Being fit and active during pregnancy has well documented benefits for both mom and baby, but knowing how to safely adapt your workouts to your changing body, or knowing where to start if you weren’t particularly active before pregnancy, can be challenging.
As can dealing with the aches and pains that pregnancy typically brings with it and understanding the complexity of the pelvic floor and “those” exercises that your midwife asks you about from time to time.
Take the stress away by joining my pregnancy class, by allowing me to design a bespoke programme for you or by booking in for a massage to relieve your stress and tension.
Either way, you’ll benefit from expert functional training that will help your body to cope with the demands of pregnancy, labour and day-to-day life as a mom.
My specialist pregnancy exercise programmes combine appropriate cardio, strength and conditioning work with stretches and releases to keep you active throughout pregnancy.
Suitable from 12-40 weeks pregnant and for all abilities, my sessions will help your body to cope with the demands of pregnancy, labour and day-to-day life (even if you weren’t particularly active before pregnancy).
And all of my pregnancy clients have a priority place in my schedule and post-natal programmes when little one arrives.
When: Wednesday evenings, 6.30-8pm
Where: Harborne Village Social Club, 3 Serpentine Road, Harborne. B17 9RD
Cost: £60 for each 6-week term (pro-rated if you join partway through). And you're welcome to trial a single class for £10 first to ensure it’s right for you.
(1) Complete your screening questionnaire
(3) make payment for your trial class (or the term if you already know that you want to commit) on receipt of your confirmation.
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1-2-1 personal training
I also offer 1-2-1 personal training for those of you that would prefer to have a bespoke programme designed around your fitness and needs. Or, for those of you that can’t make classes because of existing commitments / lack of childcare.
Personal training clients also benefit from a detailed initial consultation, guidance on nutrition & self care and email and phone support outside of the sessions. Plus there is always the opportunity to substitute a personal training session for a massage session (with sufficient warning) to help relieve aches and pains or to just help you relax.
Where: your home / mine / in a mutually agree outside space
When: subject to my availability, which tends to be weekday daytimes (excluding Friday)
Cost: £40 per hour.
Please get in touch to discuss your needs.
If you're looking for a restorative & soothing, yet results focused massage click here for further details and my live booking system.
Blogs & recommendations
Several of my clients talk about the benefits of staying active during pregnancy with Birmingham Women's Hospital midwife Shantelle.
I didn’t exercise regularly pre-pregnancy so I was worried if I would cope. But I did cope, and I felt my strength and fitness building up week by week, despite getting more and more pregnant! I had a good delivery and I do credit Kerry for helping to prepare me physically for that. She’s an absolute superstar!
The perfect combination between manageable exercise and socialising with tonnes of opportunities to ask all of my silly first time mum questions and make really valuable friendships that have supported me throughout pregnancy and those first few months (which are tough!)
For someone who has never really done classes for anything before, I really feel these classes have improved my fitness, confidence and generally lifted my mood. Kerry is absolutely brilliant and the classes cover more than just fitness - I’ve learned loads about labour, birth plans and general motherhood.
Kerry is a great motivator and definitely cares about the wellness of her clients, couldn’t ask for someone more committed.
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