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Are you feeling low or
constantly stressed out?

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Do you feel anxious
about 'small' things?

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Are you looking for an
alternative option to help
you feel better within yourself?

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We can help you!


If you’re currently suffering from Pre or Post natal depression please remember you are not alone. Along with the positive effect that regular exercise has on mood it can also give you some time to care for yourself away from home and has physical benefits as well.


Pregnancy affects our bodies in many ways and puts it under a lot of strain. In the past, exercise during pregnancy has been discouraged: in fact, pregnant women were encouraged to adopt a sedentary lifestyle. Pre-natal exercise can greatly benefit expectant mothers and whilst you shouldn’t be expecting to increase your fitness during pregnancy you can definitely maintain a baseline fitness which will help you get back to training more easily after the birth.


If you’re a new mother who wants to get back into shape after the birth I can help you combat those changes that your body has undergone during pregnancy. Diastasis recti or abdominal separation occurs during pregnancy and it may take 6 weeks or more for your muscles to recover post birth. Some women never recover and are left with a gap between their abs so if you have this condition it is vital that you exercise correctly in order to aid recovery and regain a flat stomach.

Benefits can include but aren’t limited to:

  • Improved circulation
  • Reduced swelling
  • Easier, shorter labours
  • Maintaining fitness
  • Quicker post-natal recovery
  • Reduced weight gain

You will be given the best possible support during your pregnancy to ensure that you and baby get the correct nutrition along with exercise in an environment that is safe for both of you.

Post-natal exercise will also help:

  • Improve posture
  • Increase energy
  • Increase weight loss
  • Improve body image
  • Increase self-confidence
  • Reduce anxiety

It is also important to have some ‘mummy’ time and take care of yourself! Exercise sessions will give you a valuable break and you will come away feeling refreshed and able to give your baby all the attention and care they need.

Interested in anything you see here?

You can contact Sabrina by using the form or calling
her on 07976 7793806

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