CONTAINDICATIONS TO EXERCISE IN PREGNANCY
For some women, exercise during pregnancy may not be safe, or will need to be taken with caution. If you're not sure if this applies to you, we have created an easy to follow guide on this page to help you understand more.
If you are diagnosed with anything which falls under the Absolute Contraindications list, then you may not exercise during pregnancy. In this case, you must speak to your health care practitioner about how to manage your health and wellbeing during pregnancy.
If you suffer with conditions which fall under the Relative Contraindications list, then you may only exercise during pregnancy with the guidance of your health care practitioner, and must communicate closely with your FitMama instructor during your time with us.
If you are clear to exercise, and then develop any symptoms in the Problems to Report section, then you must advise your FitMama instructor immediately, and will need to report these to your health care practitioner, or in some situations it may be advisable to ring 111 or 999 (or a the relevant emergency service in your country).