Amy Jayne Roper
I got into the fitness industry after joining my local boot camp and loving my results. I loved the fact that I could get fit without really thinking about it. I just had to find the right trainer and do the work.
In 2015 I became a certified boot camp instructor and then qualified as a personal trainer in 2017.
During my time as a boot camp instructor, a few clients had started to mention that they couldn’t do certain exercises due to incontinence. A couple of clients also mentioned that they had an abdominal separation, and I was embarrassed to admit that I’d never heard of it. Ignorance wasn't going to work and, with most of my clients being post natal women, I knew that it was time to do something about it.
After much research, in 2017 I became certified in Post Natal Assessment & Exercise Prescription and started to work specifically with post natal women one on one.
I then heard about Holistic Core Restore®. A UK based programme designed specifically for women, who had just announced that they were taking on coaches from overseas.
I jumped at the opportunity, and in March 2018 I became New Zealand’s first Holistic Core Restore® coach.
I never get tired of seeing the look on my client’s faces when they realise that something can be done about their pelvic health!
That post natal incontinence is common, but not normal.
So, if you’ve just had a baby, or your baby has babies of their own, I can help you:
Regain core strength
Strengthen your pelvic floor
Strengthen a bad back
Close your tummy gap
Lose your mummy tummy
Return to lifting heavy at the gym.
Return to running.
Have some “me time”
Throw away your incontinence pads
Whether you want some 1:1 time just for you or if you’d like to train with a group of girlfriends, click here to find out more about my services.
If you'd to return to exercise after having a baby and don't know where to start? I suggest booking in for a Post Natal Warrant of Fitness. Where you'll be fully assessed and given a recommendation for going forward.
I look forward to working with you.
In the meantime, I would love for you to join my new Facebook community group. It is a safe space to ask any questions about your body, share photos of the kids, rant about the partner. Anything.
I look forward to seeing you over there!