Postnatal

Rebuild and Reconnect

POST NATAL REBUILD

6 weeks – 10.15am – 11.30am Thursday

Videos provided to follow at home .

Bring your baby but the class is for you!

Stay for tea after!

 

There are plenty of classes for your baby but only one where the focus is entirely on you. Although working on the stomach muscles and pelvic floor is incredibly important after giving birth, it is not the whole story.

 

During pregnancy the arches in the feet have flattened; lower back muscles have shortened; stomach muscles have become overstretched; hips have lost their connection; chest muscles have tightened and quite probably the head is in a forward position.

 

The Postnatal Body rebuild program will start from the feet up putting everything back into its correct anatomical alignment.

Muscles that have shortened will be lengthened; weakened muscles will be strengthen and of course we will work the stomach and the pelvic floor. In addition to all this,  you will rebuild your confidence by connecting physically and mentally with your new body and love it!

 

DID YOU KNOW

 

* The arches of the feet connect to the pelvic floor Kegels are not the best way to work on pelvic floor issues Placement of your foot will affect your pelvic alignment and pelvic floor Everyone has a diastasis recti (separated tummy muscles) immediately after giving birth You can make your diastasis recti permanent or worse by poor posture and poor exercise choices Scar tissue heals with increased blood flow and exercise Even woman who have had a c-section need to work their pelvic floor.

 

Class been running since 2005!

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Postnatal

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There are plenty of classes for your baby but only one where the focus is entirely on you. Although working on the stomach muscles and pelvic floor is incredibly important after giving birth, it is not the whole story.

During pregnancy the arches in the feet have flattened; lower back muscles have shortened; stomach muscles have become overstretched; hips have lost their connection; chest muscles have tightened and quite probably the head is in a forward position.

The Postnatal Body rebuild program will start from the feet up putting everything back into its correct anatomical alignment.
Muscles that have shortened will be lengthened; weakened muscles will be strengthen and of course we will work the stomach and the pelvic floor. In addition to all this,  you will rebuild your confidence by connecting physically and mentally with your new body and love it!

DID YOU KNOW

  • The arches of the feet connect to the pelvic floor
  • Kegels are not the best way to work on pelvic floor issues
  • Placement of your foot will affect your pelvic alignment and pelvic floor
  • Everyone has a diastasis recti (separated tummy muscles) immediately after giving birth
  • You can make your diastasis recti permanent or worse by poor posture and poor exercise choices
  • Scar tissue heals with increased blood flow and exercise
  • Even woman who have had a c-section need to work their pelvic floor.