Postnatal Stretching

Postnatal Stretching

Stretching classes just for postnatal mamas to gain flexibility and reduce pain in a safe way. Take these classes on a regular basis, such as before or after your workout, for best results.

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Postnatal Stretching
  • CoreREHAB Core Stretch Sequence

    Incorporate this stretching sequence into your 6-week CoREHAB and postnatal series.

    Suggested equipment: mat, yoga block

    Disclaimer: You should always consult your doctor or health care professional before beginning any exercise program.

  • Five Postnatal Stretches

    Join Sam as she guides you through five simple tension releasing stretches for the postnatal body.

    Suggested equipment: mat

    Disclaimer: You should always consult your doctor or health care professional before beginning any exercise program.

  • Postnatal Stretch with Michele

    Relieve your new mama body with this postnatal stretch with Michele.

    Suggested equipment: mat

    Disclaimer: You should always consult your doctor or health care professional before beginning any exercise program.

  • Postnatal Full Body Long and Lean Stretch with Sam

    Get long and lean with this postnatal stretch with Sam and Michele.

    Suggested equipment: mat

    Disclaimer: You should always consult your doctor or health care professional before beginning any exercise program.

  • Postnatal Strap Stretch with Michele

    Join Michele for this bendy strap stretch.

    Suggested equipment: mat, strap

    Disclaimer: You should always consult your doctor or health care professional before beginning any exercise program.

  • Foam Rolling Stretches with Michele

    Roll out your muscles with this great foam rolling sequence with Michele

    Suggested equipment: mat, foam roller

    Disclaimer: You should always consult your doctor or health care professional before beginning any exercise program.

  • Postnatal Lower Body Release with Michele

    Release muscle tension in this postnatal stretch with Michele and Sam.

    Suggested equipment: mat

    Disclaimer: You should always consult your doctor or health care professional before beginning any exercise program.