Bodylove Mamas was created for mamas by a mama, with passion, experience and expertise.
Our method is grounded in anatomy and designed to empower, prepare, support and educate you at any stage of motherhood.
Launched in 2015, we host the largest and growing catalogue of dynamic, challenging, mindful and fun workouts, updated weekly and specially tailored to pregnancy, postnatal recovery and life as a strong mama.
Workouts are challenging, mindful and specific to you and your journey.
Dynamic prenatal pilates workouts that target one major body part or muscle group. These challenging workouts may focus on the legs, arms, butt or back. These workouts are safe to be practiced throughout your entire pregnancy.
It's super important to target the muscles of the upper and mid back as well as the arms throughout your pregnancy to correct any changes to your posture and to prepare you for your new role as a mum. In this workout Ali uses the Theraband to tone, strengthen and mobilize the upper body! A great ...
In this quick burn Ali strengthens the muscles of the arms & back - so important for mama life! This series uses light hand weights but grab some cans of beans or bottles of water if thats' all you have to hand!
You don't want to only maintain lower body strength but build it during your pregnancy. You need strong legs and glutes to help stabilize your pelvis, for endurance during labor and all the postnatal challenges ahead! Join Ali as she focuses on keeping her legs strong - getting her heart rate up ...
Barre style exercises are a great way to get your heart rate up safely and barre is the perfect complimentary movement to your Pilates work. You don't need a barre to feel the burn in this workout - a chair, stool, bench or wall can work too!
Bridging is the perfect exercise to do when you're pregnant to strengthen & tone the butt! Using the wall allows to get more height than you would with the feet on the ground - it also helps to open up the hips more which feels so good!
Squatting is such an important exercise when you are pregnant to strengthen the legs and connect the stability of your pelvis with the mobility of your legs. Using the physio ball against the wall this workout will get your heart rate up and get those thighs burning!
11 Mins - Legs & Butt - Barre & Small Ball - (Prenatal)
Sexy, toned legs are just as important to us preggie women - so work those legs and buns in this barre cardio workout. A small ball is optional and if you don't have a barre, any kind of chair or even your kitchen bench will work.
Showing that you can continue to work hard all the way up the birth of your baby, Ali does a challenging leg workout using the foam roller which includes squats and some barre work to get the thigh muscles burning!
As you progress into your pregnancy we tend to round more and more in the upper spine - working the postural muscles of the body can counter this, whilst preparing and strengthening you for the challenges of breastfeeding and child carrying.
Strengthening the mid and low back can really help with any pain in the upper spine as your pregnancy progresses and your spine continues to round forward. Join Ali as she focuses on the postural muscles of the shoulders, rotator cuff and mid back.