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Postnatal exercise guidelines

Returning to exercise after having a baby is a daunting time. You've maybe been out of the way for a while, or at least from your pre-pregnancy exercise schedule, your body has adapted to pregnancy and then continues to change postnatally. Postnatal exercise...

My full body gym workout

I've recently been mixing things up with my training in the gym and thought I'd share my new full body gym workout with you! This workout takes around an hour to complete. It targets most muscle groups, covering upper body, lower body, core, and some cardio too. It...

The Christmas Fitness Gift Guide!

I'm feeling very unorganised for the festive season this year and it is very fast approaching! BUT if you are in the same boat I got your back here with my Christmas Fitness Gift Guide! I'll admit that all of these things make my own list this year, but if you've...

Winter self-care: Retreat reflections

There is a definite change in atmosphere when Winter officially sets in. Gone are the lovely Autumn feels and it's just so dark and cold! This is why Winter makes the perfect time for hosting my bi-annual Pilates Retreats. There is nothing better than a day to...

A Summer in Norway

Earlier this year at the start of Summer we took a trip to Norway, with a base in Osøyri (about an hour out of Bergen) and travelled around the area. This was our first proper holiday with the baby and also a long overdue visit to my partner's Aunty, Uncle, cousin,...

Motivation Monday!

After what feels like the longest spell of being ill (firstly just run down with colds and sleep deprivation, and secondly the most severe food poisoning last week) I am desperately seeking out motivation to bring back the positivity and get back on track with my...

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