It’s no secret that as women, our bodies go through some pretty significant changes during pregnancy. Beyond just the physical and outward changes, there’s also a lot happening on the inside of your body both during and after pregnancy.
Exercise during pregnancy and postpartum has incredible benefits including:
However, due to all of the hormonal changes that occur during pregnancy and postpartum, it’s so important to ensure you’re exercising safely, in a way that’s appropriate for you in order to reduce the risk of injury and complications.
That’s where our amazing Ashleigh Mason comes in. With a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy and further studies in pre and postnatal Pilates and pregnancy health, Ash is hands down one of the best in the business. Which is why we asked this extremely passionate and talented superwoman to review and approve every single movement within KICBUMP – our pre and postnatal Pilates program! Now you can feel comfortable and confident knowing that each exercise has Ash’s tick of approval!
Ash absolutely loves running workshops for pregnant & postpartum women, and thrives when she’s educating and empowering women to feel strong & confident in their own bodies. She is passionate about holistic healthcare and has trained with Beautiful You Coaching Academy as a health & mindset coach, which she utilises regularly in her practice. When she’s not Kic’ing it, you can find Ash working her magic at Upwell Health Collective in Melbourne.
Thank you for being a part of the Kic Squad Ash!
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Postnatal Pilates is a supportive practise to help you reconnect with your body. Our KICBUMP program will help you restore your core and pelvic floor from the deepest muscle layers out, and rebuild your strength from head to toe with graduated supportive movements.
Navigating what you can and can’t do during pregnancy can be really overwhelming. There is so much information out there and more often than not, it’s conflicting or outdated. Keeping fit and healthy was a priority for me throughout my entire pregnancy, but like all expectant mums, the safety of my baby was always front […]