Nurturing Touch Fitness offers an exciting variety of fitness programs in a clean, friendly, comfortable environment for women.
Our business is in helping Mums, pregnant mums and new mums get healthy by getting active, staying active and learning how and why one should maintain a healthy lifestyle.
We provides the perfect combination of energy and serenity. In today’s day and age, women of all shapes, sizes, ability levels, cultures, religions and backgrounds are seeking places to get fit and healthy. Nurturing Touch Fitness feels like a home away from home, where women can pamper themselves with spa-like amenities and small intimate classes. We are in this together we educate, encourage and empower women. So come let's take this journey together step by step!
Therapeutic massage has been used for centuries to improve overall health, reduce stress, and relieve muscle tension. Massages during pregnancy have often received ambivalent responses from the health community regarding their safety and purpose. Modern investigation and research has shown that prenatal massage therapy can be an instrumental ingredient in women’s prenatal care and should be given careful consideration. Picture of black mum doing prenatal massage.
Prenatal yoga classes are very popular, and when paired with a cardiovascular exercise (such as walking), yoga can be an ideal way for moms-to-be to stay in shape. Whether you're a newbie or a veteran, yoga can keep you limber, tone your muscles, and improve your balance and circulation during pregnancy – all with very little impact on your joints.
Yoga is also beneficial because you'll learn how to breathe deeply and consciously relax, which will be helpful as you face the physical demands of labour, birth, and new motherhood. Learning to breathe fully is one of the first things you'll learn in a yoga class. Picture of black pregnant mum doing yoga.
Aquatic exercise is an ideal form of exercise for women during pregnancy due to the buoyancy in the water which removes stress on the joints and provides support for the muscles. The class is fun and interactive and allows for communication with other pregnant mothers and for picking up great birthing tips from our highly qualified Physiotherapist with lots of experience in the aquatic field. Exercising in the water when pregnant will provide you with the strength gains you need for the pregnancy and after it also reduces tension and back pain.