All instructors are qualified physiotherapists with post graduate experience and training in teaching exercise classes for women during and after pregnancy.

Antenatal

Antenatal classes are a general exercise class for pregnancy including a warm-up and light, low-impact aerobic workout, general strengthening, and pilates style core abdominal and pelvic floor exercises.

Postnatal

Postnatal classes focus specifically on strengthening back, tummy and pelvic floor muscles as well as a general strength and cardio workout.

You are welcome to bring your baby with you to any of the postnatal classes. There is space for prams and floormats.

Registration Form

Please ensure you completely fill in either the Antenatal Registration Form or the Postnatal Registration Form, as appropriate, before beginning Babes on Board exercise classes.

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It is essential to book.Please do so by sending an appropriate registration form and contacting Gill regarding availability of your preferred venue and class.

Cost :

$26 per class for casual bookings or $90 for 4 classes prepaid & booked*.(effective JAN 1st 2018)

A rebate can usually be claimed through your private health insurance if you have extras cover. The amount will vary according to your fund and the level of cover.

Payment can be made by  EFT to:

Babes on Board

BSB: 733349

ACC: 724085

Your name as reference.

Please contact Babes on Board prior to the commencement of your class if you would prefer to pay by cash.

*please note: if a prepaid 4 class pass has been purchased, no refund is claimable for unused classes unless accompanied by a letter from your medical practitioner stating a condition for which exercise is contraindicated.

 

Hot Weather Policy:

On days forecast to be hotter than 37deg C all classes will be cancelled. When the forecast is 37 deg C or less, the classes will run with appropriate modification. All class locations have air conditioning.

What to wear and bring

Please wear light, comfortable gear and supportive footwear. Bring a towel or mat to lie on, and a water bottle.

Contact Gill if you have any further queries.