Key info and exercises for core health
90 minute online workshop for new mums
While you're getting to grips with life a new baby it can be hard to take care of yourself.
The changes that your body and mind go through during pregnancy, birth and in the period after are huge. As well as a celebrating the amazing life-giving, shape-shifting qualities you have, it is important to recognise that you may feel totally different in your body to your pre-pregnancy normal.
Having a tummy gap. doming or feeling like you lack strength in your core are all common after having a baby. If you'd appreciate getting to know your postpartum body better, get some practice in tools for reconnecting and starting to feel stronger, this workshop is for you.
Without understanding the changes in your body, it's hard to work out what to do to help things. Join us for a guide to helping your core function well and feel stroonger as you recover after having your baby.
Why mothers love motherslove:
"I love the class as it gave me a time to reconnect to my body and breathing.
Highly recommended "
"I just wanted to say thank you so much for yesterdays session, it was just what I needed.
Thank you so much!"
“Thanks for your time and lovely attention. I really enjoyed the whole class, especially because it had a bit of everything, it wasn’t only yoga and exercise.
After the class, I felt very relaxed.”
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