Every Friday 9.30am-10.30am
Westminster Gym Studio, 1 Canon Row
These are open to staff at Westminster, including staff of MPs.
6 weekly classes cost £24 or a course of 10 weekly sessions cost £40.00. First class is free!
What can I expect?
Exercise during pregnancy is important as it helps assist the expectant mother’s health throughout their pregnancy. This class will offer a safe environment, under the guidance of a qualified instructor. You will be guided through stretching and relaxation, strength and cardiovascular conditioning.
The class will run for 1 hour. The beginning of the class will allow for a 10 minute health screening. Please stay after the class for refreshments.
Exercising while Pregnant FAQ
Can I attend if I’m heavily pregnant?
Until your tenth week of pregnancy, you can attend regular classes, but you must inform the teacher, as some poses should be avoided. Between 10 and 14 weeks, you shouldn’t attend classes, however experienced you are.
Do I need prior experience?
If you are from 14 to 28 weeks pregnant, you do not need to have previous exercise experience before. After 28 weeks, you can only join classes if you have prior exercise experience.
What else should I bear in mind?
If you have any existing medical condition (knee pain, neck pain, high blood pressure etc) you should consult your doctor before attending the class. If you have a health problem, come 5-10 minutes early to talk to Tania the instructor before the class.
If your baby is in an unusual position, you must inform the instructor before taking part in the class.
What should I wear to class?
You should wear comfortable loose clothing that allows teachers to see your body, including your feet and legs. Most students wear leggings or shorts.
When should I stop practising?
Most women can practise up to the last week of their pregnancy.
To book a place please contact: Jo Fletcher x2948 or email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Westminster Gym and the House of Commons Nursery