Pregnancy Specific Training
This program is a comprehensive maternal fitness program dedicated to promotion the health and well-being of women during periods of preconception, prenatal health and postpartum recovery. The classes are safe for women to join during any stage of pregnancy, before, during and after. All participants receive a professional level of supervision through exercises based on their pregnancy progression or postpartum recovery phase.
Medical Clearance is required for participation.
Benefits to staying active during Pregnancy
Look and feel good as your body changes
Promote muscle tone, stamina and strength
Reduce leg and back pain, constipation, swelling and bloating
Promote blood circulation and possibly prevent varicose veins
Help your posture and balance, which is very important as your center of gravity shifts
Prepare your body for labor and childbirth
Get your body back in shape after delivery
Pregnancy Fitness Program
There are many health benefits to being physically active during pregnancy, such as a psychological positive affect, proper weight gain, and increase aerobic fitness. For most pregnancies, mild to moderate physical activity benefits mom and won't affect your unborn child , Exercising can help you look and feel good as your body changes and prepare your body for labor and childbirth.
Nadia Auguste, BS, PTA
Pre- & Post- Natal Fitness Instructor
Certified as an expert in pre-natal and postpartum exercising professional in South Florida, I've been helping my clients safely and effectively get into shape fro this wonderful life experience. I will help you achieve a wide range of fitness goals to prepare your body for labor and childbirth. Nadia Auguste has a Bachelor of Science, Exercise Science & Health Promotion, Licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and American Physical Therapy Association continuing education credits in prenatal & postpartum exercise design. La Femme Active maternal exercise programs are in accordance with the guidelines of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).