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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • 80 British pounds
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

PRENATAL - Pregnancy is a life-changing event. With so much excitement on the way, things sometimes have a tendency to fall to the side. However, this doesn't mean that pregnant women have to let their old exercise routine slide. Not to mention, a regular Pilates practice will help during delivery and recovery in postpartum! The exercises help to balance the body by correcting alignment dysfunction, relieving stress, and maintaining long, lean musculature. The primary target is the core, which is made up of the abdominals, lower back, hips, and pelvic floor muscles. All of these are important during pregnancy and also for labor! You can start during the first trimester of pregnancy. Pilates will help to keep your core toned, improve your pelvic floor strength and prevent lower back pain! POSTNATAL - Many women struggle with their changing bodies, frustrated that their midsection may no longer look the way it did before. There may even be some aches and pains never felt before in the body due to weakness and joint laxity. Pilates is a popular way to gently get the body moving again without overexertion. It will also help tone and develop core strength and definition. This strength will help new moms feel more in control of their lives and bodies. Take it slow. It is effective and safe for new mothers. It can be started as soon as six weeks after vaginal birth and 8-12 weeks after c-section. Prices are vary if you book more sessions or you bring a friend.

Cancelation Policy

You can cancel or reschedule your class booking online up to 30 minutes before the scheduled class start time. When you cancel your booking, your class credit will be refunded. When you reschedule your booking, your credit can be used for the next booked session. Each class is password-protected, so it's a safe online space. Please make sure you cancel/reschedule your booking if you cannot attend.

Contact Details


Cambridge, CB5 8QU, GBR

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