Any recommendations? I've got pelvic girdle pain twinges and would really like to find a good class. They do it at the hospital but its at 5.55, no chance of DH getting back to look after DD for that time!
The Life Centre is great, but mainly for yoga. I go to Tenpilates for antenatal pilates and its great. Its all on reformers though so maybe not exactly what you are looking for but its been really good for me.
There's a company called Maternally Fit which has classes in lots of London locations (from memory they have Blackheath in SE london if that's any good?). It's not pilates, more general pregnancy fitness but given EVERYTHING else I've seen is yoga, I thought it might be worth checking out.
I second maternally fit. All their classes are taught by physios who specialise in women's health. They have classes all over London, I went to the Chiswick one. It's a mixture of cardio, strength training, weights and Pilates and there's also lots of advice on hand about pregnancy related aches and pains like SPD. And they make you do 10 minutes working on your pelvic floor while you do hand weights, which I'm now grateful for.
chronic I'm so glad you recommend them. I'm starting at the Wimbledon branch tonight for the first time. I thought the classes looked excellent, but it's nice to hear a first hand recommendation. Have seen a review on their website raving about how important the pelvic floor stuff is!
limelight I have booked for their class next Saturday. Really looking forward to it! I think all the others mentioned are just too far. We don't have a car so I'm reliant on public transport and also on not feeling knickers out by the journey! Thanks everyone.