Pioneer of Women’ Health Exercise programs Yes, proudly one of the original “Women’s Health” physiotherapists initiating Women’s Health Programs in Sydney. “Yes the pelvic floor needs attention at all ages”, as another of these pioneers Pauline Ciarelli attests. And prouder still, Jane welcomes back her third generation families. Babies who first attended in their mother’s womb, becoming mothers themselves, returning for exercise in their own pregnancy or for the Mother and Baby Exercise Class. Their grannies now her Fitseniors. From the moment she knew she was pregnant with daughters Rachel and Talia, Jane has been passionate about exercise and women’s health.” Women seek more qualified and knowledgeable guidance when it comes to exercise. They also seek experience”. So enriched by years of experience, Jane teaches women of all ages how to reach optimal physical strength and flexibility, passing on her knowledge and instilling confidence in “how to” exercise at every stage of life. Her secret weapon is personal attention. Each and every class member is observed and corrected with every exercise, supported to reach peak physical potential under her watchful eye.
Jane’s wealth of knowledge from decades of experience in running Pregnancy Exercise Classes is passed on in class.
The first few weeks following birth is a steep learning curve where you probably have little time to exercise. However this varies from new mum to new mum and the spectrum is very wide. Some women return to class from the first few days after birth and then there are those who can only get back once their babies are 6 months old. You will know when you are ready so please join our class when ever this time comes.
Attitude to aging is key. “How proud am I of my fit Fitseniors. My motto for the Fitseniors class is, yes, we can turn back the clock”. Fitness potential can be called your PB -personal best.
Jane's blog is the perfect place to stay up to date with class information and learn some great exercise tips you can try at home