Britsbarre classes are ideal postpartum because they are low impact, rebuild core strength and focus on developing muscular endurance and definition. I fully rehabbed my core and entire body postpartum through my barre strengthening exercises right at home. I set sustainable goals that focused on rebuilding core strength and returning to favorite activities versus focusing on the number on the scale. Tap here for my blog post on my top 3 tips for getting back into a fitness routine after having a baby.

Please know that every postpartum journey is different, and you should consult your doctor at your postpartum check-up to see if you need more detailed care from a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist.

Once you are cleared for exercise by your doctor, I recommend starting with the Britsbarre: Bebe Edition class. This is a fun, baby-wearing barre class designed for new moms that is completely postpartum-friendly and allows you to regain your strength without sacrificing bonding time with your baby. Tap here to take the class with your baby.

Setting aside time every day to move, challenge, and connect to my body is one of the best gifts I give myself in the busy chaos of mom life. Even if it’s just 15 minutes, barre uplifts my mood and energy levels, and it will do the same for you! You deserve self-care, mama, and I’m here to help you prioritize self-care in the form of movement in my virtual studio. 

On-demand Virtual Barre Studio | Britsbarre
On-demand Virtual Barre Studio | Britsbarre

FAQ About Postnatal Barre

What is postpartum barre?

A postpartum barre is a form of barre exercise specifically designed for women who have recently given birth. It focuses on gentle movements, core strengthening, and pelvic floor exercises to aid postpartum recovery.

How is postnatal barre different from traditional barre?

Postnatal barre classes are tailored to the needs of new mothers, incorporating modifications and exercises that are safe and effective for postpartum bodies. These classes often emphasize rebuilding core strength and pelvic stability while addressing common postpartum concerns.

What are the benefits of postpartum barre workouts?

Postpartum barre workouts can help new moms regain strength, improve posture, and enhance overall fitness. They also provide opportunities for social connection with other mothers and can contribute to improved mental well-being.

Is postpartum barre suitable for all postpartum women?

While postpartum barre can be beneficial for many women after childbirth, it's essential to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new exercise regimen, especially if you've had complications during pregnancy or delivery.

What Britsbarre Mamas are saying: 

Natalie B

I love the versatility with the different class types and lengths- so good for the busy mama with limited time and for customizing my workout for exactly what I am feeling. -

Alana W.

Brit’s virtual studio literally takes away any excuses you have about working out. I’ve taken classes all over the world and Brit’s energy, enthusiasm and knowledge are unparalleled. Nothing feels better than moving your body as a busy mama and Brit makes this simple. This subscription is a no brainer, must have for all mamas!

Aly W. 

Brit’s knowledge of the body, its muscle groups and her ability to fatigue them in such short periods of time is unmatched. As a busy mom, I love that I’m able to squeeze in an effective workout in less than 20 minutes that leaves my muscles shaking.

Laura Z. 

I started the Britsbarre Virtual Studio in my third trimester when I no longer had time to make it to class and love them more than my in-person classes. Three months postpartum and I’m almost back to my pre-baby core strength (and I had a c-section!). Britsbarre classes have been key.

Taylor P. 

Brit helped this mom x3 find space to feel a little more like myself again.