Prenatal Exercise Classes?I've been going to prenatal barre classes at Xtend for couple months now (I did regular barre during my first pregnancy but like that I don't have to make modifications in a prenatal class). I've also done prenatal pilates at BodyTonic (on 5th) and Aline Pilates in Carroll Gardens, but I like Xtend's classes a lot more. I hate that I have to take the R train there but it's worth it for now. Pilates Garage (in Gowanus) also has private prenatal classes but, to my knowledge, they're the only other studio in the area that offers prenatal pilates. I haven't been to her classes yet this pregnancy, but I love Lara at Bend and Bloom.
Re: ISO Post natal Pilates recommendationsI’d love to recommend Theresa at Pilates Garage. I worked with her starting at 4 months postpartum and I’m so glad I did! I found working with Theresa very useful, gentle, and productive. We went very slowly for what I could physically handle. (March 2015)
Re: [ANONYMOUS] Help! Pelvic organ prolapseI don't know for sure if this would help, but perhaps look into private Pilates instruction with someone who works with post partum moms. Theresa at Pilates Garage does this; I'd ask her specifically about prolapse.
Pilates classesMy husband loves the Pilates Garage on 3rd Ave!
Re: Pilates classesThe Pilates Garage on 3rd ave and 8th street!! Highly recommended.
Re: Pilates?I go to Pilates Garage and they are terrific.
(no subject)Pilates Garage (8th st. and 3rd Ave.) and we see Teresa. I like her a lot.
(no subject)I highly recommend Mariel Auerbach firstname.lastname@example.org She is training in diastasis rehab and prevention (as well as regular pre- and post-natal pilates). She works at the Pilates Garage and does private sessions. She's trained in Julie Tupler's technique.
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