MHW Prenatal Fitness Classes

Tuesdays at 6:30 pm

Thursdays at 6:00 pm

Location: Studio (474 Klarvatten Lake Wynd, Edmonton)

$110/month (Register for BOTH Tuesday & Thursday)
$60/ month (Register for Tuesdays only)
$60/ month (Register for Thursdays only)

 

The countdown is on until the baby arrives and the excitement and tension are building. Our prenatal fitness classes focus on strength training, light cardiovascular , core stabilization, pelvic floor exercises and relaxation breathing to help you mentally and physically prepare yourself for labour and post-baby. The classes are taught by certified and qualified trainers who have their University degree, are Certified Exercise Physiologists and Pre/Postnatal Fitness Specialists.

Pregnancy education will occur during each class. Topics such as nutrition, sleep, hormone changes, and proper exercises for pregnancy will be discussed! These classes are educational and a great way to meet other mamas to be!!

 

** Modifications are given for each exercise based on the participant's fitness and comfort level **

**Please bring a yoga mat and water bottle to each class**

**PLEASE NOTE: YOUR PARMED-X FOR PREGNANCY FORM MUST BE FILLED OUT BEFORE PARTICIPATING IN THE FITNESS CLASS**

**** TO REGISTER … PLEASE CONTACT US TODAY!! OR SEND AN EMAIL TO 
RACHELLE@MOMENTUMHEALTHANDWELLNESS.CA
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Momentum Health & WellnessThis was my pregnant belly at 27 weeks. I felt really good in my second trimester and I do believe it was from teaching fitness classes and keeping active.


Momentum Health & WellnessThis was my pregnant belly at 36 weeks. One week later, I gave birth to my beautiful daughter Avery.


PRENATAL FITNESS CONSIDERATIONS

  • Consult your health care provider before you exercise. You will need your health care provider to fill out the PARmed – X for Pregnancy Form before you participate in an exercise program. Click Here To Download Form
  • Stay hydrated to prevent overheating
  • Wear comfortable and loose fitting clothing to help regulate your body temperate while you workout
  • Wear comfortable and appropriate exercise footwear
  • Be aware that you might feel off balance while exercising due to the change of your centre of gravity while pregnant

WHEN TO STOP EXERCISING AND CONTACT YOUR HEALTHCARE PROVIDER

  • Spotting or bleeding
  • Decreased fetal movement
  • Uterine contractions
  • Feeling of dizziness
  • Chest pain
  • Shortness of breath