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Hi ladies,

I have put together a prenatal calendar for you to follow during your pregnancy journey. It is so important to fully understand what your body physically needs right now as it goes through so much change and this calendar will help keep you strong, build pelvic stability and prepare you for birth and once bubba has arrived. It is suitable for all stages of pregnancy but specially designed for Trimester 2 and 3 when it is necessary to avoid all abdominal flexion i.e chest lifts / sit ups.

There will be a lot of focus on strengthening your glutes and hamstrings which is so important to support your back when you have a bump and carrying bubba. With the hormone relaxin in your body your pelvis and ligaments loosen so we do a lot of pelvic stability work. We also work on your arms, shoulders and obliques to get you strong for when bubba arrives.

I hope this calendar makes you feel great, you should be so proud of yourself staying active during this very important time in your life. Please email me with questions any time and make you sure you have the go ahead from your doctor to exercise.

Lou x

What to expect

  • The programme is designed to be safe during pregnancy
  • Access to 25 minute (approx.) prenatal videos and a calendar to follow and guide you through which work out to do when
  • Lou’s clear and precise cueing will ensure you are in the correct position for the exercises
  • New videos and calendar released monthly
  • Equipment required: loop bands (light & medium resistance), a pilates small soft ball & a Swiss Ball
  • Sign up for a monthly pass here


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