Post-Natal Telehealth Pilates (now available for you at home)
As a new mother it can be hard to find time for yourself amongst the adjustment to new routines and sleeplessness. One of the last things that you can find the time to do is exercise. Post-Natal exercise is an important part of the post-natal recovery period and has been found to help reduce the chances of obesity, help increase strength and endurance for the tasks of mothering, assist with preventing lactation related bone density loss and improve general mood.1
One of the challenges postnatally, other than finding the time to exercise, is ensuring that exercise is completed safely. A recent article published by the British Journal of Sports Medicine suggested that up to 56% of new mothers have some form of pelvic organ prolapse between 3-6 months postnatally1 and 15-30% of first time mothers report urinary incontinence post birth.2 Both of these issues that can be aggravated by an accelerated return to exercise without appropriate…
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