Online Fitness Classes for Moms and Moms-to-Be

Baby­WeightTV™ brings to you, wher­ev­er you are, a vari­ety of fit­ness, health and well­ness videos to help you get and stay fit dur­ing and after  preg­nan­cy and beyond. No need to find a sit­ter or go to the gym, you can exer­cise right in your liv­ing room with BabyWeightTV™‘s vari­ety of fit­ness class­es, each with a dif­fer­ent focus and at dif­fer­ent skill and fit­ness lev­els to help you meet your ever-chang­ing needs on your time. Stretch out and tune into your body’s ener­gy with the Yoga­Ma­ma class­es. Con­nect with your core and fire up the mus­cles that need it the most in the Core­Ma­ma™ class­es. Learn to turn your focus inward and release dai­ly stress with the Relax­Ma­ma class­es. And soon to come… sev­er­al Car­dioMa­ma class­es are in pro­duc­tion and will be released to Baby­WeightTV™ in the com­ing weeks, adding a car­dio com­po­nent to your work­out to max­i­mize the ben­e­fits of exer­cise while boost­ing calo­ries burned.

Check out the Health and Well­ness videos for insight into per­ti­nent top­ics for expec­tant and new moms.  Learn recipes, tips, tricks, secrets, and cop­ing strate­gies from oth­er moth­ers around the world. The pop­u­lar and use­ful Sooth­ing Mamas Woes series gives moms great tips from phys­i­cal ther­a­pist and peri­na­tal fit­ness expert Micky Marie Mor­ri­son on how to pre­vent and treat aches and pains com­mon to expec­tant and new moms. Learn healthy lifestyle and green-liv­ing secrets from nutri­tion­ists and holis­tic health experts in the Mama­Cooks and Eco­Ma­ma series.

We add a new video every week, so our large library of videos is con­tin­u­al­ly expand­ing to bring you new class­es and the lat­est infor­ma­tion. Thrifty mamas will already know that you can enjoy all that Baby­WeightTV™ has to offer for less than the cost of a sin­gle live fit­ness class or DVD, an unpar­al­leled val­ue.

So, now that you’re here, don’t wait anoth­er min­ute… Get mov­ing, mama! The keys to your suc­cess are just a click away.

For the Childbearing Year and Beyond…

Pre­na­tal class­es teach expec­tant moth­ers safe and effec­tive exer­cis­es for the var­i­ous stages of preg­nan­cy, iso­lat­ing the mus­cles weak­ened most dur­ing preg­nan­cy and coun­ter­act­ing the pos­tur­al changes that often lead to com­mon aches and pains. Post­par­tum fit­ness class­es help you get your body back and recov­er quick­ly after baby comes, and many teach you to incor­po­rate your baby into your work­out for a dif­fer­ent kind of qual­i­ty time with your lit­tle one, encour­ag­ing bond­ing with your baby while doing some­thing good for your­self. And the Post-post­na­tal class­es real­ly step it up a notch to keep rais­ing the bar on your fit­ness goals as you grow stronger.

About the Levels

All the Pre­na­tal, Post­par­tum, and Post-Pos­na­tal fit­ness class­es are spec­i­fied for par­tic­u­lar skill and activ­i­ty lev­els.  We rec­om­mend that every­one start at the begin­ner lev­el, so vis­it first the Fit Begin­ners sec­tion where you will find the Short Begin­ner Series class­es. Try doing 2 or 3 of these class­es in a row to be sure you are ready to move on to the longer Begin­ner lev­el class­es in the Pre­na­tal and Post­par­tum sec­tions.  You can pro­ceed to the Inter­me­di­ate and Advanced lev­els as strength and endurance increase. It’s impor­tant to lis­ten to your body as it under­goes mas­sive changes on a con­tin­u­ous basis in the pre­na­tal and post­par­tum phas­es. You may work your way up to the advanced lev­el class­es and have to scale back to the inter­me­di­ate or begin­ner lev­els very late in preg­nan­cy. Cer­tain­ly every new mom should begin again at the begin­ner lev­el and work her way up to the longer and more dif­fi­cult class­es. You may be in a hur­ry to get back in to shape, but you can’t rush nature. Respect where you are today and progress nat­u­ral­ly.

About the Instructors

Micky Marie Morrison

Micky is a phys­i­cal ther­a­pist and an ICEA cer­ti­fied peri­na­tal fit­ness edu­ca­tor, and author of Baby Weight: The Com­plete Guide to Pre­na­tal and Post­par­tum Fit­ness. Micky designed a pre­na­tal and post­par­tum fit­ness plan for her clients, which she lat­er fea­tured in Baby Weight and devel­oped into a suc­cess­ful group class series, Core­Ma­ma.  With Baby Weight gain­ing recog­ni­tion, requests for class­es in dif­fer­ent geo­graph­ic areas or for an accom­pa­ny­ing DVD made Micky won­der how to share her vision, knowl­edge and expe­ri­ence with a larg­er pop­u­la­tion.  Micky rec­og­nized that many women are busy and find it dif­fi­cult to make it to sched­uled class­es, and that many oth­ers live in areas with­out access to pre­na­tal and post­par­tum fit­ness class­es.  With the vision of shar­ing the expe­ri­ence of safe and effec­tive fit­ness class­es with women all over the world, she brings you Baby­WeightTV.

Salina Duncan

Sali­na Dun­can is a moth­er of two chil­dren, an edu­ca­tor, and child advo­cate. She com­plet­ed her Hatha Yoga Teacher Cer­tifi­cate at Charm City Yoga in Bal­ti­more City, MD and the “Yoga for the Spe­cial Child” Basic Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion in 2009. In com­bi­na­tion with her back­ground in pub­lic health and edu­ca­tion, she strives to bring the gift of yoga to the dis­ad­van­taged through afford­able com­mu­ni­ty class­es and free class­es for chil­dren. Sali­na cur­rent­ly lives in Antigua, Guatemala where she directs a small NGO, Las Manos de Chris­tine, pro­vid­ing edu­ca­tion­al sup­port to the chil­dren of Aldea El Hato.

Emma Sefton

Emma Sefton  is a yoga instruc­tor who has been prac­tic­ing for about 7 years. She says “For me yoga is the ulti­mate bal­ance in both body and mind. Yoga has been so per­son­al­ly impor­tant to me that teach­ing is my way of spread­ing my joy and love for yoga with oth­ers.” Emma stud­ied Sad­hana Yoga and teach­es both Hatha and Vinyasa yoga.

Lucy Ashman

Lucy Ash­man is one of the orig­i­nal Baby Weight mamas, appear­ing in the Baby Weight book both in pre­na­tal and post­par­tum states.  She is a cer­ti­fied holis­tic nutri­tion­ist and the founder of Isis Hand­craft­ed Holis­tic Health, mak­ing her own all-nat­ur­al lux­u­ri­ous per­son­al care prod­ucts and offer­ing tai­lor­made nutri­tion & fit­ness pro­grams. With two young sons, Lucy has honed her pre and post natal nutri­tion­al knowl­edge and skills.  She is the res­i­dent nutri­tion­ist and green liv­ing expert on Baby­WeightTV.