Pregnancy and Postnatal Exercise

Mums, New Mums and Mums-To-Be

Pregnancy and Post Natal Exercise

I enjoy working with mums-to-be and new mums, and specialise in exercises for this special population. I have had the privilege of working with and learning from Jenny Burrell of Burrell Education and Wendy Powell of the Mutu System.

It’s never too late to start looking after your body while expecting a baby, and after having children. Exercise in pregnancy can be safe it is done with care and reference to your own individual circumstances. The right type of postnatal exercise, designed for women will help you to find and use your abdominal muscles, strengthen the core and pelvic floor muscles, and trim a few inches all over. This is for you no matter how many months (or years) postnatal you are….

Pregnancy Exercise


I adopt a functional approach to pregnancy exercise

To strengthen the core  and pelvic floor and address the postural changes of pregnancy, helping make this an enjoyable and healthy part of your life.

Regular exercise throughout pregnancy will keep you fit and strong, avoid excessive weight gain, guard against gestational diabetes and alleviate the aches and pains brought about during pregnancy.

Postnatal Exercise

kerry PP squatMy postnatal exercise programs  take  a holistic approach.

Functional exercise techniques help to heal diastasis (abdominal separation), strengthen the pelvic floor, strengthen the core to do its job and help you shift the post baby weight.

Starting with a thorough initial assessment  your postnatal exercise program is designed and progressed appropriately.


You heal from the inside out 


With a strong focus on NUTRITION..

I have simple but highly effective ideas and strategies for helping you get a balanced diet and achieve your weight loss goals while staying energised running around after babies and young children.

New mums can get back into exercise after their 6 week check up if all is well.


Small babies are welcome at my sessions.

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