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Welcome to Energised Ladies Exercise & Health

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Quick links to my free resources that are foundations to effective training for women.

  • To learn how to use your breath effectively to reduce the risk of pelvic floor dysfunction and/or support and heal any pelvic floor dysfunction click here >>>

Welcome to Energised ladies information page.

I provide 1:1 private personal training sessions customised to meet your goals at your current stage in life including pregnancy and during your early postnatal recovery - that's my speciality. I am also currently building online programs  that can be completed in your own home, gym, park etc. Minimal equipment will be needed for these programs.

This information is for ladies in general, it also covers information for ladies exercise during pregnancy and postnatal stages of life including pre-conception to prepare the body for pregnancy and post natal refers to any stage in a women's life after giving birth from one week to 10+ years. 

(Ladies who aren't currently in the pregnancy/post natal phase of your life, please don't let that put you off, I can and absolutely will coach you to achieve your goals too)


Approximately 85% of women have a baby at some point in their life. Pregnancy brings about numerous changes to your body such as hormonal, metabolic and physical just to name a few. Safe and effective exercise and nutrition provides many foundational benefits to you and your babies development throughout pregnancy and in the postnatal phases of your life. It is important to adapt your exercise regime in these phases to accommodate the changes your body is going through and then safely and progressively rehabilitate your body over the 0-6-12 month period post partum to effectively reconnect with your body to reacquire the full function of your body again. Remember it takes 9 months to grow a baby, be gentle on your body and give it time to heal before getting back into your full exercise regime you were used to prior to pregnancy. 


Pelvic floor and core dysfunction during and after pregnancy and into menopausal years can occur, and can present itself in a variety of ways such as leaking, prolapse, abdominal separation, or back or pelvic pains. However, it is not normal to suffer from these problems, if you do suffer from such concerns please seek advice from me, your midwife, obstetrician, GP or women's physiotherapist. I would love to support you to lead a healthy and functional life without any of these types of barriers stopping you from exercising. I can work in conjunction with your other healthcare providers if necessary.

Benefits of exercise during pregnancy:

  • Improved strength and posture to accommodate your bodies changes, ie less aches and pains

  • Improved functional strength to function optimally

  • Maintenance and rehabilitation of core and pelvic floor

  • Improved cardiovasular and strength function, therefore improved ability to cope during labour

  • Numerous benefits to your developing baby ie increased supply of nutrients to baby from increased maternal fitness

Benefits of exercising for ladies and post partum:

  • Safe, correct and effective rehabilitation of your core and pelvic floor function

  • Improved posture and alignment

  • Less aches and pains

  • Improved mental health

  • Improved cardiovascular fitness and strength


Resources and programs available are: 


  • Energised pregnancy for birth and beyond - exercise program for pregnancy strength and birth preparation

If you have any special requests for specific programs please send us a message with your thoughts.

Disclaimer: As a pre and post natal trainer, I am not a Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist, it is important any core and/or peIvic floor dysfunctions or symptoms are brought to my attention during your training, I am able to discuss these issues with you, we will make adaptations to your program to avoid aggravating factors and I will recommend you seek further assessment or treatment if it is required from the appropriate allied professional. 

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