Pre / Post-Natal Exercise
Exercising during this exciting time in your life is important to keep fit and to stay strong for childbirth. There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to exercising in the pre / post-natal period, and therefore having an individual and supervised program with a Women’s Health Physiotherapist can be perfect for you. We offer small group sessions at 18 Physio, please contact us to find out more.
If you are confident with your exercise program and would like to continue exercising alone, that’s great. However, consider a session to get exercise advice and a pelvic floor screen so that you are as educated as possible. This can help to minimise your risk of developing any symptoms during the pre / post-natal period. Contact us to find out more.
Our clinical exercise class is an individually tailored program based on your personal goals and needs. The class can suit anyone of all ages, with a strong focus on ensuring you are exercising with correct technique, we aim to maximise your strength for injury management or prevention.
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Using the principles of Pilates
Pilates is a mind-body approach to exercise and is a holistic way to keep strong, prevent injury or rehabilitate following an injury. Pilates focuses on the core and whole-body strengthening, with a focus on correct breath work. This makes it a great tool for exercise based pelvic floor rehabilitation in addition to the musculoskeletal benefits you gain from it. Due to the flexibility of this exercise type, you can gradually build load and functionality by modifying your spring load or position of exercise.
Unfortunately we are not taking online bookings for this service at present, please contact us to find out more.
“Not only is health a normal condition, but it is our duty to not only attain it, but to maintain it” – J. Pilates
“Concentrate on the correct movement each time you exercise, lest you do them improperly and thus lose all vital benefits” – J. Pilates
“Change happens through movement and movement heals” – J. Pilates