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Enduring labor and giving birth is like running a marathon, so it's important to prepare your body for that day in the same way you would prepare for a marathon. Research has found that appropriate exercises are completely safe and very beneficial for both mom and baby. Whether you're currently active or just wanting to begin an enjoyable exercise program to have a healthy pregnancy, I'm here to help you learn how to safely remain active during these precious 9 months! 

My goal is to provide fun and enjoyable training sessions by incorporating

light resistance exercises, light-intensity cardio circuits, core strengthening exercises,

as well as ballet movements that gently strengthen your muscles!  

Focus of Prenatal

Training Program


  • Maintain fitness and health

  • Prepare the body and mind for labor

  • Corrective exercises

  • Diaphragmatic breathing

  • Strengthening and dynamic stretching exercises

  • Prevent excessive weight gain

  • Prevent and/or reduce back pain and any other body aches

  • Reduce stress 

  • Learn techniques for increased postpartum recovery

Benefits of Exercise During Pregnancy

  • Improved weight management

  • Decreased chance of Diastasis Recti 

  • Reduced incident of Gestational Diabetes 

  • Reduced incident of Preeclampsia 

  • Reduced back pain

  • Improved fetal development in utero and throughout life

  • Increased chances for a faster labor

  • Decreased chances for medical interventions during labor

  • Increased energy

  • Improved psychological well-being



35% decrease

in need for

pain relief

55% decrease

in need for episiotomy

75% decrease

in need for


75% decrease

in exhaustion during labor

50% decrease

in need to stimulate labor

50% decrease

in need to artificially break the amnionic sac

Exercising Through Your Pregnancy (2002), Dr. James F Clapp III.

If you are interested in beginning the Prenatal Training program, please speak with your midwife/obstetrician about your health and any contraindications that may prevent you from exercising. To ensure the safety of both you and your baby, all prenatal clients are required to have clearance from their doctor if they wish to participate in the program. Please print the PARmed-X for Pregnancy and have the form completed by you and your doctor before beginning the training program.

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