Mums & Bubs Pilates, Adelaide
Feel Great In Your Post-Baby Body
Core. Abdominal Separation. Pelvic Floor
Rehab Post C-Section
Whole Body Toning (tummy & peaches 🍑 included)
Stepping Stone To Get Back In To Exercising
Your Instructors Are Physios Trained in Post-Natal Pilates
Post Natal Pilates Details
🤱 Suitable for all mums 6 weeks post-partum (cleared by their Dr) and before bubs is on the move (we have a play pen on site)
💪 All fitness levels welcome
💕 Reformer Pilates classes are taught by a physio who will provide a safe environment for your return to exercise
👼 Bring along anything that might help your little angel keep calm and happy in a new environment (eg. favorite toys).
🍼 We have a spare room if you would like to feed your baby.
Before You Get Started –
Book In A 30minute 1:1 Introduction Appointment
This appointment is with a physio. It is a chance for you to chat to her about your situation and learn more about Mums & Bubs Classes how can help you.
1. Learn about your pelvic floor and what you can do get it stronger again
2. Have your abdominal separation assessed and how you can reduce yours
3. Have the chance to ask your physio about any pain, injuries, or niggles that are bothering you and if there is anything you can do to help
It is okay if you’re new to exercise and feel unfit, or if you have had an active pregnancy and just want some guidance.
We have helped many mums return to fitness, and taught them some tricks and exercises to help with all things from feeding posture, pram height and caring for themselves with their new baby.
For more information on our Post Natal Classes (pelvic floor, returning to exercise and more), read this post.
Mums & Bubs Pilates Class Timetable
- Tuesday : 12:30pm (Mums & Bubs)
I have urinary incontinence. Is it okay to start Mum & Bubs Classes?
It’s very common to experience urinary incontinence after giving birth and with the right exercises, this can be significantly reduced. During your post natal appointment, your physio will give you some basic info and exercises to help this. In some cases, your physiotherapist may recommend you see a women’s health specialist.
Do I have to bring my baby?
Nope! If you’re keen for some solo time, then go for it 😉
Will I use my baby for the exercises?
Some exercises, we may ask you hold your baby. This allows the physio to teach you correct technique when holding your baby which you can then use at home. However, not all exercises will involve holding your baby.
What happens if my baby cries?
A mumma’s got to do what a mumma’s got to do 😝 If your baby is unsettled, you can do what you like to settle them. FYI – our physios are always up for a cuddle. If bubs doesn’t want to be put down, we can give you exercises you can do while holding them.
What if my baby usually sleeps during this time?
For some babies, class time may coincide with their usual sleep time, and that’s okay. Bring along your pram for baby to sleep beside you.