WELLNESS FOR MAMAS
Eat well. Move well. Live well.
What People Say
Every class with Gayle is a little different, she takes time and effort to plan her lesson each week and modifies the exercises to suit different type of students (pregnant mums or postnatal mums trying to get back in shape). Even though the classes are conducted via Zoom, it’s easy to follow her instructions and I look forward to my weekly class with her! I recommended some friends to Gayle and they were happy with her services too.
For prenatal and postnatal mamas; and for employee wellness.
GET STRONG, NEW MAMA
Taught by a prenatal and postnatal coach, certified with STOTT Pilates, the Girls Gone Strong Academy and Precision Nutrition.
For every mama, the first 90 days postpartum is a critical period for recovery, and restoring your body to its former strength and function.
Through online training sessions weekly, find out all about how you can safely ease yourself back into exercise, through re-connecting to your core and pelvic floor; and functional training that will help you with lifting and carrying your growing baby day in and out.
Also learn about postpartum conditions such as incontinence, symphysis pubis dysfuction, and diastasis recti (see image) - the separation of the abdominal muscles which takes place during pregnancy - and what you can do to improve your condition. These issues continue to plague some mamas past the first 90 days, so it's never too late to start even if you are a year postpartum.
Come along with me as I share the recovery routine that helped me shed the 17kg I put on, as well as eventually closing the gap for my own diastasis recti which started out at three fingers' width.
LUNCHTIME PILATES CLASSES FOR YOUR EMPLOYEES
The mind-body connection for our well-being
Join us for our online sessions during lunchtime. Each session takes only 45 mins, and will bring you through a full-body workout with a mix of Pilates matwork, functional movements and strength training.
Exercise is well known to stimulate the body to produce endorphins and enkephalins, the body’s natural feel-good hormones which can make problems seem more manageable. Research has shown that even small improvements in exercise levels or lifestyle diet can create a positive upward spiral that increases the sensitivity of the dopamine receptors that signal reward. ~ Psychology Today
LIFESTYLE WELLNESS & NUTRITION
Online coaching served anytime, anywhere
We have specially curated online programmes to kickstart your employees' wellness journey - be it for mental wellness, establishing good nutritional habits, to helping new mothers cope with their new roles in life.