Prenatal Pregnancy Pilates Classes in Hong Kong
Workout Safely During Pregnancy
Prenatal exercise is extremely beneficial, and Prenatal Pilates at Iso Fit in Central is the perfect workout for pregnant mothers-to-be. Safe, fun and effective to make sure you stay fit and prepare your body for pregnancy. There are many benefits in practicing Pilates during pregnancy. Expectant mothers benefit can expect to:
- Strengthen the lower abdominal region to support the growing baby and thereby alleviate lower back pain;
- Tone the pelvic floor muscles in preparation for delivery (and aid in recovery);
- Develop an awareness of deep breathing to assist movement, are some of the many benefits.
Why Pregnancy Pilates?
Dawnna Wayburne, Education Director at Iso Fit says: "Pilates routines are ideal for building both the strength and stamina, which a mother will need in labour and delivery. As the expectant mother starts to get larger, Pilates helps not only to support the weight of the baby but also with both balance and flexibility. We generally adapt exercises during the course of the pregnancy to ensure the expectant mother is getting the most from the workout. The other great thing about Pilates is that it can also help to relieve lower back pain, energize the body to fight tiredness as well as help control focus and breathing.
"Unless otherwise advised by their doctor, women can continue with their Pilates routines after the first trimester all the way up until birth. After delivery, we normally advise new mums to wait six weeks until they get back to the mat or reformer. They can then start rebuilding the muscles that were weakened with the weight of pregnancy and the stress of giving birth . We see mothers getting back into shape in no time."
Make a booking today
The smart choice for your body. Iso Fit has provided much needed physical support for many women during this transformational period. For more information on our classes, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Central location over the phone on +852 2869 8630. You can also send us your questions via email at [email protected] and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Clients should consult their physician before commencing a new exercise regime during pregnancy.