Pregnancy Reformer Pilates
Saturday's at 12.45pm check below for upcoming courses

Pilates is one of the best exercises for women to do before, throughout and after a pregnancy. Regular Pregnancy Pilates throughout and after birth can help you feel and look your best, while simultaneously keeping at bay many pregnancy-related issues such as back pain and incontinence.

  • Our courses are 8 weeks long,
  • They must be prepaid.
  • Course classes are non transferable and non refundable except in certain circumstances. 
  • Class time is Saturday afternoon at 12.45pm
  • €175 for 8 weeks  & space is limited to 6 socially distanced students
    • Saturday 8th September, please call to book 
    • Saturday 31st October, please call to book

Pilates is so beneficial during pregnancy because it improves:

  • Strength
  • Stability
  • Flexibility 
  • Breathing control
  • Spinal mobility
  • Coordination
  • Balance

Improving the strength of the pelvic muscles for pregnancy is important because stronger muscles in the pelvic floor region can mean a more controlled and less tiring labour. By strengthening the core stabilising muscles around the pelvis and spine, and improving the breathing pattern, it is hoped that one can optimise the body for the challenges of childbirth.

The pelvic floor muscles have to work a lot during pregnancy, as these are the muscles which support the weight of the baby. Developing strong pelvic floor muscles through Pregnancy Pilates can help to prevent the not-so-nice experience of urinary incontinence during and after pregnancy.

Regular Pilates practice also helps your body to recover and get back into shape after pregnancy. By keeping the tummy muscles strong throughout pregnancy women find they regain their former strength more quickly after the baby is born.

Sign Up Today For Our Pregnancy Pilates Classes In Maynooth

All courses must be pre-paid. Course classes may not be transferred to another course. 

Upcoming Dates:

11th January 2020 

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