Mini Postnatal Pilates Course.

A FREE mini Pilates course to help your body recover better after giving birth.

This mini postnatal pilates course will help you to gently care for your body during early motherhood and is most appropriate from six weeks after your baby is born.

Both pelvic floor and diastasis safe, this lovely mini course covers the fundamentals of helping your body feel better and recover better after giving birth.

This is a taster style course to give you the opportunity to see if the way I teach suits you. It's also super short and can be done on repeat, so if money is tight then purchasing the Mini Postnatal Pilates Course will give you some valuable movement tools to help you nurture your body during early motherhood.

Pelvic floor and abdominal function are influenced by alignment, the way you breathe, your everyday movement habits, and feelings of stress and anxiety. I know it seems simple, but over time simply 'breathing better' and 'centring deeply' can support your postpartum body to both feel better and work better.

Doing postnatal specific movement or exercise everyday or several times a week will help you have less pain, build strength, and recover better after giving birth.

This course has been designed to offer you movements suitable for postnatal exercise; however everyone's body types and personal circumstances differ. It's your responsibility to stop and seek advice from a qualified practitioner or medical caregiver if any of the exercises within cause discomfort or pain. I intend for these classes to be kind, gentle, preventive of injury, and restorative for your remarkable mama body.

(Price is in US dollars so I can enable Paypal on Teachable, and is adjusted to be the appropriate amount for AU dollars, to accomodate most of my customers who are in Australia.)

If you're looking for something more substantial, take a peep at the Introductory Postnatal Course, or Motherbody Postnatal Essentials.




Your Instructor


Sophie Jeffries
Sophie Jeffries

Sophie is a pregnancy and postpartum professional with a very big love for helping mothers to care better for their mamabody. She has two young children and works as an integrative movement practitioner, pregnancy and postpartum corrective exercise specialist, pilates teacher, shiatsu therapist, and postpartum doula in Melbourne Australia.


Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
What can I expect from this Mini Postnatal Pilates Course?
You'll get three classes. One hour long class, one 45 min class, and one 10 min short class. The content in this mini course is designed to be safe and accessible for postnatal women whether you've done any pilates before or not. This course has been created as a low cost taster course so you can try out the way I teach postnatal pilates, to see if it's the sort of thing you'd like to do more of.
How is the Mini Postnatal Pilates Course different to the Introductory Postnatal Pilates Course?
The Mini course is much shorter than the Introductory course, it includes one full length class, one quarter length class, and a 10 minute sequence that you can do in little pockets of time. It's designed as a taster for you to see if you'd like to take more classes with me, but it's also complete in and of itself and is something you can do on repeat as much as you like. The Introductory course is longer and more in depth than the mini course. It offers four full length classes, and a couple of little lecture style videos to help you understand movement concepts that will enable you to support your body better through motherhood. The Introductory course introduces you to four main principles of postnatal movement that will help you manage or perhaps even rehabilitate injuries such as pelvic girdle pain, DRAM, leaking and prolapse. The content is different in each course, so if you end up purchasing both courses you won't be doubling up and repeating the same classes again. You'll just have more variety to choose from!

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