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Pregnancy is a time of great joy and huge changes both emotionally and physically. In fact, a women’s body will go through more changes in this short timeframe than any other period of her life! Therefore it is not surprising that the majority of women experience some discomfort at some point during their pregnancy.
A woman's body will experience huge changes in the relatively small 9 months that she is carrying a baby. It goes without saying that being fit and healthy throughout this time can help your body better adapt to the changing demands that will be placed on it. The following are a few tips to help you maintain optimal physical and postural health ensuring your body is able to cope as best it can throughout this time.
After I posted how we use a gym ball to treat and provide pain relief to pregnant mums I met up with Vicky Warr, a young dynamic fitness instructor whose company, Beez Kneez, provides pregnant mums across West London a wide range of prenatal and post natal fitness programmes.
Many of our pregnant patients are active professionals or family carers, who often tend to pursue their existing active lifestyles regardless, and don’t make the necessary adjustments and concessions to their pregnancy until pain stops them in their tracks.