Postnatal Exercise eBook:
How to Return to Workouts Effectively After Babies
• Restore your Pelvic Floor & Abdominal strength
• Ease lower back & pelvic pain
Six progressive full body Pilates workouts that will safely reconnect you with your core and strengthen your pelvic floor and abdominals (even if you have Diastasis Recti). Safe to begin in the early postnatal period.
PDF eBook to help you lose your baby weight and shape your body whilst maintaining enough calories to safely feed your little one and have the energy to be a great mum!
I can't say enough good things about this programme. My lower back no longer aches at the end of the day, I don't leak if I sneeze and this has done more to flatten my tummy than all the dieting I've been doing so far. Who knew such simple moves could make such a difference.
Having required physio post-pregnancy, I found Emma's ability to adapt moves, and even recommendations for home practice, excellent. Emma has in-depth ante-natal and postpartum training so however pregnancy has affected you physically, she's probably heard of it and can help.
Emma is highly qualified, motivated, enthusiastic, encouraging, also regularly up-skilling, training and sharing her new knowledge or moves. I really feel the benefit for days afterwards!
I am Emma McAtasney, founder of a boutique Pilates studio in Dundalk, Ireland. BASI trained Pilates instructor, BarreConcept instructor and prenatal and postnatal exercise specialist.
I developed the Body After Baby Core Restore Programme with the aim of helping women with diastasis recti and pelvic floor issues get back into shape after pregnancy!
I love working with successful, courageous women from all over the world – like yourself – to give you clear, applicable information, support you in truly creating core strength, fall in love with your strong and healthy body and focus on living your best life!
Together, let’s create a lifestyle that gives us health and happiness for a lifetime!
An exercise mat, a small hand towel or squishy ball and a band or pair of tights.
No physical product is shipped and you get immediate online access. You will be sent a unique username and password to access the member's area immediately upon purchase.
You can use ANY computer, tablet or phone. Just login, pick a workout, and get moving! You can use something like ChromeCast to watch it on your TV.
You should wait a minimum of 6 weeks following a vaginal birth without complications, and at least 10 weeks following a c-section or any birth complications, before commencing the more intense workouts. These workouts are introduced in Week 3, so you will simply stay on the first 2 weeks of core restoration until you are ready.
Seek medical approval from your doctor before starting any exercise programme after childbirth.
Pelvic floor strengthening exercises are very successful at improving stress urinary incontinence! Women who do high-intensity sports with impact are at risk of experiencing stress incontinence and research indicates that pelvic floor strengthening exercises are important to include as a part of a training programme.
Absolutely yes! If you are over 55yrs you want to give yourself extra time- our cellular turnover (where our cells make a copy of themselves, rebuild and repair tissue) isn't as fast so the results typically take a bit longer. I think it is super helpful to know that at the beginning so you aren't discouraged if you don't see changes right away!
Due to the nature of instant downloads, all orders are final and non-refundable. If you have any issues, do contact me and I will try my best to resolve them.
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I am currently due our first child in August. My classes will be finishing on July 27th (all going well). Dismiss