Active Mums

Live Active Leisure are here to offer fitness support and advice during one of the most exciting times of your life

Whether you're an expectant Mum or looking to get back into fitness following the arrival of baby, we have a range of options to suit you.Whether you're an expectant Mum or looking to get back into fitness following the arrival of baby, we have a range of options to suit you.

Mums To Be

Exercise may be the last thing on your mind when it is hard enough just to get yourself dressed, but did you know a little exercise may make you feel more energised and a little more like your pre-pregnancy self?

Benefits of exercise during pregnancy

Boosts energy levels Gets you ready for the birth Eases pregnancy niggles Improved sleep Fend off pregnancy blues Improve your self-image Reduce risks of illness

Contact someone from out Fitness Team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss which fitness classes might suit you best.

New Mums

During the first few weeks of a new baby, you may feel sleep deprived and emotional. Bonding with your baby is a big part of being a new Mum, that's why we have a range of classes for you and baby to enjoy together, while keeping you fit and active.  All our classes encourage gradual weight loss and help to provide Mums with that much needed energy boost. Here's a list of classes to get started:

Parent & Baby Swimming - Water based sessions, designed to introduce baby to the water whilst giving the mum the confidence and knowledge of holding the baby while moving. Classes are available from babies from 3 months to 3 years. Children attending these classes must have completed all their immunisations prior to commencing these classes.

Mum & Baby - An excellent class to ease you back to exercise. The class features a range of circuit based exercises. Parents bring along their child in a buggy or car seat. Suitable for parents with children aged 6 weeks to 12 months.

If you are new to exercise it is recommended that you speak to your doctor, health visitor or midwife before undertaking any new exercise.