Postnatal Pilates
About Postnatal Pilates

- Re-engage your core.

- Improve your flexibility.

- Reduce aches & pains.

- Strengthen you pelvic floor.

- Suitable for c-section mums.

- Prolapse friendly.

- Babies Welcome until mobile.

- Make new mummy friends (social meet-ups arranged)


Over 7 years experience working with postnatal mums inthe local area.


Suitable from 6wk check/ 8-12wks post-c-section


Postnatal pilates: Thursday mornings 10.30am to 11.15am £48.00 @ Datchet Baptist church hall.


Next Course: 25th April 10.30am.

7 places remain as of 10/4/19


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What time is the class?

10.30am to 11.15am (Thursday)


Where are the classes?

Datchet Baptist Church Hall, 62 London Road, Datchet, SLough, Berkshire, SL3 9JR


When can I start?

With a natural vaginal delivery once you have had your 6 week check and with a c-section 8 to 12 weeks once you scar has healed and you feel ready.


How much does it cost?

£48 for 6 weeks.


Do I lose a class if I don't attend?

Yes but you are welcome to catch up the missed session by attending a similar suitable class within 2wks if missing a class.


Can I bring my baby?

Yes babies are welcome until the are mobile. Baby car come in their car seat, there is an play area set up and your welcome to bring anything you think will make them more comfortable (bumbo/bouncy seat ect).


When can I start?

Postnatal pilates is suitable for mums once they have had their 6 wk check (c-section between 8 to 12wks after delivery)


What if my baby cries?

Don't worry you can settle them if you need to, fed or change them. Do what ever you would do at home.


- Strengthens pelvic floor following pregnancy and labour to reduce risk of incontinence & prolapse of the abdominal organs.
- Realigns abdominal muscles and strengthens them to help improve appearance safely and effectively. This helps reduce lower back ache
- Strengthen deeper core back muscles to reduce lower back ache so that the superficial muscles relax.
- Relieves tension in the upper back muscles often tight following pregnancy and hours of feeding the little one.
- Increases relaxation which helps reduces stress and postnatal depression.
- Meet other new mums in the local area





FYI - unsuitable exercises for postnatal women include runnning, jumping exercises, planks, crunches, reverse curls


Postnatal Massage

Available to manually release aches and pains. A little bit of time for you. 30 to 90minute appointments available. Click here to book



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