Mamafit® Mother & Baby is a 4 week exercise and lifestyle course for mums with children 6 weeks to 1 year old. 1 hour per week, taking place at Liverpool Women’s Hospital and Children’s Centres across Liverpool.
The course covers various topics to support mums to be active and healthy including:
- Healthy eating advice
- Simple exercises that you can follow at home
- Help to understand body changes
- Relaxation tips
- Total body workouts; including exercises to strengthen stomach and lower back, helping to get mums in shape safely after having a baby.
Why do Mamafit® Mother & Baby
Many new mums find it difficult to exercise and have a healthy lifestyle after giving birth; we are here to help!
We will provide practical advice about healthy eating and demonstrate exercises that are safe and beneficial, taking into consideration the time restraints and challenges of being a parent.
Exercising after birth is not only great for your physical health but also your mental health, it's a great way to relax, unwind and take some much needed time out!
Did you know…
Babies (6 weeks - 1 year old) are welcome to attend Mamafit® Mother & Baby with mums.
Mamafit® Liverpool is funded and fully supported by Healthy Liverpool – Liverpool CCG, Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, Liverpool City Council Public Health and Liverpool Children’s Centres
Mamafit® Mother & Baby is FREE for mums with children under 1 year old living or receiving care in Liverpool.
- Course introduction
- Health & safety for Mother and Baby
- Body changes
- Posture & Mobility
- Pelvic floor
- Bodyweight exercises
- Healthy eating & diet
- Stomach & lower back exercises
- Course recap
- Total body workout
- Next steps
Kensington Children's Centre, L7 | Dingle Lane Children's Centre, L8 | Walton Children's Centre, L9 | Anfield Children's Centre, L4 | Frank Myler Pavilion, WA8 | Liverpool Women's Hospital, L8
"This course has been really beneficial in making me feel stronger & more positive about my fitness levels."
"A lovely course, not too strenuous, just set at the right level."
"Really good way of showing pregnant women how to exercise during pregnancy"