Pilates

What is Pilates | Pre and Post Natal Pilates | Pilates for Loss Mums

 

What is Pilates? Pilates is an exercise system developed by Joseph Pilates to strengthen muscles, increase flexibility, and improve overall health, it focuses on engaging the body with the mind. Pilates can be performed both indoors and outdoors.


FitBod Mat Pilates – specific emphasis on mind and body “fit body fit mind”, breathing, concentration, strength, flexibility, whole body movement, relaxation, centering and core control.

 

Pre and Post Natal Pilates

Mat Pilates – Helps in mobility pre and post pregnancy and is important for overall health and wellbeing by maintaining a healthy lifestyle for both mum and baby. Physical changes take place during pregnancy so its advisable to get good advise on exercise during this time. I am a qualified Pre and Post Natal Pilates Instructor, I have worked with mums before and after birth, I myself have had two babies. One was a C Section of which is important to know after care for the body.

Once your baby is born you should start to do gentle, simple exercises to help the body after birth. Depending on the type of delivery, it is advisable to get good advise, pilates is a safe gentle way to move after the babys birth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Group sessions: Seamus Ennis Centre, Naul Pilates Friday Mornings 9:30am Advanced Class 10:30am Beginners Class Seamus Ennis Centre Website 

PILATES FOR LOSS PARENTS 1 JULY @ IVEAGH GARDENS 11 AM

Feileacain and FitBod have joined together to offer loss mums a Gentle Pilates Class, the class will be a safe, quiet place for mums who have lost babies to go where they can feel comfortable with their post natal body. I will teach a gentle, relaxing Pilates class suitable for all levels of fitness. I am a loss mum, I lost my baby in last year, although I am a fitness trainer, I am aware of the emotional and physical effects of giving birth to a sleeping baby. This class will offer mums a safe place to go where we can all move, breath, stretch, and mostly feel free with other mums who have experienced a loss.