I already do yoga, is Pilates different?

Joseph Pilates, who developed the Pilates method of exercise was a gymnast, boxer, circus performer and practised yoga, so some of the exercises may be familiar to you if you have practised yoga. However the philosophy behind the exercises is very different. The primary aim of Pilates exercise is to develop a strong central core of muscles around your pelvis and spine. These are the muscles which are under extra pressure during pregnancy and early in the post natal period. Pilates believed that a strong core was essential for efficient movement - and I agree! Pilates exercises can be performed on mats or on Reformer beds - a unique opportunity which also differentiates the two exercise methods.

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Specials & Events

Mother's Group Sessions

Would you like to bring your Mother's group along for a customised class at a time that suits you?

Call us on 9592 2070 or email info@fittodeliver.com.au to lock in a time.

Labour and Birth Skills

If you are between 30 and 38 weeks pregnant come along to our workshops to hear practical advice and practise skills to use during labour and delivery!!

We will focus on using practical, non-invasive, pain management techniques to use during labour.

Classes run approx. every 6 weeks.

Call us on 9592 2070 or email info@fittodeliver.com.au for the next dates.

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