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Kylie Klein - Exercise Instructor

Women's Fitness Classes

Dalby Allied Health and Kylie Klein are proud to announce our new women's fitness and Pregnancy fitness classes!
Where & When?
 
At the Dalby Allied Health Practice

 

Fridays:  

Womens Fitness            9:00am to 9:40am

Saturdays:

Pregnancy Fitness         9:00am to 9:40am

How Much?

 

​Pay as you go or pre-pay for a pack of 10 classes

Casual Class          $15.00 + GST

10 x Class Pack    $120.00 + GST

During pregnancy it is important to exercise regularly and most importantly, safely.  Kylie's Fitness Pregnancy Fitness Classes will help you strengthen and maintain your pelvic floor muscle strength as well as maintain general strength & flexibility.  This can help reduce your risk of pain and discomfort through pregnancy, as well as giving you the best chance for a smooth delivery and quicker recovery.

After having a bay, many women strive to lost the weight gained through pregnancy.  Incorrect exercises and poor technique can actually increase bulging in the lower tummy.  It can also increase the size of abdominal separation (diastasic recti) and increase your risk of pelvic floor dysfunction (e.g. incontinence and prolapse) as well as back pain.

Our classes are run by a fully qualified female exercise therapist (and mum) in small groups to ensure appropriate supervision and technique correction for safe and effective exercises.

Pregnancy fitness can be started from 12 weeks of pregnancy.  Our pregnancy fitness classes are safe to do until full term, unless you have any complications that prevent you from continuing.

Post-natal classes are safe to start from 6 weeks postpartum regardless of whether you have had a vaginal or caesarean delivery.  You will need to be cleared by your GP at your 6 week post-partum check first.

What should I bring?

Please bring a towel and a bottle of water with you to all classes

How long do the classes run for and what do you focus on?

Classes normally run for 40 minutes and incorporates strengthening of abdominals, buttocks, lower back, shoulders, legs, thighs and pelvic floor.

What does a typical session involve?

The sessions can involve the use of footballs/gym balls, mat work, stretch bands and therabands for various strengthening and flexibility exercises.