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Revolution Motherhood

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Revolution Motherhood

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Reviews (34)

  • return of a great in-person workout class!

    Rachel is an incredibly motivating and talented teacher and I took her class consistently before the pandemic. I am taking this one because I know it will help me with running and all the other stuff I want to do. She also has an app with lots of different types of videos at all levels (you get three months free when you sign up, and then the option to continue or cancel). If you miss class in person you can join the livestream or do it on demand, or go to the other location in Dumbo.
  • In person postpartum workouts

    Rachel of Revolution Motherhood is really wonderful, and I believe she just started in-person classes again! Highly, highly recommend her classes.
  • Pelvic Floor

    Revolution Motherhood’s foundations class changed my everything and It worked better than PT for me.
  • Best postpartum recovery programs?

    Revolution Motherhood has helped my abs, stabilized my hips, and I think I have a stronger core than before my c-sections. I highly recommend it.
  • Outdoor yoga / classes

    Rachel with @revolutionmotherhood is doing classes in Prospect Park Thursday(8am) and Saturday(9am) mornings. They are gentle yet kick my butt and I love them. Classes are small and feel very personalized to your needs no matter what stage of post partum you are in. She also has online classes you can do online throughout the week. You can sign up through in-person classes on the mindbody app.
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    Am currently doing Revolution Motherhood’s online classes for post-natal in order to work on my diastasis and pelvic floor issues. I like it so far.
  • Review from the 2020 Birthing Experience Survey

    I loved Revolution Motherhood for post partum pelvic floor restoration, and then later on I got pelvic floor physical therapy at Spears Physical Therapy
  • Virtual prenatal workouts

    My favorite pre-natal classes were the below and they are all offering live digital classes: FPC  Revolution Motherhood Juniper Aline Pilates
  • Virtual prenatal workouts

    Revolution Motherhood!  Amazing for prenatal and postnatal workouts.  She does private sessions and she also just launched an app with live and on demand workouts.  Rachel is amazing and super responsive so you can always reach out to her directly too and discuss what you need! Plus she is a park slope mom of two and GETS It :) I didn’t meet her till my third baby and she was my lifesaver.  Congrats to you on #3!
  • Prenatal workouts

    For now, I am modifying my post-partum favorite Revolution Motherhood (there is a free 30 day trial until April 30). I absolutely love it and doing the Foundations class last fall helped me feel steady for the first time since being pregnant the first time. But like others have mentioned it's getting more awkward as I get bigger.
  • Where are the local business gyms you love?

    Not a gym but the best workout classes for pre/post natal and beyond- owned by an amazing park slope mom of two- Revolution Motherhood! It has been a godsend for me and I would love to see more people have access to her! (January 2020)
  • recommendation for postnatal exercise series

    I know there have been shoutouts here for Rachel Welch's Revolution Motherhood but I thought I'd put in another because her Foundations series just started and this is the last week to register. I've only done one class so far but I'm finding her instruction, along with the online "homework" videos very helpful in my physical recovery from pregnancies (with a lot of focus on pelvic floor/core stability). So far, it feels a lot like PT, but in a supportive environment with other moms (you can bring your pre-crawling baby). There are still some openings in her Flatiron location classes. https://www.revolutionmotherhood.com/
  • Shout Out for Revolution Motherhood

    Another shout out! Rachel’s classes are amazing and I love loved taking her online classes along side. She is truly an expert in postpartum exercise. Committing to the foundations course when my baby was just a couple months old also helped get me out of the house and meet other moms.
  • Shout Out for Revolution Motherhood

    I second this shout out. Rachel’s classes are amazing for moms with kids of any age.
  • Shout Out for Revolution Motherhood

    If you are a new (or not so new) mom looking for a movement program that will help you heal your body and establish new self-care habits, I highly recommend checking out Rachel’s Revolution Motherhood program. I started working with Rachel to address recurring back pain and pelvic floor issues brought on by pregnancy/childbirth, and it was a true life changer - I only wish someone had introduced me to her program sooner! I have since been singing her praises and hoping all moms would be so lucky to have her support. Her classes are starting this week, I encourage you to take a look at https://www.revolutionmotherhood.com I have zero affiliation with the program - just a VERY happy customer.
  • ISO postpartum personal trainer

    Second this! Rachel at Revolution Motherhood is amazing.
  • ISO postpartum personal trainer

    I highly recommend Rachel at Revolution Motherhood. I took her classes right after I had a baby and continue to take her classes. She specializes in postpartum fitness and is a true expert. She will teach you so much to help You heal your body.
  • Post-partum workouts

    Seconding (Thirding? Fourthing?) Rachel and Revolution Motherhood. Her Foundations class (with babies!) focuses on getting your core strength back, and then her Signatures class (sans babies) builds on that and really makes you sweat. In addition to the in-person classes, she has a series of videos that you can do at home whenever you have time or energy.
  • Post-partum workouts

    Revolution Motherhood! It’s a 12 week series. Not particularly aerobic but focused on rebuilding core strength in a very specific way that I found I needed before getting back to other exercise.
  • Post-partum workouts

    I also loved Revolution Motherhood which is starting up again in September with their Foundations program
  • ISO: fitness classes adaptable for pregnancy

    I would highly recommend Revolution Motherhood! It’s geared for postpartum, but very adaptable for prenatal. Rachel’s signature class on Sunday mornings is awesome!
  • Revolution Motherhood

    Another shout out for revolution motherhood! I did the foundations class after both of my children were born and really cannitnrecommend the class highly enough. I am now doing the signature class which is the next step and I love that class as well.
  • Revolution Motherhood

    I had a great experience with the Foundations class. Yes, it is as hard or easy as you make it. It’s also very educational - she teaches a lot about how the body works, which lets you take other classes with a sense of how to modify. Rachel is great and supportive, and the way she takes care of the babies during class is wonderful!
  • Revolution Motherhood

    Rachel's classes are great! I did the Foundations program and it helped me get back into the groove and return to the workout activities that I loved pre baby. I will say I think the program is as hard or easy as you make it. There are on demand exercises you are supposed to do every day (I never did, and so I probably saw "results" less quickly than others). But honestly that wasn't what I was looking for at that stage of post partum recovery. I went to the class after Foundations and found it to be a good workout! So I wouldn't worry whatever your level is, I think there is something for everyone at Revolution Motherhood classes. Also it's so amazing to bring your baby with you - she takes such good care of the babes who need to be picked up or cuddled while you're getting in "you" time. I personally was afraid to pick up the same movements I had done before pregnancy since I had taken a hiatus and had a c-section, so the class helped me to regain my confidence and to work with my new body. It's excellent.
  • 2019 Birth Survey

    Post Natal workout - Rachel Welch with Revolution Motherhood was amazing and really helped me rebuild my body after birth. I made great mom friends too. Such a supportive and worthwhile class.
  • ISO - Personal trainer with postpartum experience

    I highly recommend Rachel Welch from Revolution Motherhood, she only does postpartum work and is extremely knowledgeable. I took her group classes after I had my baby and learned soo much from her! She also does personal training at your home. https://www.revolutionmotherhood.com/
  • Favorite Postpartum Workout?

    I second revolution motherhood. I finished the 12 week foundation class and really liked it as it focused on recovering from giving birth and progressed in intensity each class. The instructor was always available in person or by email for questions. I also loved the at home videos that i could do on my own. While taking the class I started running as well (which I did pre-baby) and I credit the class in making me feel strong enough to do that and in helping me transition back to running safely. I also saw a PT recommended by the instructor for stomach separation.
  • Favorite Postpartum Workout?

    On the Park Slope parent fitness group, someone recommended revolution motherhood. I just started the 12-week foundations program, but she also has on demand video classes and weekly signature workouts that are drop in. https://www.revolutionmotherhood.com/ So far I like the foundations program -- right now it feels a bit more like physical therapy than a workout. We have a soft foam roller and do rolling moves and it's a lot about mind-body awareness. In my pre-baby life I would have wanted something more hardcore, but this feels like the right approach to getting my strength back in a safe way post-baby.
  • 2018 Birth Survey

    Love the pre natal yoga at juniper and loved the post natal workouts with revolution motherhood! Both helped me sooo much more than I can ever express
  • Jan 2017

    In case there are any mothers (at any post partum stage from 6 weeks to 6 years or more) out there looking for a really effective and enjoyable class, I want to recommend a class I've been going to in Spoke the Hub. It's sort of a mix of PT/Melt/yoga/pilates by a highly experienced and well-informed instructor, who is also a mother herself. Rachel was first recommended to me by my midwife. I have no affiliation whatsoever. I just love the class and I have signed up for a second term. If anyone's interested, you can find out more here: WWW.rachelannewelch.com/revolution-motherhood/
  • Dec 2017

    Another shout out for Revolution Motherhood! I took Rachel’s 12 week Foundations class this fall and it was a great way to safely get moving again after having a baby. I started the class at ~8 weeks postpartum and Rachel really takes the time to get to know everyone in the class and provide specific modifications based on your recovery/fitness needs and goals. It is a very supportive environment and Rachel is so accessible and available for questions and support, even outside of class. I definitely recommend if you are looking to get back to working out after baby but not exactly sure where to start or what to do!
  • Dec 2017

    Another shout out for Revolution Motherhood! I took Rachel’s 12 week Foundations class this fall and it was a great way to safely get moving again after having a baby. I started the class at ~8 weeks postpartum and Rachel really takes the time to get to know everyone in the class and provide specific modifications based on your recovery/fitness needs and goals. It is a very supportive environment and Rachel is so accessible and available for questions and support, even outside of class. I definitely recommend if you are looking to get back to working out after baby but not exactly sure where to start or what to do!
  • Dec 2017

    I have seen a number of people posting recently looking for recommendations for dealing with diastasis and other post-partum fitness issues. I wanted to recommend Rachel Welch's program to those of you looking to restore your fitness levels post partum (or frankly at any point after childbirth, even years later). Rachel's post-natal fitness program is amazing to rehabilitate the core, and focus on anchoring the mind and the rest of the body in what can be a difficult period. She works specifically with healing diastasis, pelvic pain and other post-baby injuries. Rachel is smart, loving, intuitive and will push in the right ways to help you - the program is so personalized even in a group setting. Even my baby is in love with Rachel - pre-crawlers can come to classes and Rachel attends to even the most fussy babies lovingly as she also leads class. The community of moms is also amazing, and I always feel 150% better after class even if I've gotten no sleep or am run down beforehand. There are also videos that accompany the classwork so there's always an option to keep up with the program. I honestly don't know what I would have done without it - I was so terrified and unsure of how to begin moving again after giving birth this Summer.
  • Diastasis recti

    I was able to get rid of it by doing the Revolution Motherhood program with Rachel Welch. Highly recommend! Her Foundations series is taken by a lot of postpartum moms but I got a ton out of it and my kids are in elementary school. She also has a harder/sweatier class called Integration that is a great workout. She teaches at Spoke the Hub and also at a studio in Dumbo, and there are videos you do as homework (but you can do as little or as much as you can fit in). Rachel is a lovely person, funny and smart and she is a busy local mom with 2 young kids so totally gets the challenge of trying to fit it all in. I believe the first class is either free or $20, either way, it's worth checking out. She has a Facebook group too- Revolution Motherhood.