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Pilates for Mums and Mums to be

Through specific exercises focused on core strengthening, pelvic floor activation and stabilisation, Pilates helps reducing the risk of common pregnancy related conditions such as back pain, Diastasis Recti, Pelvic Girdle Pain.

A specific post natal Pilates programme can also restore your pelvic floor healthy functions – as incontinence episodes and heaviness are very common but should not be considered as a normal part of being a mum.

Please consult your practitioner before starting any physical activities after giving birth.

How Pilates helps during pregnancy and after birth:

  • Core and glutes strength (preventing or healing abdominal separation and pain in the Pelvis)
  • Reduce back and shoulder pain
  • Pelvic floor issues
  • Pelvic pain
  • Flexibility, balance, and symmetry
  • Maintain healthy weight
  • Relaxation and mind-body connection
  • Quicker post- partum recovery
  • Full body strengthening & conditioning without impact or stress on joints
  • Correcting pregnancy related postural and muscular imbalances 
  • Breathing techniques
  • Re gain pre-pregnancy fitness level

Happydemic Pilates Packages for Pregnancy and New Mums:

Happy pregnancy

• You want to keep fit, toned and healthy during your pregnancy

• You are experiencing Pelvic Girdle Pain, Diastasis Recti, backpain or any other pregnancy related condition.

20 Sessions package

Mum soon
(last trimester only)

• You are 28 to 39 weeks pregnant.

• You are experiencing Pelvic Girdle Pain, Diastasis Recti, backpain or any other pregnancy related condition.

8 Sessions + 
 3 Post natal assessments

New mum
6-8 weeks post partum)

• You have/had Pelvic Girdle Pain, Diastasis Recti, C section, prolapse, episiotomy or any other pregnancy/delivery related conditions.

• You want to restore your core muscles and your pelvic floor, supporting a quicker and safer recovery process.

10 Sessions package

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