Ante and Post natal activities

Being fit and healthy is a big part of modern day life. Exercise as we know holds many benefits, this is no different during pregnancy – in fact the benefits are higher. Exercise during pregnancy has found to:

  • Reduce the risk of pregnancy complications.
  • Lowers the odds of delivery complications.
  • Boost your mood.
  • Lower blood pressure.
  • Ease back and pelvic pain.
  • Improve sleep.

All of the above doesn’t end with keeping your own body in good health. Our Ante & Post natal activities will in fact help have a healthy newborn. This can be from reducing the odds of diabetes, boast brain health and have a fitter, healthier heart. We now have instructors on site who are qualified in Pre and Post Natal care. This means we are adding Ante & Post natal activities to our already varied programme.

Pre and Post natal circuit class/Buggy push (Spring/Summer)

Monday 10:15-11:00am

Tuesday 14:00 -15:00pm

A circuit based class using balls, bands and optional hand weights aimed at post natal women. Your baby (up to 9 months) can come along too, in either a pushchair or car seat.

Click here to view Ripley Leisure Centre's pre and post natal classes

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