Body Bliss Wellbeing


10 WEEK BLOCK $290
Choose the same specific day/time for  the 10 wk period

MON 5.30-6.30pm with Satoko
WED 5.30-6.30pm with Kirra
 SAT 10.15 - 11.15am with Fernanda

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or call us on 03 9510 8803





Pilates classes are a safe way to exercise during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy. Strengthening the core abdominal muscles and pelvic floor prepares the body for a smooth pregnancy and birth. Our expert Pregnancy Pilates teachers can help make this special time an empowering journey in mind and body.

• Helps maintain and improve the condition of abdominal muscles
• Strengthens pelvic floor muscles
• Relieves strain on joints
• Builds key muscles for rapid recovery
• Increases energy
• Decreases anxiety
• Improves sleep
• Reduces backache
Improves circulation
Pregnant students can attend our specialized Prenatal Pilates Mat Classes or our Prenatal Pilates Studio sessions.

Rest during the first trimester
The changing hormones in the body during this time can make you feel exhausted and nauseous. So even though relaxation techniques will nourish both body and mind, we recommend you wait until the second trimester to exercise.

Practise Pilates during the second trimester
Although the body is changing and expanding, make the most of high energy levels and practise Pilates to benefit you in the following months.

Continue your classes until before birth
You may be heavy and achy but you can rest assured Pilates helps all of the conditions associated with pregnancy by strengthening the central or 'core' muscles, which in turn leads to improved posture, circulation and well-being.

Take up postnatal classes after birth
Women can generally return to Pilates four to six weeks after delivery, or eight to twelve weeks after a Caesarian section. Your doctor will advise you on when your body is ready.


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