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Prenatal Classes

 

 Le FitPregnancy

"4 Moms 2Be"

 

Our Prenatal FitMom program is designed to strengthen the body for all the changes it will experience during pregnancy. 

 

If you want to enjoy a happy, healthy and safe pregnancy then this is for you. Suitable from early pregnancy all the way to the end of the 3rd trimester.

During the classes we are gonna exercise increasing muscular balance and improving cardiovascular endurance with the guidance and supervision of an specialist. A well-trained pregnant woman goes into labour with an advantage that will help her endure the physical demands of delivery.

 

Women who exercise during pregnancy report an overall feeling of wellness and improved self-esteem. The earlier in your pregnancy you start training, the more benefits you’ll see. Get started now to give yourself and your baby every advantage.

COACHING ON LABOUR & BIRTH FOR COUPLES

(This class is a scheduled workshop. Check in our menu the upcoming events or contact your

us for details.)

 

In this workshop you will learn the most efficient positions for labor & birth guaranteeing a nicer experience. We will practice postures that promote intimacy and relaxation through touch and closeness, helping partners learn to be supportive during labour and delivery.

 

Topics covered will be:

  • Breathing pattern and relaxation skills

  • Stages of labour, delivery and early postpartum.

  • Pain management techniques during contractions and labour.

  • Positions for labor & birth

  • Partner massage and support during the four stages of delivery. And much more

BellyYoga

 

If you're pregnant and looking for ways to relax or stay fit, you might be considering prenatal yoga.

 

Did you know that prenatal yoga might also help you prepare for labor and promote your baby's health?

Much like other types of childbirth-preparation classes, prenatal yoga is a multifaceted approach to exercise that encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing. Research suggests that prenatal yoga is safe and can have many benefits for pregnant women and their babies.

What are the benefits?

  • Improve sleep

  • Reduce stress and anxiety

  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth

  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms, headaches and shortness of breath

Prenatal yoga can also help you meet and bond with other pregnant women and prepare for the stress of being a new parent.

 

Practicing yoga during pregnancy can enhance the union between the mom and the baby through visualization and meditation.

AQUAFITMOM 2BE

 

If you are searching for a safe, low-impact exercise program you can follow all nine months, you should try our AQUAFITMOM Programs. Swimming, water jogging, and aqua aerobics are some of the best exercises to perform while pregnant.

Exercising in water is ideal for pregnant women because the water's buoyancy requires you to support only 50 percent of your body weight, it reduces the risk of stress-related injuries, and the compression of the water is soothing on joints and muscles that are stressed by the added bulk of your pregnancy. The water's temperature also keeps you from overheating during your workout.

  

*Research from New York University indicates that active prenatal women in the 1st trimester reduce the likelihood of miscarriage by up to 40%.

 

Le FitMom recommends that anyone who is pregnant should check with their doctor before engaging in any type of exercise program. Le FitMom advocates exercise during pregnancy. We recognize that there are contraindications to exercise in pregnancy that are outlined by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (A.C.O.G)..

 

 

DO YOU WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT HOW TO HAVE A HEALTHY BIRTH?

here you have some tips:

 

  • Let labor begin on its own 

  • Walk, move around and change positions throughout labor

  • Bring a loved one, friend or doula for continuous support

  • Avoid interventions that are not medically necessary

  • Avoid giving birth on your back and follow your body's urges to push

  • Keep mother and baby together - It's best for mother, baby and breastfeeding