Perinatal pilates can help you experience pregnancy free from common aches and pains, an easier birth experience, and a fast, effective & lasting postpartum recovery. Read on for more!

Modified Pilates is recommended by the ACOG (American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists) as one of the safest forms of exercise during pregnancy.

Strengthen & lengthen your body, prepare for birth, recover from pregnancy, and enjoy all the benefits of healthy movement. All while being assured that you are engaging in exercise that is safe, and that will make your body feel good! After each session you should feel rejuvenated, energized, and ready to take on the rest of your day.


Pilates can help you to build awareness, strength, and flexibility in your pelvic floor - a group of muscles that is essential to pregnancy, birth, and everyday life!

A healthy pelvic floor means a healthy core! Follow the link above to learn more about why you should care about your pelvic floor. 

Pilates can help you have an easier birth and faster recovery. Who doesn't want that? 

Labor and delivery are hard work! Prepare your body by working to create a strong, supple body that will help you through both the birthing and recovery process. Starting Pilates before or during pregnancy (with doctor approval) will give you your best shot at a smooth postpartum recovery, free from frustrating setbacks.

Pilates can help you avoid many of the common complaints during pregnancy, such as back pain, fatigue, muscle cramps, and more. 

According to a 2017 study, modified Pilates can even lower the risk for pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes, and episiotomy. 

Learn to really breathe

Deep, 360 breathing can help to manage pain during delivery, improves oxygenation for both you and your baby, and can reduce stress throughout the perinatal period.

Just two modified Pilates sessions per week, plus some at-home exercises, can make a huge difference in how you feel! 

Invest in yourself during this important and momentous time - commit to taking a little time out of your week and you will see the benefits. 

Take advantage of the natural mood-boosting effects of exercise. 

Exercise is known to decrease depression and anxiety, reduce stress, and raise self-esteem and energy levels. Studies have shown that Perinatal Pilates specifically reduces both prenatal and postpartum depression!

Improve your posture, and create more room for baby. 

Standing tall creates more space for your changing body, alleviates low back pain, allows you to breathe deeper, and increases circulation in your body. 

Pilates in the postnatal period (after you deliver your baby) can help to stave off or resolve common problems such as diastasis recti, pelvic organ prolapse, and incontinence. 

A healthy core and pelvic floor are important in avoiding or fixing these conditions and more. 

Look great, feel great! 

Joseph Pilates (the creator of the Pilates method) said "In 10 sessions you’ll feel the difference, in 20 you’ll see the difference, and in 30 you’ll have a new body." He also said "The mind, when housed within a healthful body, possesses a glorious sense of power." Find your sense of power, starting today!