Is it teething time for your little one?
Exercising with your baby is a great way to get your health and fitness back on track. Joining a mummy and infant exercise class can be a great way to get out of the house and meet like minded mums. It can also help wih the mummy and baby bonding process. 
 
Here are some of the mother and infant classes available nationwide.
 
Mum and Baby Yoga
Yoga is a great way to bond with your child. Focusing on gentle exercises, Yoga helps to restore your shape and physical well being after child birth. It can help new mums become confident in handling their new baby while also increasing strength and combatting issues like pelvic pain. Both mum and baby will also be able to relax and sleep better.
 
Dance Classes            
Dance classes are a great way to have fun with your baby and other mums. Combining various movements with music and repetition can come together for a stimulating experience for you and baby.  
 
Water Aerobics
The early introduction to water can help your little one grow a love for water related activities. Water aerobics helps improve your coordination and balance. The skin-to-skin contact experienced in the water is a great way to strengthen the bond between you and baby.
 
Pilates
Pilates is a combination of core and toning exercises. It can help you with strengthening you abdominal area and toning your pelvic floor muscles. It also introduces fun developmental exercises for you and baby.  

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