Pregnancy Assessments

Do you want to carry on exercising in your pregnancy?  Not sure what you can do or should be avoiding? Have a 1:1 to find out more.

Pregnancy assessments for anyone in their 2nd or 3rd trimester

I am now offering one-off progressional 1:1 sessions during trimester 2 and 3.

During these sessions I will assess you, your history and current fitness and show you a variety of exercises you are allowed to do during that trimester and I will ensure you are completing the exercises correctly.

“I whole heartedly trust all Vicki’s ante and postnatal advice and believe she really knows what it takes to stay strong and healthy through pregnancy, help your body carry that bump and help regain strength and fitness afterwards.”

Linda

How to Book

These 1:1 pregnancy assessment sessions will cost £49 for an hour.  I can do one session per trimester. At each session I will assess you, your history and current fitness and show you a variety of exercises you are allowed to do during that trimester and I will ensure you are completing the exercises correctly.

If you are interested in booking in for a 1:1 pregnancy session please email me at pt@vickihill.co.uk and complete the pregnancy health screening form.

Costs and Locations

Pregnancy Fitness has now finished.

I would like to thank you for your interest/joining me at my Pregnancy Fitness classes.

If you are interested in booking in for a 1:1 pregnancy session please email me at pt@vickihill.co.uk.

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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