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ADVICE

ADVICE

Welcome to our website. Please read our advice below. Please consult a doctor or health professional:
  • If this is the first time you have exercised or exercised in this manner.
  • If, for whatever reason, your health or ability to exercise changes.
  • If you are on medication or if the medication you are taking is changed.

  • Exercise should be performed at a pace that feels comfortable for you. Pain and discomfort is the bodies warning system and should not be ignored. If you feel pain or discomfort stop and consult a doctor or other health professional.

    It is inadvisable to do classes if you are between 8-14 weeks pregnant or AT LEAST SIX WEEKS after a normal birth. If you have had a ordinary or complicated birth or caserian please consult your doctor or health professional before exercising.

    Please consult a doctor or health professional:
  • If this is the first time you have exercised or exercised in this manner.
  • If, for whatever reason, your health or ability to exercise changes.
  • If you are on medication or if the medication you are taking is changed.

  • Exercise should be performed at a pace that feels comfortable for you. Pain and discomfort is the bodies warning system and should not be ignored. If you feel pain or discomfort stop and consult a doctor or other health professional.

    It is inadvisable to do classes if you are between 8-14 weeks pregnant or AT LEAST SIX WEEKS after a normal birth. If you have had a ordinary or complicated birth or caserian please consult your doctor or health professional before exercising.





    CONCERNS

    If you have any concerns about your health please consult your doctor or a health professional.







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