Experiencing Pelvic Pain in your pregnancy? You are not alone, Peach. Join our founder Tori in these workouts that were recorded during her journey with PSD. *IMPORTANT* Please see a physio before working out with us while experiencing pelvic pain, and check out our PSD workshop, tips and articles in the Workshops section of the platform. Most of the moves in these recordings should feel right for you, and not irritate your pelvis; but should an exercise be triggering for YOUR body, please listen to it, and simply skip or adjust as needed. These classes are provided as a simple guide, not a bible - every body - or should we say pelvis - will be different.
Join our founder Tori for some stable Power Pilates moves - these exercises will help to keep your body strong by utilising the power of resistance training: the method Tori has relied on most during pregnancy to stay sane!
Unfortunately, when your pelvis becomes unstable during pregnancy, often...
Join Tori in training one of her favourite areas of the body to tone: The Waist! An express workout you can do from anywhere - this class will be your new to-go for a snatched waistline and speedy endorphin hit.
Join Tori for another 30,20,10 Challenge - this time, it's arms! Grab a pair of dumbbells - or two sets if you'd like to go heavier on certain moves, and let's get through the reps together. We recommend a pair of 3 - 5 kgs.
Join Tori at 34 weeks pregnant for a Mindful Mama session. Focus on releasing your core and your pelvic floor, before consciously reactivating it during breath work. This session also includes holding 'Toe Pose' - designed to help you lean into discomfort ahead of labour.
Every day at Peaches, we see clients who complain of injuries and postural problems linked to their sedentary time at work. Small daily habits like getting up and moving your body can be hugely beneficial in counteracting this discomfort. Join Tori for her Desk Stretch Routine - the perfect way t...
Join Tori for a dumbbell circuit! This class is a chance to increase your resistance challenge - we went for a pair of 5kg. As Tori mentions, you can step up your weights if you're a resistance lover, or take it down a notch to 3//4kg if you're new to working with dumbbells.
Get ready for an arm burn that will hang around for days. This Power circuit with Bec focus' on the upper body. Bec uses 2 x 5kg weights but you can go up or down depending on your preference.
- Pregnancy safe.
1. Chest press with bridges
2. Pilates push-ups
3. Bicep curls
4. Tricep extensions