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Pregnancy Circuit Class

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Our pregnancy circuit classes are designed and conducted by skilled Physiotherapists to support the latest recommendations by Sports Medicine Aust and RANCOG (Royal Aust & NZ College of Obstetricians). Pregnant women are advised to accumulate 150-300 min of moderate-intensity physical activity each week and to participate in submaximal strength training. Experiencing pelvic pain, pelvic floor weakness or never participated in regular exercise? No problem! Modifications can be made to support you through your pregnancy. Combine this class with one of our Pregnancy Core & Stretch classes and be well on the way to a healthy pregnancy.
Classes Include:
  • Resistance training designed to tone muscle groups such as the buttocks, thighs, upper back and back of the arms and shoulders.
  • Resistance is provided with light weights, body weight or elasticised resistance-bands for preparation of birth and managing a baby.
  • Moderate intensity cardio moves to improve or maintain fitness
  • Emphasis on posture and techniques to effectively recruit your pelvic floor and deep abdominals in a coordinated pattern with your breathing
  • Develop better awareness on how to limit abdominal muscle separation
  • Careful programming to avoid jarring and twisting movements and repetitive single-sided loading to help prevent or manage pelvic girdle pain
  • Pelvic floor strengthening
Regular exercise in pregnancy has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity, assist with controlling blood pressure, improve body image and reduce back pain.

A telephone screening assessment is required prior to attending your first class. We recommend you discuss your exercise plans with your obstetric team. On occasions, we may require signed consent from your Doctor.
Why not combine this class with our Pregnancy Core & Stretch Class.


Thursday Evenings 5:30 pm


5 Class Pass $100 ($20 / Class)
Valid for 3 months. Credit transferrable to postnatal classes.
Casual $22.50 / Class
More information on exercise in pregnancy guidelines can be found by clicking on the buttons below

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