FromBumps2Babies – Edgbaston & Harborne

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Pregnancy & postnatal fitness specialist delivering safe, goal oriented, fun & affordable classes in Harborne & Edgbaston. Babies and toddlers are welcome in our supervised children's corner where they can play safely whilst enjoying watching their mums get fit and be fantastic role models.

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6 reviews
  • Vicky jones Fri 29th Sep 2017 Attended with 1 year-old Have attended this class for the past six months seeing my fitness improve and not having to worry about my son all the time has been a lifesaver. Love the class and hope to continue in the evening seasion now I am back at work.
  • Becky McCartney Fri 29th Sep 2017 Attended with under-1 year-old I started Tough Mutha six months after giving birth. I love the class! It challenges me in the right way and makes me want to push myself, whilst knowing I'm exercising safely. Having no family local to look after my daughter it has been hard to get time to myself to exercise so having a baby sitter in the class is absolutely brilliant. I would highly recommend Kerry and Tough Mutha. Classes are fun, challenging and rewarding.
  • Joanne Shaw on Facebook Mon 11th Sep 2017 I have attended From Bumps 2 Babies Mumfit and Tough Mutha classes following the birth of both of my sons. I cannot rate these classes highly enough and the associated support via social media. The classes are run by specialised, highly trained fitness professionals who are passionate about a holistic approach to women's health, fitness and wellbeing during both the antenatal and postnatal period. Each pregnancy and birth story is different so the "Mummy MOT" you get prior to starting the classes is invaluable as it identifies your individual concerns, wants and issues to ensure that you can get back in shape in a way that is truly tailored to you! The classes are suited to all abilities and are friendly, non-intimidating and a great way to network with other local mums! I also love that baby can come with you to the morning classes and be supervised by a class "babysitter" in their own zone in the corner of the room with mats, play gyms, toys and bouncers to keep them occupied giving you time to just focus on you! I have known Kerry for about 3 years and this all started with her own journey to regain her fitness and wellbeing post the birth of her first daughter. Her determination and dedication to do this safely and effectively has now driven her to want to help other women who want the same thing so I really believe that if this is a priority of yours then with Kerry you couldn't be in safer hands!
  • Rachel Stokes Amini on Facebook Mon 11th Sep 2017 I'd highly recommend Mumfit to any new Mums looking for a safe, considered, convenient and enjoyable way to get fit after pregnancy. Their approach is great; after an initial consultation I felt that I'd be taking part in a workout where my personal needs would be met and I wouldn't cause damage by 'overdoing it' after having a c-section. Finding fitness trainers who are actually qualified in this area and understand some post pregnancy limitations, is pretty hard to find and actually being able to take your little one along to the session is an absolute bonus! Kerry is a real inspiration when it comes to all of this, having been through it all herself, she's a 'real life' example that Mumfit methods work. If you're looking for support, expertise, guidance and motivation in hitting your post pregnancy goals, Kerry will certainly be able to provide this in abundance and you'll also get to share your journey with a group of friendly like minded new mums too!
  • Catriona Newman on Facebook Mon 11th Sep 2017 I don't know what I would do without my weekly fix of mumfit. I started doing mumfit when I moved to the area and my son was 7 months old, and it's the best thing I did for me! I had done other fitness classes before but none of them addressed the real issues that came with having a baby like mumfit. This was the first time an fitness instructor had actually spoken to me in advance of me joining a class to see what issues I may have and actually reassured me that I was normal and that any pelvic floor issues etc that I was experiencing could be address through the correct exercises in their class. It was also the first time an instructor had examined the extent of my diastasis, I was not even aware that this existed before. The knowledge of the instructors is incredible, and very reassuring. I know I am in very good hands in these classes, doing appropriate exercises for me. I have since been to the toughmutha, then to birthfit and now I am back to mumfit again after having my second child. All of the workout classes are fun, you get to meet lots of likeminded people and get fit in the process. It was at toughmutha two years ago that I first met Kerry. She is a very approachable person, who has a great passion for fitness and women's health. As she is a mother of two she also understands all the challenges that come with motherhood which is very reassuring. With Kerry helping support our journey to full health and great fitness we know we are in good hands. One piece of advice I give to all my mummy friends is to be part of the from bumps 2 babies club - you will never look back, only forwards on your journey like me!
  • Kathryn Chapman on Facbeook Mon 11th Sep 2017 I would definately recommend Mumfit classes for any mums wanting to enjoy regaining their fitness and get back into shape. It was great to know the class was specifically designed for mums post birth with safe and effective exercises and I found the pre class assessment really beneficial. The atmosphere was really friendly and supportive and the exercises are designed so everyone can work at their own intensity level. You get the chance to measure your progress and are really supported to meet your goals. Kerry is incredibly enthusiastic and is really motivated to ensure more mums have access to the best information and a high quality ( and enjoyable! ) fitness programme.

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