Upcoming Term Dates: 26th February (Wed) and 3rd March (Tues)
Tuesdays 7pm (limited spaces still available)
Wednesdays at 6.30pm and 7.30pm (Both Classes full until Easter)
The next term of Pregnancy Pilates commences on 25th/26th February 2020 and is a 6 week course. (Should you wish to join at a later stage in the term, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Alyshia Harte and Lorraine O'Reilly (Chartered Physiotherapists) lead this fun and challenging class through a variety of pregnancy-safe exercises to keep you strong and fit before your baby arrives.
You can also now book a trial class to see if Pregnancy Pilates is for you!
Pregnancy Pilates with a Physiotherapist as class instructor is particularly valuable because we can adapt each exercise according to:
Your stage of pregnancy
Your fitness level
Your own 'weak points' or concerns
Any aches or pains you may be experiencing
What you want to achieve from an exercise class
Your medical & pregnancy history.
Our pregnancy Pilates classes are designed to be challenging but achievable and always safe- you will feel that you are working during the class! We use arm and ankle weights where appropriate, large gym balls, fitness circles and resistance bands. You will be squatting with good techniques as well as learning how to find and activate your pelvic floor.
Each week we discuss and explain a different aspect of body changes in pregnancy- pelvic floor, gluteal strength, tips to avoid pelvic girdle pain, relieving buttock etc so you get some physio advice as well as your Pilates workout. You will be provided with some written exercises to practice at home if you wish to do so.
If you have any questions about starting Pregnancy Pilates with us, one of our Physiotherapists will be happy to speak with you.
You can email us at: or calling us on (01) 607 7104.
*No prior Pilates experience is required for starting Pilates in pregnancy.
*Pregnancy Pilates should only be commenced after Week 12 of your pregnancy.
*Group Pregnancy Pilates Classes are not advisable for multiple pregnancies eg twins.