Pregnancy is an exciting time of change for your body!
Pre-natal & Post-natal Physiotherapy at Bodyworks is a great way to exercise during and after your pregnancy. We offer Physiotherapy Assessment and 10 sessions of Rehab Pilates from $370 ($130 discount) and these services can offer private health rebate.
Prenatal Pilates Bodyworks Perth “After having my baby over 10 months ago and not being able to exercise through my pregnancy, going to Bodyworks has been a life changing experience! The care and love that is shown to the babies while you are doing your post-natal session are amazing.” – Amanda.
Physical therapy that is pregnancy and post natal specific strengthens the muscles surrounding your pelvis and spine, to avoid back/pelvic pain and to help give your body the best support during pregnancy, to avoid Postnatal complications such as abdominal separation.
Our new mums get taught specific and targeted Pilates exercises and education to return to full function post pregnancy.
We work on the pelvic floor, abdominal and glute control. You are welcome to bring your baby up to 6 months old or until they are on the move. You can start attending after clearance from your obstetrician, although a minimum of six weeks’ post C section is required.
We require a Rehabilitation Physiotherapist Initial Consultation in order for you to receive private health rebates, as it allows us to customise your Prenatal class and Postnatal recovery.
Physiotherapy Prenatal Assessment (1 hour including pelvic floor real time ultrasound) & 10 sessions of Rehab Pilates Semiprivate for $370, over $130 off.
These items are claimable through your private health insurance if you have physiotherapy cover.
Prenatal Pilates at Bodyworks is a great way to exercise during pregnancy.
Our new mums get taught specific and targeted exercises and education to return to full function post pregnancy.We work on pelvic floor, abdominal and glute control.
You can start attending after clearance from your obstetrician although a minimum of six weeks’ post C section is required.