Considered medical opinion is that that within a ‘normal’ pregnancy, exercise brings huge benefits. This is supported by the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (RCOG), and the American College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ACOG).

Meanwhile post childbirth, when many women struggle with the reality of getting back into exercise & nutrition routines, an informed and structured fitness and nutrition plan will promote a quicker post-natal recovery rate, improved energy & a decrease in stress levels.

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“When I fell pregnant I was determined to have an active, natural birth. Liz developed a programme which whilst totally safe for myself and my growing baby was also challenging and motivating. It was great to have someone to talk things through with, and I grew to feel more and more secure in my progressing pregnancy as Liz explained what to expect at each stage. Liz reassured me every step of the way, always explaining things if ever there was a reason for caution. I felt more energised, more positive and generally so much healthier during my pregnancy due to Liz” BK

Before: 5 months post giving birth…

“After having twins via C-section at the age of 40, my body was damaged and became a size 18-20. Liz toned me, guided me through every workout and healthy eating advice and got me to a size 12. She’s a phenomenon. She’s one of the best things that ever happened to me. She turned my life around. She’s a mother herself and she picked me up when I was so down and in despair” LJ

After… size 12!

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