Post-natal exercises and yoga for Mummy & groovy moves to nursery rhymes for baby.
Lots of different moves to stimulate and relax your baby; using your body as playground for the babies, not only develops your own core strength but enhances baby’s spatial awareness, confidence and muscle tone. Playtime without the toys, tummy time without noise and a strong body for you to see you through these growing years! Tara teaches this fun, stretching and nurturing class for mother& child. Please arrive at least 10 minutes before class, this class is suitable for mothers with babies from 5 weeks upwards.
Focus on restoring pelvic balance, improving posture, feel stronger ; cardio, toning, & stretch challenges circuit stations for mothers . There will be a variety of exercises of varying degree of difficulty so each mother can work at their own pace according to their post natal recovery, age of baby, fitness and energy level etc. There are circuit stations for everyone and ones that you can do with your baby if they are feeling restless, or need a feed. There are baby stations so you can weave your exercises and yoga to your child’s needs and keep them stimulated ( rested) too.
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- What to Expect
- Family Acro Yoga
- Pregnancy Yoga
- Baby Massage
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The classes are around 50 minute, with time before and after to feed your baby and relax.
1st class £5 if pre-booked. £40 for 6 classes ( valid for 2 months) To register please make your booking online using this link.
Parking: there are a few spaces in the front at the rear of the building too but I do mean a few. if you don’t mind a 15 minute there is free parking is at Homebase for 3 hours. Just walk down the Green Way towards town alongside the canal and you will see the Community Centre on your left.
We hop back and forth from mother to child, and finish off with some standing moves with babies under the parachute and then a few pages of the Kingdom of Self esteem poems. Time to socialise and connect with other mums and ask questions.
Mummys Essential Exercises
1. Click on file above for reminders of some of the ME exercises. It is valuable if you can practice them before you come to class. You can start right after birth taking extra care if you have had a difficult labour or any surgery. Please check with your health professional first. Listen to your body and do the ones that feel helpful. Everyone can start the breathing exercises and pelvic floor awareness. Increasing your awareness is the first step in restoring pelvic balance.
2. To start with little & often is best, try the ones you know from class, do them slowly with your breath; inhale on the effort and exhale relaxing into the movement or letting it go.
Pay attention to the position of your feet, and gently press through them to activate your tummy and pelvic floor when sitting and standing especially when picking up the ‘wee ones’. Focus on your breath with awareness on your pelvic floor & inner thighs and tummy.