Level: Suitable for all

Length of class: 45 minutes

Exercising during pregnancy is widely recognised as being beneficial to both mother and baby, and the low-impact Barrecore Method aims to improve posture and maintain strength during pregnancy. In this class, the teacher will adapt movements to each client individually to match trimester and personal needs.

We currently live stream our BarrePRENATAL class three times per week. Please view our online timetable for the exact times.

BarrePRENATAL builds on our famous BarreSIGNATURE, but is specifically tailored to suit a pregnant body and will enable you to exercise safely and effectively throughout your pregnancy to help reduce aches and prepare your body for birth. Our teachers will guide you to adapt your movements to match your trimester and personal needs.

If you are prenatal you are also welcome to join our BarreFORM and BarreSIGNATURE classes, but we strongly advise you to book in a Private Prenatal Modification Session ahead of joining these classes. This session can take place either online, or in studio, and you book it by emailing [email protected].

A word from Barrecore founder Niki Rein;

“Having recently given birth to my first child, I found exercising throughout my pregnancy hugely beneficial for both mind and body. Whilst it’s tempting to skip workouts in favour of relaxation, it’s so important to keep the body moving throughout pregnancy to reduce aches and pains and maintain strength for labour. As your bump grows, your centre of gravity changes affecting your sense of balance and increasing your risk of falls. BarrePRENATAL is a completely safe way for mums-to-be to continue to workout and prepare the body for birth, because you are either doing floor-based exercise or using the barre for support. My own experience made me realise how important it was to grow our prenatal offering.”


If you are completely new to Barrecore, you can read more about our method here, and get more tips for your first class here.

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