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Pregnancy is often a life experience that can change a woman in more ways than one. Labor and delivery can be one of the most physically (and mentally) taxing events on a woman’s body. A woman who exercises during her pregnancy often has an easier time with the labor and delivery process as they have more endurance and strength, as opposed to a woman who does not exercise. You do not need to already have an established exercise routine to exercise during pregnancy. Our pre/postnatal exercise specialist can help you start a safe and gentle exercise program that can prepare your body for the “marathon” that is childbirth and delivery and keep you healthy and active throughout your entire pregnancy.
After giving birth the body undergoes yet again many new changes with trying to heal and recover. When cleared by a doctor you can start an exercise routine. It is recommended to start gently and to ease into exercise. Our pre/postnatal exercise specialist can help you with this! You also did not have to exercise your entire pregnancy or even prior to pregnancy to begin a new exercise routine. Our program is gentle on the body but helps our postnatal women regain back their core function that often dissipates with a growing belly and harsh labor.
A postnatal woman can also have a diastasis which is the separation of the abdominal muscles creating a gap that can have damage to the connective tissues. Postnatal training can help safely restore the abdominal wall depending on the severity of the diastasis and promote better core function.
At times, postnatal women can have a laxed pelvic floor from carrying a baby and through pushing the baby out of their body. This can cause incontinence, constipation, etc. Postnatal training can help restore the strength and functionality of the pelvic floor, lessening symptoms and improving quality of life.