Prenatal Pilates

Pilates is recognized as the most effective postpartum recovery exercise. The benefits of Pilates for postpartum recovery are to promote early recovery of the uterus and related reproductive organs.

Prenatal Exercises

Prenatal Pilates

At CB Femi’s Health, our Prenatal Pilates is an exercise designed specifically for pregnant women. It not only helps moms to have a smooth delivery, but also has a significant effect on postpartum recovery. Today, Prenatal Pilates combines the flexibility of the East and the strength of the West, with elements of yoga, qigong, boxing, gymnastics and dance, as well as a series of humane improvements. It helps to eliminate discomfort during pregnancy, ease the delivery process, and restore the body with strength after delivery.

Prenatal Exercises

Are prenatal exercises important?

As people are becoming increasingly conscious about personal health, prenatal and postnatal exercise began to pay more attention. Usually mothers-to-be will eat a lot during pregnancy in order to strengthen nutrition, but while enjoying happiness they will also face the pain of losing their body shape, in fact, they want to recover their body shape as soon as possible after giving birth, not only the exercise exercise after giving birth, some experts point out that if scientific exercise is carried out before giving birth, it will have a better effect on smooth production and postnatal body shape recovery.

Prenatal Pilates
Four Stages Of Pilates Training During Pregnancy

If you have been exposed to Pilates before pregnancy, you can continue training depending on your physical condition. If you have no previous exercise habits, it is recommended to start Pilates practice after 13 weeks of pregnancy.

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Strengthen the training for balance and establish good posture during pregnancy through posture correction and exercise of muscular endurance. Practice the use of muscle strength to prepare for labour.

During this period, mat exercises and apparatus exercises will be the main form of practice. The focus of learning is to use breathing techniques to control the pelvic floor muscles to help push the fetus with correct force during labour. At the same time, lower limb muscle contraction is promoted through movement exercises or elevated stretching to improve lower limb edema.

The main focus is on the use of Pilates breathing techniques and pelvic floor muscle retraction exercises to help moms with delivery and reduce pain.

About Us
Our Prenatal/Postpartum Training Programs

At CB Femi’s Health, we provide training programs for all mothers-to-be covering stages from pregnancy preparation to after delivery. We design and optimize training programs according to each client’s different body type. Our prenatal training and postpartum recovery programs are here to help you reduce the pain before and after birth and effectively accelerate the postpartum recovery process. Our professional instructors’ team will work with you every step of the way to help significantly reduce the risk of injury in training.

Based on each individual’s body type, our postnatal yoga program is designed to help moms to regain their slim body shape, while protecting the internal organs and soft muscles and increasing muscle flexibility.

Both prenatal and postpartum exercises need to be accomplished gradually, taking into account your actual situation, slowly improving the psychological stress and physical problems caused by pregnancy, and returning to the best condition before pregnancy.


The following FAQs address contraindicated matters as well as postpartum recovery and precautions that you may encounter after you have enjoyed your session with us. Please contact us if you have additional questions or need further assistance.

  1. Not suitable for pregnant women with high blood pressure
  2. Not suitable for women with premature rupture of membranes
  3. Not suitable for women with eclampsia
  4. Not suitable for expectant mothers with high-risk pregnancies
  1. The frequency should not be too high, once or twice a week is enough.
  2. The Pilates exercises must be done correctly to prevent accidents.

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