner you can come, the better.


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This course is combines gentle stretching and toning exercises with relaxing with baby. We build up strength slowly from week to week, combining elements of yoga and pilates, incorporating floor work, ball work and sometimes even using the babies themselves! This is most definitely not a high energy cardio vascular work out, but rather a gradual re-introduction to finding and engaging those essential pelvic floor and core muscles - they're there somewhere! 

 

The focus is on fun and relaxation - it gives you a chance to unwind, de-stress and share with other new mums, whilst learning some simple moves that you can do at home when you are playing with/caring for your baby. 

It is suitable for babies who are not yet mobile, and is ideal to start when the babies are really young.

This is a chance to do something for yourself, without having to find childcare for your baby. Your baby will also enjoy it as they are involved in the classes too. So, everybody wins!

Click here to read more testimonials about this class.

 
 
 

Course dates for 2018

Fridays 6th January - 9th February, 11.30 - 1.00pm, course no. BMR030. Spaces available.

Fridays 23rd February - 23rd March, 11.30 - 1.00pm, course no. BMR031. NB this course is only 5 weeks long because of Good Friday, so is £50, rather than £60. Spaces available.

Price

£60.00 for 6 week course, each session lasting 1.5 hours: 1 hour of class time, followed by 30 mins to have a cuppa and a chat to the other mums.

 

Venue

Course held at The Yoga Room, Bridge Street Mill, Witney, OX28 1YH.

Plenty of free parking around the venue, and you can bring buggies/car seats into the room to keep them safe and dry.