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April 2016 School Holidays 2 week break – Please refer to each class or email jane@exercisejanesimons.com.au for further information


Photograph of Jane SimonsCurrently working from the Royal Hospital for Women, Jane has for the past 25 years run core stability classes for women during their childbearing years and after. Her areas of expertise are:

Pregnancy Exercise
Mother + Baby Exercise
fitseniors
Mindful-Falls-Prevention Classes.

Physical fitness in all stages of life needs daily attention, especially to equip women for bringing up a young family and even more so with grandmothers caring for grandchildren.

Her classes blend many exercise disciplines with a strong emphasis on preventative care for the spine and awareness and strength for the pelvic floor

Pregnancy Exercise

Significant physical changes occur in the childbearing year with most women adapting as each month goes by. Some women experience degrees of muscular skeletal discomfort or pain and in these instances much remedial work can be done in the way of exercise. Rescue remedies for back pain are a feature of both the Pregnancy Exercise class as well as the Pregnancy Exercise DVD.

From pregnancy and onwards, pelvic floor awareness and strength is essential forming a pivotal part of the core stability training featured throughout the class

Mother + Baby Exercise

Preparing for motherhood starts in pregnancy with the Pregnancy Exercise. The post-natal Mother + Baby Exercise class focuses on restoring strength to weakened tummy and pelvic floor muscles.

Start as soon as you wish after the birth, have your muscles checked and bring baby too, where you will enjoy the mother and baby exercise segment at the end of the class. If getting to class proves too difficult the whole program, together with lifting techniques and rescue remedies for back pain, are featured on the Mother + Baby Exercise DVD.

fitseniors

Being physically fit at all stages of life is vital, especially as we age. Physical fitness means strong muscles, flexible joints and a good sense of balance. Core stability, pelvic floor strengthening and preventative measures for back pain are the essence of this class.

With the passing years, balance can become increasingly less reliable and exercises to improve balance form part of the fitseniors program.

Enjoy the camaraderie of this class and how wonderful it is to see women up to the ages of 75 and more, confidently exercising on the therapy ball.