Postnatal

Start Your postnatal classes 6 weeks post birth and continue at least for your baby’s first year of life.
If concerned talk to us

Postnatal

Start Your postnatal classes 6 weeks post birth and continue at least for your baby’s first year of life.
If concerned talk to us

Postnatal

Start Your postnatal classes 6 weeks post birth and continue at least for your baby’s first year of life.
If concerned talk to us

Fit-n-buggy

Grab your buggy, running shoes, plenty of water and meet me in the park for Fit and Buggy class. See how quickly you improve your fitness, build and tone muscles and make new friends.

Fit and Buggy class contains of power walking, toning and stretching workout. It blends technics of Functional Fitness, Pilates and Yoga. Its alive and changes depending on You, your needs and goals. Fit and Buggy is definitely not just a walk in the park, its an empowered mummy workout!

"Nora and I joined the Fit’n'Buggy class when Nora was 3 weeks old. We really enjoyed the classes and looked forward to them each week. It was super to be out in the fresh air, getting a great work out, increasing my fitness while meeting other Mom’s and babies. Agata was so encouraging, warm and friendly. I look forward to rejoining the classes when baby number 2 arrives and would recommend the classes to every new Mom!"

Suzanne Mckenna
(Mum of 8 months old Nora, Malahide)

Fit-n-buggy

Grab your buggy, running shoes, plenty of water and meet me in the park for Fit and Buggy class. See how quickly you improve your fitness, build and tone muscles and make new friends.

Fit and Buggy class contains of power walking, toning and stretching workout. It blends technics of Functional Fitness, Pilates and Yoga. Its alive and changes depending on You, your needs and goals. Fit and Buggy is definitely not just a walk in the park, its an empowered mummy workout!

"Nora and I joined the Fit’n'Buggy class when Nora was 3 weeks old. We really enjoyed the classes and looked forward to them each week. It was super to be out in the fresh air, getting a great work out, increasing my fitness while meeting other Mom’s and babies. Agata was so encouraging, warm and friendly. I look forward to rejoining the classes when baby number 2 arrives and would recommend the classes to every new Mom!"

Suzanne Mckenna
(Mum of 8 months old Nora, Malahide)

Fit Mum and Baby

Fusion of Pilates and Yoga for You and Your baby, targeting all the major muscle groups and improving your balance, flexibility and coordination. Special attention is brought to abdominal, pelvic floor and back muscles. Exercising with your little one enables bonding and creating healthy habits.

To make to most out of the class:

  • Bring your Yoga mat and a blanket for your baby, so she is nicely snuggled next to you.
  • Have a bottle of water for you and feel comfortable to feed your baby before, during or after the class.
  • Arrive on time, to calmly get ready and let your baby get used to the new surrounding.
  • If your baby is sleeping- use this time to work and focus on yourself only

“I attended Agatas Fit Mum and Baby class with my 3 month old and we loved it. My daughter likes to be entertained so it was great that the postures and movements incorporated and engaged the baby. I also struggled with back problems when I started and found there was a great focus on rebuilding core strength and realignment. I would highly recommend the course to new mums. I also attended the first aid class and found this excellent. It gave me some confidence to know how to respond in an emergency situation with a child (or adult).”

Sarah Jane-Muldoon
(Mum of a 3 year old girl)

Fit Mum and Baby

Fusion of Pilates and Yoga for You and Your baby, targeting all the major muscle groups and improving your balance, flexibility and coordination. Special attention is brought to abdominal, pelvic floor and back muscles. Exercising with your little one enables bonding and creating healthy habits.

To make to most out of the class:

  • Bring your Yoga mat and a blanket for your baby, so she is nicely snuggled next to you.
  • Have a bottle of water for you and feel comfortable to feed your baby before, during or after the class.
  • Arrive on time, to calmly get ready and let your baby get used to the new surrounding.
  • If your baby is sleeping- use this time to work and focus on yourself only

“I attended Agatas Fit Mum and Baby class with my 3 month old and we loved it. My daughter likes to be entertained so it was great that the postures and movements incorporated and engaged the baby. I also struggled with back problems when I started and found there was a great focus on rebuilding core strength and realignment. I would highly recommend the course to new mums. I also attended the first aid class and found this excellent. It gave me some confidence to know how to respond in an emergency situation with a child (or adult).”

Sarah Jane-Muldoon
(Mum of a 3 year old girl)

Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga symbolises a flowing form of yoga, where postures are linked together using breath. Vinyasa Yoga classes are focused on strengthening core and back,  releasing tensions from neck and shoulders, and opening your hips and chest. Vinyasa Yoga will help you quiet your busy mind down, you will notice how your body and mind detoxes during the class by feeling a boost of energy shortly after the class observing a change in your skin tone and feeling around your abdomen. Every class finishes with few restorative positions and through relaxation.

Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga symbolises a flowing form of yoga, where postures are linked together using breath. 
Vinyasa Yoga classes are focused on strengthening core and back,  releasing tensions from neck and shoulders, and opening your hips and chest.

Vinyasa Yoga will help you quiet your busy mind down, you will notice how your body and mind detoxes during the class by feeling a boost of energy shortly after the class observing a change in your skin tone and feeling around your abdomen. Every class finishes with few restorative positions and through relaxation.

Postnatal Pilates

The class focuses mainly on your core: abdomen, back, pelvis and hips.
The aim is to tackle your mummy belly (no matter how old your child is!)

Remember once postnatal always postnatal. 
Pain across hips and back, and pelvic floor weakness.
It’s a wake up call for your deep core muscles, aiming to increase your sense of control and integrity to your body.

It’s a mummy pampering class so no babies allowed.

Postnatal Pilates

The class focuses mainly on your core: abdomen, back, pelvis and hips. The aim is to tackle your mummy belly (no matter how old your child is!)

Remember once postnatal always postnatal. 
Pain across hips and back, and pelvic floor weakness.
It’s a wake up call for your deep core muscles, aiming to increase your sense of control and integrity to your body.

It’s a mummy pampering class so no babies allowed.

Postnatal Pilates

The class focuses mainly on your core: abdomen, back, pelvis and hips. The aim is to tackle your mummy belly (no matter how old your child is!)
Remember once postnatal always postnatal. Pain across hips and back, and pelvic floor weakness.
It’s a wake up call for your deep core muscles, aiming to increase your sense of control and integrity to your body.

It’s a mummy pampering class so no babies allowed.

Postnatal Pelvic Floor Masterclass

Postnatal Pelvic Floor masterclass will give you tools to first understand your pelvic floor muscles, help healing and then work them well, relax and rebalance, including releasing tightnesses! Yes! Partial tightness that causes pain and incontinence happens very often goes together with damage during birth.

There are so many women who still feel shame even thinking about discussing the pelvic floor. But the moment you start treating it with care, gentleness and appreciation everything will change for you! It’s the key to empowered and confident woman. 
One more step to accepting and loving yourself fully. 

Postnatal Pelvic Floor Masterclass

Postnatal Pelvic Floor masterclass will give you tools to first understand your pelvic floor muscles, help healing and then work them well, relax and rebalance, including releasing tightnesses! 

Yes! Partial tightness that causes pain and incontinence happens very often goes together with damage during birth. There are so many women who still feel shame even thinking about discussing the pelvic floor. But the moment you start treating it with care, gentleness and appreciation everything will change for you! It’s the key to empowered and confident woman. 
One more step to accepting and loving yourself fully. 

Private Classes

These are unique yoga or pilates classes to meet your specific needs and goals. 
Organised for you privately or a small group of your friends. 

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