Post Natal Pilates Classes Paddington
BYOB = Bring your own Baby! Yes, you are welcome to come and train with your baby alongside with you in this class.
Regain control of your body with safe Pilates reformer classes taught by STOTT PILATES® qualified instructors. Reconnect with your abdominal muscles from deep to superficial. Learn how to retrain your deep core, pelvic floor and safely gain strength in the muscles of your abdomen and shoulder stabilisers, which are crucial during the breast feeding period. Our Post Natal Pilates Classes are delivered with ample knowledge of anatomy and physiology, and with understanding of every clients’ unique needs during the postpartum period. Classes are overseen by a qualified, registered osteopath who participates in the programming and quality of the sessions.
According to the guidelines of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists for exercise during the postpartum period “many of the physiological and morphological changes of pregnancy persist for four to six weeks post partum. Thus, exercise routines may be resumed only gradually after pregnancy and should be individualised. Physical activity can thus be resumed as soon as physically and medically safe. This will certainly vary from one woman to another, with some being capable of engaging in an exercise routine within days of delivery”. If you are cleared for exercise from your GP, you are welcome to join our Post natal Pilates classes.
Core Kensington offers top Post Natal Pilates Classes Paddington, Bayswater & Notting Hill area. Train with fully certified STOTT PILATES® instructors who are qualified to deliver safe and challenging Post Natal Pilates Classes on the reformer.
The pelvic floor muscles are damaged post delivery. Exercise can greatly improve the strength of these muscles. A study by Mordved et al. concluded that a specially devised pelvic floor muscle strength training programme can add significantly to physical recovery after childbirth.
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Mørkved S, Bø K. The effect of post-natal exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles Acta obstetricia et gynecologica Scandinavica, vol. 75, issue 4 (1996) pp. 382-5
R. Artal. Guidelines of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists for exercise during pregnancy and the postpartum period. British Journal of Sports Medicine.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bjsm.37.1.6 Accessed 10/3/2017