Ante-natal classes run on Monday afternoon/evening in the pool and a Pilates class online on Tuesday evening and are led by Adeline who is a Chartered and CORU registered physiotherapist with a special interest in Pregnancy/Women’s Health Physiotherapy after working in a Dublin based Maternity Hospital.
Please click on the antenatal form for further details on what the class times are (there are several options) and also to register your interest in joining the class. No information can be given about availability or start dates until this form is completed. There are 2 classes per week. There are no start dates for these classes, it is a rolling programme with availability primarily governed by current mums’ expected dute date’s (EDD).
Once this form is completed you will be automatically sent and information email with in-depth details about the class and a medical assessment form and Covid screening form that you need to complete in advance of booking in with Adeline, once both forms are received, Adeline will call to review forms, arrange a start date and payment.
Cost: €150 for 20 consecutive classes, with 2 classes held each week (pool on Monday and online pilates class on Tuesday), missed classes are not refundable nor transferable. Further info about your class is available here.
Please note that these classes are exercise based and although several aspects of pregnancy, delivery and postnatal care will be discussed, they are not intended to be a replacement for the Hospital based Physiotherapy and Midwifery based education classes.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING ABOUT THE POOL PLEASE CLICK HERE.
To read what others thing about the classes see below.
Contraindications to exercise in Pregnancy list is below.
Guidelines from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecology Exercise in Pregnancy.
Click this link to read the Irish Independent article Exercise in Pregnancy.
Click this link to see article written for the Irish Examiner Moving into Motherhood.
Click on this link to see another article in the Irish Examiner Handle with care.