Our sessions are carefully programmed depending on your perinatal stage.
Are you pregnant? Alleviate back pain and abdomen pressure with our SuperBellies group classes.
Just became a mum? The SuperMums group class helps you to get back moving and initiates you in recuperating your pelvic floor.
Are you recovered from giving birth and are active? Join us at WonderWomums for energetic fitness sessions and pelvic floor toning with Low Pressure Fitness exercising.
Do you care about your pelvic floor? Then the dedicated Low Pressure Fitness sessions are right for you!
And remember, your baby is always welcome to any of the sessions!
GET READY FOR YOUR BABY
WHAT IS IT?
Soft and safe prenatal gym classes, adapted for each stage of pregnancy that will allow you to be in shape when time comes to give birth. Remember that it will be like a competition, you need strength, endurance and a flexible pelvis in order for the birth channel to open up easily.
HOW DO WE DO IT?
One hour sessions of a combination of the best exercises for you:
Low Pressure Fitness, the best postural discipline to relax the diaphragm and give the baby more space and to avoid back pain. It also helps reduce the pressure on the pelvic floor.
Light aerobic exercises
Stretching and pelvis and hip opening exercises, to improve flexibility
Pregnant women in all trimesters as long as they have their gynecologist’s consent to perform soft gym. In the group classes the exercises will be adapted to each participant’s needs, bearing in mind their pregnancy month.
Control weight gain during pregnancy
Prevent pregnancy diabetes and hypertension
Reduce back muscle pain
Prepare your body for giving birth
Train your pelvic flexibility to favour labour
Reeducate your pelvic floor and your perineum with Kegel exercises
Postnatal training program composed of soft gym exercises, ideal to recover your shape and figure faster after giving birth, with the help of Low Pressure Fitness and hypopressive exercises, as well as aerobic and toning up.
HOW DO WE DO IT?
One hour sessions, once or twice a week depending on the location, where we will do:
Low Pressure Fitness, way more than just hypopressive exercises, is the best method to reduce diastasis recti, place your organs back where they should be and strengthen your pelvic floor.
Low impact muscle toning
For all women that wish to get in shape with soft fitness and specifically exercise their abdomen and pelvic floor. This program is ideal for:
New mums: 6 weeks after normal birth or 8 weeks after C-section with your doctor’s consent.
Women who would like to start exercising.
Women who want to be in shape and train their pelvic floor in order to avoid urinary incontinence and prolapses.
Lose weight and recover your figure
Reeducate your abdomen and correct the diastasis recti produced by pregnancy
Fitness for active women who besides being in shape take care about their pelvic health. Higher intensity classes for sporty mums or mums who have already recovered after pregnancy, with or without their babys (as of 6 months old). Intense sessions which combine aerobic and cardio exercises with muscle toning and Low Pressure Fitness which will help you reeducate your pelvic floor and abdomen while you burn many calories.
HOW DO WE DO IT?
One hour classes with aerobic exercises in easy choreographies, combined with
Toning in interval training (HIIT, Tabata…)
¡Get ready to sweat!
Sporty mums or mums already recovered from pregnancy with or without their babies (as of 6 months old)
Sporty mums who wish to stay in shape
SuperMums atendees ready for the next level
Active women that wish to improve their physical condition, burn fat and reduce their waistline while they take care of their baby and train their pelvic floor.
Improve your physical condition
Reeducate your abdomen and correct diastasis recti
Reduce your waistline perimeter
Recuperate your perineum
Establish a healthy and sporty relationship with your child
Mums that need to train their abdomen and pelvic floor
Women with urinary incontinence problems and/or prolapses
Men with hernia problems due to diastasis recti or who suffer of prostate or urinary incontinence
People who perform high impact sports that subject their pelvic floor to a lot of pressure, which makes them prone to urinary incontinence, prolapses and hernias (Crossfitters, runners, gymnasts, dancers, weightlifters…)
People with depression or prone to mood changes
People who suffer constipation
Anyone who would like to start practicing a healthy sport