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Commonly Asked Questions About Our Classes

Are the sessions safe during pregnancy?

It’s always best to check with your doctor before starting exercise during pregnancy, however, all the sessions are safe for the prenatal body and are carefully designed by certified and experienced specialists and trainers to help you safely and effectively prepare you body for birth, recovery, and the demands of motherhood.

Can I bring my baby or toddler to the session?

Absolutely! That's what the program is all about - exercising and meeting other mums while your little ones play, explore, and socialize. Feel free to come without your little one as well.

What should I bring to the session?

Comfortable clothing, water, and something to entertain your little one with. The studio provides yoga mats, a changing room, and toilets and toys for your little one.

What happens if I miss a session?

If you miss a session for reasons out of your control (illness, injury, or tragic life event), the missed session will roll over to the following week or month.

If you simply cannot make the class due to schedule changes or general illness, you are welcome to make up for it during any class we offer within the same month.

What fitness level do you need to be at to do this class?

No matter if you’ve never exercised a day in your life or if you are a frequent gym goer, the classes are for every fitness level and are modifiable so that every mama can enjoy them safely and meet their fitness goals effectively. 

Are the exercises safe for early postpartum recovery or if I am experiencing dysfunctions like diastasis?

All of the exercises are safe for postpartum moms. This means we take special consideration for each mom and where she is in her postpartum journey. While we don't do a lot of high impact exercises (aka jumping jacks, burpees etc) we learn how to progress and work up to doing these exercises and knowing if it's safe or not in your body.  This program is specific to restoring weakened and compromised muscles namely the core and pelvic floor - no matter how many months or years postpartum you are. The focus is on strengthening our bodies not only to tone and tighten but also to create physical alignment, reduce pain and weakness, and build confidence while meeting other like-minded moms.

Where are the babies when we’re getting our workout on?

During the class, your little one can lay close beside you, play, socialise and explore the environment, or be held in your arms. Whatever makes you both feel comfortable. 

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