Postnatal Exercise: Returning to Workouts Safely After Baby

Ready to Get Back to Your Old Exercise Routine?

Whether it is Pilates, Barre, Yoga, running, H.I.I.T., or weight training. You can’t just resume your regular routine immediately without some preparatory work first. You don’t want to end up peeing yourself unexpectedly or end up with lasting Diastasis Recti which can result from overzealous workouts before your body is ready.

This guide is based on my 8+ years of studying, learning and healing my own core and pelvic floor issues.

A blueprint to navigate towards a restored pelvic floor, deep core strength and return you to a high level of fitness safely. 

PS: It is also great for mums with toddlers, not just newborns.


Tools needed for Recovering After Childbirth & Pregnancy
How to Restore The Strength of your Pelvic Floor
What exercise you can do in those first six to eight weeks
Regain abdominal strength to support your lower back and pelvis
Overcome stress incontinence and trust your body

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Meet Emma:

I am Emma McAtasney, founder of a boutique Pilates studio in Dundalk, Ireland. BASI trained Pilates instructor, BarreConcept instructor and prenatal and postnatal exercise specialist.

I developed the Body After Baby Core Restore Programme with the aim of helping women with diastasis recti and pelvic floor issues get back into shape after pregnancy!

I love working with successful, courageous women from all over the world – like yourself – to give you clear, applicable information, support you in truly creating core strength, fall in love with your strong and healthy body and focus on living your best life!

Together, let’s create a lifestyle that gives us health and happiness for a lifetime!