Feeling disconnected from your body during pregnancy?

Are you experiencing any of these symptoms?

Poor posture

Weak Pelvic Floor -
Incontinence / Prolapse

Pelvic/Hip Pain

Diastasis Recti (separation of abdominal muscles)

Lower or Mid Back Pain

A history of difficult deliveries

Poor Fetal Alignment

A feeling of weakness or poor core connection

Why is this happening?

When most people think of the “core”, they think of washboard abs and doing crunches in the gym. This is a misconception that has contributed to the prevalence of core dysfunctions in many women. Your core is made up of a group of muscles that encircle your trunk — think of it as a corset that stabilizes your spine and pelvis — starting from below the ribcage (the Diaphragm) to the bottom of your pelvis (your Pelvic Floor!). Any holistic approach to core work absolutely needs to include your front, sides, and back, and a connection to your deep muscles. More importantly, it can only be activated correctly when paired with the proper breathing technique, as your diaphragm plays a key role in this!

During pregnancy, a disconnection with the core could potentially lead to poor fetal alignment, difficult deliveries, diastasis recti, and pelvic floor issues. Unfortunately, many prenatal courses currently in the local market focus on avoidance – what exercises not to do. It is absolutely essential to work in a directed approach to fully support your body and the changes it goes through during pregnancy.


At BodyTree Women’s Wellness, our Pregnancy-safe Essential Core Programme is a systematic approach that will help the mother gain the functional inner strength required to support your pregnancy.

Pregnancy-safe Essential Core Group Class is conducted in a small group setting in these formats:

1) In studio 

2) Off Site (Corporate / Private)

3) At Home (Private)

We do not advice clients with existing pelvic floor & core problems to attend our group classes. If you think you are experiencing challenges or are new to us, please check out the following programmes: