For more information, locations & bookings please contact Debbie Howells
Mobile: 07779 029664 : Email:
Ante Natal workout: A complete exercise, toning and relaxation programme for pregnancy. Classes are suitable throughout pregnancy, and any contra-indications/ cautions will be discussed on enquiry (screening).
Post Natal mum and baby workout: Return to fitness with these structured and interactive exercises that increase all over body strength and tone after your baby's birth, including safe abdominals, back and pelvic floor.
Classes are an hour long, and run as a flexible block of 7 classes on a continuous rolling programme throughout the year.
We also produce up to date information as A5 booklets on various related topics and services to add education and enhance your pregnancy and post natal exercise experience.
We have a number of classes running across Poole and Bournemouth. Current venues ;-
Village hotel Bournemouth, ante natal, Wednesday 7:30-8:30pm
Littledown Centre Bournemouth, post natal mum and baby Friday 11.20am - 12.20pm
BMI Harbour hospital Poole, ante natal, Thursday 7:30-8:30pm
"I really enjoyed the ante natal classes. Definately helped me keep fit and supple and I think instrumental in helping with labour. Great to meet other mums to be that I have kept in touch with now baby is born"
Julie and Martha
" Really helped me stay strong and mobile through till the end of pregnancy and aided post natal recovery. Felt good endorphin release and great for relaxation too"
"Attending post natal classes I am amazed at how much fun my 18 week old baby gets from the classes copying floor exercises and watching me work out. All classes are very sociable and its nice to feel normal again. Thank you."
Karen and Dylan
"The ante natal classes were a great way to discuss pregnancy with others in same situation without boring people! (whilst exercising safely and keeping fit too!) and post natal classes are a win-win option - I win as a mum getting back into shape whilst meeting other mums and Marcus just loves being in the presence of other babies"
Debbie and Marcus