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Once your baby has arrived, you’ll be spending lots of time holding and feeding your new little one, bending over a change table and bath, twisting to get baby in and out of the car and this all takes a toll on the body. You may feel weaker in the abdominal and pelvic muscles, which is not surprising considering these have just been stretched for months and then gone through the rigours of childbirth. This post natal sequence has been designed to gently start to build tone and strength into the abdominal and pelvic muscles, stretch the shoulders and hips and relieve tension in the spine. This sequence should not be practiced until at least 6 weeks post delivery, and with your health care professional’s clearance.