Buggyfit is an outdoor, all weather Postnatal Fitness Programme for mammas and their little ones.
Buggyfit classes are suitable for all and are an hour long, and usually involve a 3 – 5 mile route in a circuit style format with specific exercises that help to repair those areas affected by pregnancy and childbirth, as well as rebuild strength and fitness too.
Classes are developed by our postnatal specialist trainers to suit whatever stage you are at postnatally. Every exercise can be adapted to suit your own specific needs and journey. The class is suitable to start from 6 weeks Post Natal following a natural delivery and from 8 weeks if you are a C-Section mammas, but this does vary person to person. Each postnatal journey is different!
We have classes starting October 2020 in the Central Belt area - Auchterarder, Blackford, Dunblane, Bridge of Allan & Stirling.
Prices: £7 pay as you go, £26 for 4 sessions (valid over a 6 week period) or £48 for 8 sessions (valid over a 10 week period).
Register your interest for classes below:
Hi, I'm Zara
I'm your Postnatal PT!
I am an advanced postnatal fitness specialist, Pilates instructor, personal trainer and all round postnatal geek. I am mamma bear to two (not so) tiny humans.
I like long walks to the fridge, running, exercising for joy as well as necessity, food, wine and Amazon Prime.
My credentials/qualifications include:
* Personal Trainer
* Pilates Instructor
* Pre/Postnatal Trainer
* JMG Postnatal Academy Graduate
* JVP Postnatal Workshop
* GP Exercise Referral
* Group Exercise
* Life Experience
* too many articles, studies, research papers read and digested to include!
I like to think that when you train with me, you are in great hands.
Frequently asked questions
When can I start?
You can join a Buggyfit class as soon as you have had your GP check (usually at 6 weeks postnatal for a natrual delivery, 8 weeks for a C-Section mamma), and tyou have been cleared to exercise.
What type of Buggy do I need?
You don’t need a specific pram or buggy, we ensure the Buggyfit classes are suitable for all of you.
What should I wear?
What if it rains?
What should I bring with me?
Drink for mummy and baby.
What should I do to prepare for a class?
If possible, feed baby before coming to class, this means baby isn’t hungry and you can get an hour for YOU. If you’re breastfeeding this also ensures you are more comfortable to exercise.