Want to get back into shape after having a baby and socialise with new mums?

Being a new mum is such a wonderful experience, but life changing. Some Days it can be overwhelming and lonely.  

Exercise is a great way to boost your mood and an opportunity to socialise and meet new mums, who understand what you are going through.  Many of the exercise classes, are for mums and babies, so perfect for your little one to meet other babies and start interacting.

With Summer on the horizon, why not think about an outdoor exercise class.  Nothing beats being out in the fresh air! Alternatively, many of the indoor classes are starting to slowly resume.

Here are some of the classes in Surrey, that would be worth a visit.

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Is a great way to get into shape after the arrival of your baby. Whatever your needs, they have a programme for you.  They run in all weather conditions, but with the warm weather around the corner, what a great way to spend an hour, exercising outdoors.

They run classes all over the UK, but ones in Surrey, include Surbiton, Windsor & Epsom

Learn more here: https://buggyfit.co.uk/


They have a wide range of postnatal classes including mummy and me fitness, yoga, bootcamp, aerobics and buggyfit.

Membership is on a monthly basis, but they have such a huge range of classes for you and your baby. Check out https://www.facebook.com/busylizzymum/


With classes in Woking and  Guildford, if you don’t have childcare, they have classes where you can bring your baby along, or if you would like some time out for yourself, you could consider one of the evening classes.

Their workouts are designed to teach you safe postnatal strength training.  They offer tailored advice and workout tips to make the session work for you.

For further information, visit https://funmumsfitness.co.uk/


They run classes for pregnant and postnatal mums.  Each class is individually tailored to your fitness needs and abilities.

Classes are one hour in duration and consist of both cardio-vascular fitness and strength training. Classes are based around the use of the exercise ball and hand weights.

Classes have a particular focus on core stability and pelvic floor training.

The sessions are taken by Sarah Brimble, a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, who has been specialising in ante- and post natal exercise for over two years.

Learn more here: http://www.maternallyfit.co.uk/

With us all being cooped up for the last year with 3 national lockdowns, now’s the time to get out there and socialise whilst getting fit – perfect as you kill two birds with one stone. 

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