Buggy Fitness

Class Information

  • Fun & Friendly Groups
  • Feel Energised and Clear Your Mind in the Fresh Air
  • No Childcare Needed
  • Vitamin D Benefits from Outdoor Fitness
  • Build Strength Safely
  • Meet Other Local Mums
  • Improve Your Mood & Self-Esteem
  • Help Heal Diastasis
  • Stop Pelvic Floor Leaks
  • Workout With Baby Snug in the Buggy

Why attend a postnatal fitness class?

It is so important to reconnect to your deep stomach muscles and pelvic floor after having a baby. With a strong connected core you can build strength and reach your goals the right way.

By heading back to regular fitness without rebuilding, you can develop or worsen, pelvic floor leaks, back pain, diastasis and other injuries, even hernias and prolapse. 

Our mummas end up stronger than ever after training the right way!

Postnatal Exercise Safety

Everyone’s birth and recovery is unique and you should only start to move more when you feel ready to do so, it’s best not to rush and to listen to your body.

Once you feel ready and have agreement from your GP that you are safe to exercise then we would love to guide you through safe exercise.

For a c-section birth it’s recommended that you wait until you are at least 12 weeks postnatal before taking part in exercise.

It is essential that you have had your postnatal check-up with your GP and completed our health form before attending any sessions. 

Get started safely before class with my free guide for new mums >>> https://freebies.movewithmumma.co.uk/exerciseafterhavingyourbaby


We are starting back with some PAYG classes on Friday 21st August 2020.

PAYG Classes will £6

Friday 21st & 28th August and 4th September.

All classes MUST be booked online by clicking the green button below. You will be asked to make an account and then you can select a date you wish to attend.

Please ensure you read the CORONA VIRUS Guidance below and complete the Postnatal Health Form before attending a class.

Manda will get in touch once your booking and form has been received.

Where and When is Buggy Fitness?

Fridays 12:30pm – 1:30pm

Eastwood Park, Eastwood Park Drive, Hasland, S41 0AY.


What should I wear for the session?

Go with the weather and always wear comfortable layers as we will get warm during the session.
In colder weather wear a hat, scarf and definitely gloves.
A supportive bra/sports bra.

What should I bring to the session?

  • Hand Gel/Tissues (covid safe items).
    An extra layer/blanket for baby/toddler.
    A rain cover and/or sunshade. 
    Sun cream.
    Drinks/snack for baby / toddler.
    Baby’s/toddler’s favourite comforter or toy.
    Everything you would usually leave the house with for baby.
  • Plenty of Drinking Water.

Does the session run if it’s raining?

Yes, wear comfortable layered clothing that will keep you dry in the event of rain and that you can remove if you get too hot. A waterproof jacket will be great.

Remember to bring your buggy rain cover.