Welcome to the Mummy Tummy Method’s ‘Early Days’ Guide. If you are pregnant, or a new mama, read on to see how this guide can help you…
These first few weeks with a newborn are amazing but hey, it’s flippin’ hard work, right?
Our online guide contains all the information, health coaching and exercises to help you, both physically and mentally, keep your sh*t together!
This is NOT another guide on how to feed, change & look after baba…this is for YOU.
It’s your no-nonsense guide for the first few weeks of motherhood (before you have even been given the go-ahead to begin exercising ‘properly’ again) to ensure your body and mind recover from childbirth in the best possible way.
We know that as a new mum, your body is not often given a second thought – but how you look after your body in these few weeks post-childbirth are actually really crucial in how well your mind and body recover.
As the saying goes, “taking care of yourself, is part of taking care of your family”.
- Ensure your body recovers quickly after childbirth
- Eat in a way which nourishes your body to aid recover and pregnancy weight loss
- Improve the look of your “mummy tummy”
- Identify whether you have abdominal separation (the mama “pouch), learn how to avoid making it worse and begin to close the gap if you do
- Begin to re-align your pregnancy-related poor posture
- Learn how to carry out common daily “mama” tasks in a way which is kind to your recovering body
- Regain the strength of your pelvic floor and core, reducing the risk of developing incontinence and prolapse
- De-stress and wind down your frazzled “mama-brain”
- Lay the first foundations to begin “properly” exercising again as soon as you feel ready
If you are a new mama then this guide is for you too!
The Early Days Guide has been developed for mums, by mums - who are specialise in post-natal fitness.
The programme has been supported and recommended by women’s physiotherapists, GPs and midwives.
The guide is here to support you through womens’ health coaching and “early days” physical exercises.
Although ‘proper’ exercise is off limits for AT LEAST 6 weeks, there are some excellent gentle, mat-based exercises and daily movement habits and techniques which you can be doing, right now -just days after giving birth.
All our videos, exercises & information can be easily accessed from your phone, laptop or tablet at a time that suits you – just log on whilst feeding or cuddling baba!
Click on the frames below to see some of the guide's contents.
Here’s two examples of the exclusive video tutorials you'll access…
So what happens after I sign up?
You will receive an email confirmation with a ‘log in’ and temporary password to our online platform.
You can watch the videos, read the information and practice the exercises in your own time. There is no rush – go at your own pace. We will keep you motivated, through weekly emails.
You will also gain access to our members-only Facebook group, where you can access peer support, ask questions and chat with other mamas, who all have one aim – to have each others backs!
Former Hollyoaks actress, Sarah Jayne Dunn, highly recommends the Mummy Tummy Method after having some great mother and son time whilst working out with The Female Fitness Academy.
Pre-order your guide today and also raise money for charity:
We give £5 to the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice on every pre-order
Forget Me Not has a pioneering approach to children's hospice care from pregnancy onwards, and already has a CQC-rated 'outstanding' children's hospice in Huddersfield. The charity recently took over Grace's Place in Radcliffe, Bury, which it hopes to open in 2018 to provide much needed, innovative services to the 650 children with life-limiting conditions in North Manchester. The money we raise will go towards helping the charity open the doors to Grace's Place as soon as possible so they can start creating magic for these children and their families.