Fitness classes and Running

Classes for mums run by mum.

Beginners running course

Upcoming dates: 

Spring 2023

Mondays 10:00 – 10:45

Thursdays 11:30 – 12:15

Place: Preston Park & Queens Park (parking available)

This 6 week running course is ideal for those who want to start running and have done no running at all or for those who want to return back to running after having a baby. Training course that will help you to build confidence and patience; aerobic fitness and runners strength to prevent injuries. Course that will make running a habit you won`t want to let go!
During this course you will learn how to warm up for a run; proper running gait; different types of running; strength training and cool down stretching. After this course you will be able to run 5km continuously.
No need for a childcare, come and run with your little one (only if they are over 6 months) in a buggy or come on your own if they are at the nursery or school.

What`s included in this course:

*2 weekly guided group runs over 6 weeks
*Digital training plan
*Strength training on Zoom Wednesday 7am
*WhatsApp support group
*Group Park Run at the end of the course

**You should always consult your healthcare provider before beginning any fitness program.

Runners Strength

Wednesdays ZOOM 07:00 – 07:30

Want to improve your running performance? Join our 30 minutes strength class, as part of Beginners running course. We will work on your core strength, balance movements and single leg exercises. No equipment needed to take part. All you need is an internet connection and a smart device to join.

Mum Fitness

Fridays PRESTON park 12:00 – 12:45

Outdoor fitness class for mums to be, mums with their babies, toddlers and kids.

Workout that will boost your fitness levels and strength using various fitness equipment.

Suitable for all fitness levels and mums to be. I`m Pre & Post natal specialist, mum myself, and I will adapt exercises safely to mums to be. Why wait to meet new mama friends, come along and meet them now.

Benefits of postpartum exercise:

Improves sleep, mood and energy levels.

Relieves stress.

Aids the return to normal weight.

Helps to strengthen and tone abdominal muscles and encourages pelvic floor awareness.

Helps to correct your posture.

Increases body awareness and improved self image.

Connect with your baby through exercises.

P.S. Please, bring your own yoga mat.

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Brighton Jubilee Library (meet outside)

First Monday of the month (unless BH) 12:00 – 13:00

The #WalkAndTalk aim is to:

Get parents talking about mental health, sharing their parenthood experiences (good and bad) and removing stigma.

Raise awareness of mental health problems, including Baby blues and Postpartum depression.

Support parents to be physically active through walking.

We will meet each week for an hour walk covering approximately 3 miles/5km. Come with or without the little one in a buggy or sling. Grab a cuppa and lets walk 🙂

We start and finish walk at the library. There are changing facilities and toilets inside the library.

It is free to attend but please book, so I can contact you, in case the event is cancelled.

“I look forward to this class every Friday! A really friendly class which you can adapt depending on your level and what point you are getting back to exercise after having a baby. I started when my baby was about 4 / 5 months old and he is just over one now and very active but he loves playing with the other babies while I have a chance to workout – win win!

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