Online Holistic Core Restore® – Heat

Holistic Core Restore® HEAT is a fantastic and suitable progression from the Everywoman course and Buggyfit.

The course will get your heart rate up and start strengthening your muscles, but in a pelvic floor safe way.  This is the natural progression from the Everywoman course and Buggyfit before doing the more weight and cardio based Mums Bums & Tums classes.

Do you want to know how to exercise to improve your fat loss with respect to your Pelvic Health status i.e. without huge impact/load/force going through the Pelvic Floor and Core?

Are you ready to take it up a notch or two to experience the FUN being put into FUNCTIONAL and be PUSHED! If so then join my HEAT classes live on Zoom on a Tuesday evening at 7.15pm for 45 minutes.

How to Book

Payment is made up front for the block of classes.

If you are attending please fill out a health screening form before you attend (if you have recently completed this for the Everywoman course you don’t need to complete this again).

If you unsure if this class is for you please complete my health screening form and/or ask me via email at pt@vickihill.co.uk.

Costs and Locations

When: Tuesdays at 7.15 – 8pm on ZOOM

Current course: started on Tuesday 22 September at 7.15 – 8pm.

If you would like to join mid way through the block please email me.

Where: Currently course to be completed at home via Zoom.

How much: £54 for six weeks

(price will vary on length of block)

Not sure which fitness class is for you.

For more information or if you have any concerns or queries, please get in touch.

From My Blog

Oct 26 2020

What are PCOS and Endometriosis?

PCOS and Endometriosis are being talked about that bit more now, but how many of you actually know what they are and if your may potentially have them?? PCOS – Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome PCOS is actually a common hormonal condition which is characterised by excess male hormones in women. It ...

Oct 23 2020

World Menopause Awareness Day 2020

Awareness & Education of the Peri to Post Menopause Many of you who know me know that I LOVE to raise awareness of women's health and what our wonderful hormones and bodily functions are going through during our lifetime!  I don't need a 'World Awareness Day' to talk about the ...

Sep 25 2020

When to start Post Natal exercise?

Why not exercise in the 1st 6 weeks? The hardest thing for me to tell a lady who is very early post birth is - STOP exercising or Avoid running.  Mentally women want and need to get back out there, if they have always been big exercisers they don't expect ...