Try a free class!

Sign up for your free trial today & check out the RebelPT community

Give me a free class
Prams in the Park The most effective way to get up and get out after having your baby! This hour-long class is a postnatal programme designed to be fun and interactive, whatever fitness stage you are at, using your own bodyweight and keeping your baby alongside you in its pram.

Prams in the Park

The most effective way to get up and get out after having your baby!

This hour-long class is a postnatal programme designed to be fun and interactive, whatever fitness stage you are at, using your own bodyweight and keeping your baby alongside you in its pram. The class uses a combination of tailor-made exercises to deliver a total body workout and all designed to help achieve your fitness goals, with the help of your certified Rebel Trainer, your baby and your pram.

A support network, social opportunity and a workout in all-in-one!

Duthie Park

Where?

We meet outside the Winter Gardens. Just look for the big RebelPT flag!

When?

Monday 11.30-12.30
Tuesday -
Wednesday -
Thursday 10.00-11.00
Friday -
Saturday -
Sunday -

Meet your trainer:

Banchory

Where?

When?

Monday -
Tuesday 10.00-11.00
Wednesday -
Thursday 13.00-14.00
Friday -
Saturday -
Sunday -

Meet your trainer:

Hazlehead Park

Where?

When?

Monday 13.30-14.30
Tuesday -
Wednesday 10.00-11.00
Thursday -
Friday 10.00-11.00
Saturday -
Sunday -

Meet your trainer:

FAQs

How soon can I start after delivery?

You can join a Prams in the Park session 6 weeks after normal delivery and 12 weeks after c-section, you must also have the ok from your GP to start exercising and fill in our health questionnaire for your first session.

Do I need a special pram?

No, the exercises are designed to be safe and effective with any pram.

What if it’s raining/snowing/ foggy/sub-zero temperatures outside?

The classes will rarely be cancelled due to bad weather – please make sure you are appropriately clothed and ensure your baby is wrapped up warm in their pram, they will not be moving around or outside the pram at any time.

What are the instructor’s qualifications?

Claire is a mum to two children and is a Level 3 Personal Trainer registered with REPs with additional First Aid, Kettlebells and Circuit Training qualifications.

How fit do I have to be for a Prams in the Park session?

No previous fitness or training required! This class is for all levels of fitness, whether you are a new mum recovering from pregnancy or a conditioned mum, this class is suitable for you with one or two pram-aged children.

What should I wear and take with me?

Comfortable clothing such as tracksuit bottoms, joggers or leggings. You should wear trainers or running shoes with socks. Because the weather can be temperamental, you may also like to bring waterproofs if you have them. We also recommend a dry sweater and towel for afterwards, particularly if it has been raining, and a carrier bag for your car seat on the way home! Gloves are a must in the winter and a hat is also recommended. Lastly, don’t forget a well-fitting sports bra.

Bring a water bottle for yourself and plenty of drinks and snacks for your baby. We suggest pram toys or books for your little one too and a sunshade/raincover for the pram.

Preparation for you and your baby

Please ensure your baby has been fed and changed before the class and if you are breastfeeding please ensure you are comfortable before you start the class. Your baby will stay in the pram during the session, but if he/she is unhappy, sick or needs changing please feel comfortable to tend to their needs and rejoin the class when you can. Your Trainer will help you do this safely.

Got a different question? Send us a message!