Barbell Moms

Small Group PT (max. 3)

For the woman who gravitates towards more intense lifting sessions + metabolic conditioning. Returning to athletic training postpartum is possible, and this small group class allows a high level of individualization to ensure your unique considerations are addressed. Open to all women, but is postpartum friendly.

Classes are held in Bridgeland.

Upcoming sessions:

  • 8-week session: Monday, Mar.18 - May.13, *No class Mon.Apr.22

    • 6:15pm - 7:15pm (CLASS FULL)

    • 7:15pm - 8:15pm (1 OPEN SPOT)

  • 4-week session: Mon.May.27 - Jun.17 *Registration will open on May 13th

    • 6:15pm - 7:15pm

    • 7:15pm - 8:15pm


Mom & Baby

Small Group PT (max. 4)

The information about what you should and shouldn't be doing postpartum is overwhelming, at a time when life is already at it's peak of intensity with a newborn. This class will take the guesswork out for you!

We will cover where to start, how to progress, what to watch for when you are doing other activities, and additional resources to refer out to to ensure your body is being cared for in the best way possible as you return to activity.

And who are we kidding, this class is obviously a chance to chat with other women going through the exact same stage as you, so you can gain the confidence that you ARE doing an amazing job, that YES all babies are impossible to predict, and know that no phase lasts forever.

Due to safety and space, for babies pre-crawling only. Classes are held in Bridgeland.


Testimonials: What Mamas Are Saying

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Nicole’s fitness classes are well planned and perfect for mamas-to-be who want to maintain their strength, stamina, and flexibility during pregnancy. Her kind energy and enthusiasm will make you feel cared for and encouraged. Highly recommend!
— Julia
I really liked getting a safe and effective pregnancy workout while also meeting other moms and moms-to-be.
— Dierdre
After having my second child I was anxious to get back into a workout routine. I knew it was something I needed for my personal wellbeing.
The expertise that Nicole has, not only on anatomy, physiology and body mechanics but also her understanding of postpartum changes and exercises is incredible. I had diastasis recti and was conscious that I wanted to ensure good pelvic floor health and strength. She met all my needs rehabilitating postpartum and I came out stronger than I was before children.

Nicole has a keen eye for detail and quickly caught poor technique habits I had and gracefully corrected them. It was this attention to detail that allowed me to feel the strongest I ever have and allowed me to get back to the CrossFit style work outs that I love.

Nicole is such a genuine person, and I learned and accomplished more in our 1-hour sessions than I ever could have anticipated.
— Robin
I started with Nicole 3 months after having my second child. Over the last 10 years fitness had become a part of my life, and I was eager to get back into a routine. Once in the gym Nicole continued to support, inspire, educate, motivate, and push me. Her knowledge of the body, and proper technique was comprehensive, but more importantly her knowledge of the pre/post-partum body was exceptional.

It did not take long into our sessions to see that Nicole had, and continues to have, a passion for helping women to become strong, healthy and empowered people! I have learned more from her than any of the fitness professionals I have worked with in the past!

Not only is Nicole knowledgeable, she is genuine, kind, and a joy to be around! But don’t get me wrong, she will ensure you sweat!!
— Kim

It is highly recommended all moms see a Pelvic Health Physiotherapist prior to returning to exercise, regardless if your baby is 7-weeks old or 7 years old. Contact me for details or for more information here.