9:15- 10 am
10:15 – 11 am
Location: Lago Lindo Park
Parking: (Lago Lindo Crescent and 168 ave).
**Normally we would meet at the beginning of the walking path and walk as a group to the open green space. Due to COVID19, I am asking all moms to distance themselves at least 2m from each other as they walk to the open field. We will MEET AT THE FIELD at the start of class**
Monday: $56.25 (5 classes in June)
Wednesday: $45 (4 classes)
Monday & Wednesday : $80 (9 classes)
In accordance to AHS and the Government of Alberta:
- I will have hand sanitizer on site ( please bring your own as well.)
- There will be no partner workouts during this time.
- We will space ourselves out at least 2m apart during our workouts.
- There will be a max of 15 moms in attendance during my outdoor fitness class
- For the month of June, only babies in strollers are going to be permitted for the Stroll it Out class. I am sorry to leave out moms who have toddlers and want to join my class. At this time, I am considering the safety of all participants, children included, and feel that it will be harder to keep the toddlers apart from one another.
- Wearing a mask is not mandatory for my workout, but if you feel more comfortable wearing them, please do so.
Please keep checking back, as I am hoping I can include everyone in my classes starting in July!
IF YOU HAVE ANY SYMPTOMS of COVID19, please stay home and do not attend classes. This includes: cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat, or shortness of breath.
This postnatal fitness strollercise class is designed to get your heart pumping and muscles burning while you enjoy the outdoors with your baby or children! We don’t run with the strollers, but do a variety of cardiovascular activities to get our heart rates elevated. We also do resistance training, core stability and pelvic floor exercises that are specific to postnatal women.
Exercises are shown with different intensities so you can get the most out of your own workout! This workout is safe for all fitness levels and postpartum women.
Our postnatal fitness classes are taught by a certified and qualified instructor who has their BSc. Kinesiology, CSEP – Clinical Exercise Physiologist and is a Pre/Postnatal Fitness Specialist.
YOUR CHILD or CHILDREN are WELCOME in class! There is lots of room for the little ones to run around while you workout!
**Please do not bring an umbrella stroller to use for this class **
**Please bring a yoga mat and water bottle to each class**
** Class will be cancelled if there are poor weather conditions. Classes are non – refundable due to being cancelled by weather. A home workout will be sent to you via email if the class is cancelled due to poor weather.
** Classes are non – refundable if you cancel or no-show**
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Stroll it Out
BENEFITS OF TAKING A CLASS BIWEEKLY
Some exercise is better than no exercise, but more is generally better. Improving your overall health, decreasing the risk of heart disease and other health problems, improving your sex life, boosting your energy, reducing stress and losing weight are just to name a few of the benefits of exercising and eating healthy. It is recommended for adults to exercise at least 150 minutes at a moderate- to- vigorous intensity of aerobic physical activity per week and to include resistance training at least 2 times per week. www.csep.ca/guidelines
In order for you to achieve your fitness and wellness goals and gain health benefits, you need to stay physically active and eat properly. If you are currently sedentary, it’s not too late to get active and start an activity that you enjoy! By signing up in a fitness class at least 2 times a week, you will create a routine, be held more accountable, be more motivated, and you will see results a lot sooner. It’s time to invest in your health and register in a class at Momentum Health & Wellness! Please consult with your health care provider before you start a new exercise program.
POSTNATAL FITNESS CONSIDERATIONS
- Consult your health care provider before you participate in a postnatal exercise program. When you start back into an exercise program, start back at an intensity that both you and your health care provider feel is appropriate for you.
- Staying hydrated – especially if you are breast feeding
- Knowing your limits.
- Wear comfortable and loose fitting clothing to help regulate your body temperate while you workout
- Wear comfortable and appropriate exercise footwear