Pregnant and Postnatal

Pregnancy is temporary,
Postpartum is forever

Brianna Battles

Being pregnant is amazing and the start of something new at lot of different levels! If you are an active individual it will mean a change to your training routine at some point during your pregnancy, and after birth.


  • If you have always been active and want to continue while you are pregnant but are not sure what to do and how to do it?
  • You are a new mum and wonder when you can go back to what you were doing before, or you are not feeling quite ready yet and are looking to rehabilitate your body?
  • Your body is feeling a bit different and you need some guidance to how to train?

This is exactly what I am equipped for!

An athlete is a person who is proficient in sports and other forms of physical exercise. And being a mum is pretty active and requires strength: carrying the car seat, carrying your toddler, running behind you new moving baby, pushing the pram, and all the other wonderful daily activities! You can actually train having that in mind and adapt the training to support your daily life.

Also, if you are an athlete and need guidance through your pregnancy and post partum I would love to help!

The Sessions

The session will be tailored to you and your need. It will depend where you are at in your pregnancy or postpartum, what challenges you are facing and where you want to progress.

Before the first session I would like to meet you, either in person or through a video call, as I need to chat about your pregnancy and birth, and run a movement assessment.

Violaine and son at Lochnagar

I would also advise you to see a Pelvic Floor physiotherapist 4- 6 weeks after you gave birth to check on pelvic floor health and be aware on any issue(s) that could arise.

I highly recommend Kate Gardner, and her Mummy MOT, she is based in Aberdeen. You can contact her on Facebook : @fabphysiouk, or by email :