18th April 2018 : 10-11 a.m.
Outdoor postnatal exercise course.
Weekly classes will run 10-11 a.m. starting Wednesday 18th April until 13th June (8 weeks not including 30th May).
Suitable from 6 weeks post birth or 10 weeks post C-section.
This is a fun and sociable class involving power walking, hill walking, jogging (if appropriate for you) and resistance exercises using body weight or bands en route or using mini circuits. This class helps you burn calories and tone muscles weakened through pregnancy whilst enjoying the benefits and endorphins that exercising in the great outdoors brings.
Exercises are carefully selected for the postnatal mum with lots of “pelvic floor appropriate” options. This is not a bootcamp class and we don’t jog with prams, so any working pram/buggy is suitable. We aim to keep the pram moving as much as possible to keep babies happy too!
Designed for both the new mum and more recovered mums who are returning to high-impact exercise. Alternatives to running are always provided.
Exercise is not permitted whilst baby wearing/carrying due to safety of baby and mum but you’re welcome to walk and chat with us at your own risk.
Over 80% of our mamas reported an increase in their aerobic fitness and energy levels with over half making new friends along the way too!
This is the most sociable class on the timetable and there is the opportunity to finish with a cuppa in the hospital cafe or local pub.
We are out in all weather except storms and ice so please layer up and always bring pram rain covers. On sunny days don’t forget your shades! Suitable footwear should also be worn – we recommend walking shoes or trainers (not pumps or sandals).
Please note, you must be cleared to exercise at your 6-8 week post baby GP check-up or wait at least 10 weeks following a C-section.
Fancy joining us? Places are limited, so book early!
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Suitable footwear (walking boots or trainers - not sandals or pumps). Clothing suitable for the weather.