Article Tag - "postnatal pilates"
Throughout your pregnancy or after birth, you may have experienced SPD aka Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction – A common disorder of the pelvis caused by the body’s inability to adapt to the stretching and loosening of ligaments caused by a hormone which is ultimately designed to support your baby’s gentle growth.
However, some women face difficulty when the joints in the pelvis move unevenly or there has been a change in the way the pelvic joint functions during pregnancy, triggering which experts believe more than 25% of women suffer with, though many remain undiagnosed, SPD.… Read more
Mum & Baby postnatal classes take place at the elbowroom 3 mornings every week.
You can chose from Mum & Baby Yoga or Mum & Baby Pilates. The major difference is that Mum & Baby Yoga features postures and engagement for both mum and baby, while Mum & Baby Pilates is a class just for mums. Baby is cared for, in the same room, as mum is taking her postnatal Pilates class.… Read more
When you become a new mum sleeping, eating and cuddling should be your top priority and not a whole lot else. However, when you’re feeling up to it, you might need to get out and about a little, to keep cabin fever at bay.
Being a new mum is intense. Feeding, changing, second-guessing yourself, worrying, with a large dollop of exhaustion can make a new mum feel a bit frustrated and sometimes even a bit trapped.… Read more