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NEW MUMS

Becoming a new mum is a life-changing experience. You may not have done exercise for over 9months, your body has undergone some significant changes and your sleep patterns are now in sync with baby. Getting back into shape is usually a high priority for new mum’s, however, finding the time to exercise is often difficult. Exercising with your baby instead of trying to squeeze it in while the baby is taking a nap is a great use of your time together.




We Move, She Moves offer classes for new mums that incorporate baby, Stroller Strength and Bring your baby yoga (link to activity page). They are the perfect re-introduction back to exercise after giving birth. All of our instructors are specially trained to deliver post-natal exercise. The classes welcome little ones up to 5 years old. If you need to stop to feed or comfort your little one, that is absolutely fine.

The experts recommend you don’t come back to exercise until 6 weeks after a vaginal birth or 10 weeks after a c-section as you need to give your body time to heal. Our instructors will do an assessment at your first session to determine any areas that need strengthening.