Returning To Exercise After Having A Baby

Returning To Exercise After Having A Baby

Posted on behalf of Laura Morgan-Knight

Come & join Laura Morgan-Knight from Mums Who Move for an hours workshop, to find out how to safely return to exercise once you've had a baby.

Who will benefit from this workshop?**

- ALL MUMS! Whether you've had a baby a few weeks, months or years ago, this workshop covers a range of useful information that all Mums will benefit from knowing about & can implement into their own exercise regime straight away.

- If you are a new Mum & you're confused about what you can/can't do in terms of exercsie after having a baby & are therefore hesitant/nervous to start any, then this workshop will help put you at ease & provide you with the confidence you need to move forwards in your recovery.

- Have you already returned to exercise but aren't sure if you're doing the right thing because no one has ever told you? Then come along & have any questions answered & put your mind at rest.

- Are you exercising regularly & doing the same type of exercise you were doing pre pregnancy but not seeing the results you wanted? Learn why this might be & what other stratergies you can put into place to help you move forwards towards your goals.

- Are you a Mum to be & want to be prepared for your recovery & learn what stratergies you can put in place to allow a safe return to exercsie? Then this workshop will also be of benefit to you.

- Have you returned to running but things 'down there' aren't feeling how they should do? Leaking, feeling a heaviness or discomfort is very common but certainly not normal. Learn how you can help improve these symptoms. 

What will this workshop cover?

After attending this workshop, you will walk away buzzing full of knew knowledge including:

- What a Diastasis Recti is, why it happens, how it can be managed & the things you can do/avoid to help it improve. 

- What Intra Abdominal Pressure (IAP) is & how our recovery can be delayed if we don't manage this pressure.

- How the way you breath can effect your recovery & prevent you from moving forwards. 

- How to correctly perform a kegel & incorporate it into your eveyday life.

- How to lift correctly which will help to protect both your pelvic floor & Diastasis Recti 

- When you can safely return to exercise following a natural labour/c-section & what type of exercise you should start with. 

- How to progress & more importantly, know when you are ready to progress.

- When you can safely start running again according to the latest research.

- The importance of nutrition & how it can help aid recovery, Diastasis Recti, imporve pelvic floor health & imporve weight loss. 

- Why imporving your posture plays a key role in any exercise programme.

- How massage & release work can help improve posture, Diastasis Recti & c-section scars.

- What Holistic Core Restore ® programmes are available through Mums Who Move & which one is the best one for you perosnally to start with. 

- What a Women's Health Physio is, what they do & why I recommend any woman who has given birth to see one. 

- What to look for in a trainer when signing up to a post natal exercise class to ensure that you are in safe hands.

Above all, no matter where you are in your post natal recovery/motherhood journey, you will walk away with a plan of action that you can start imminently, with confidence, to help you achieve your goals. 

Extra special touches:

- Find out if you have a Diastasis Recti with my FREE tummy check after the presentation has finished (please book when purchasing your ticket).

- Refreshments will be provided. 

- Babies are welcome & of course it is a breast feeding friendly zone :-)

- Every Mum who attends the workshop will receive a special offer to spend on any Holistic Core Restore ® programme provided by Mums Who Move. 


**This workshop is for non fitness professionals. If you work in the fitness industry then please contact me directly if you would like to connect.

18 Jul 2019 at 10:30am
until 18 Jul 2019 at 11:30am
Newcourt Community Centre
Blakeslee Drive

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