Postnatal Assessments

Assess where you are and what level of fitness you are with a 1:1 session. If you have a had a c-section or have other concerns I can check your posture and assess your body post-birth.

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I also offer 1:1 personal training as a one-off assessment and posture check.

After 6 weeks (or 10 if you had a caesarean section) you can get back to some gentle exercise. It is best to avoid anything like sit ups, planks or anything that creates intra-abdominal pressure which will not help a gap in the tummy or a weak pelvic floor.

“As an obstetrician I wholeheartedly recommend Vicki as one of the few personal trainers who has experience and sound knowledge about exercise in pregnancy and beyond. She is one of the few personal trainers who teach pelvic floor exercises properly. What she doesn’t know about how to exercise during pregnancy and post natal isn’t worth knowing. She is incredible at ensuring you exercise safely in pregnancy and return to fitness after birth at the right rate for you.”

Linda H

How to Book

My available appointments can be viewed and you can now book a 1:1 Assessments and Personal Training here.

Please can you also complete my health screening form to give me your full history.

If you need any more information please contact me.

Costs and Locations

1:1 Postural & Body Assessment

60 min – £55

1:1 Postural & Body Assessment Blocks

5 x 60 mins – £255 or 10 x 60 mins – £480

All consultations take place at my studio, near Gloucester Road

Not sure which fitness class is for you.

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

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