Prenatal Fitness Certification
Study Online. At-home. On Your Time.
Welcome to PregActive LEARN
PregActive empowers expecting mamas with safe, effective prenatal workouts. Our innovative techniques are backed by scientific evidence. There is a huge demand for qualified prenatal exercise specialists. Unfortunately, too many trainers lack the formal training required to prescribe prenatal exercise. This is where YOU can create a new career path for yourself AND help women in need.
Ready for a New Rewarding Career?
Hi, I’m Kerryn Boyle. When pregnant, many women feel exhausted, tired and nauseous. Their body is full of aches and pains. They’re going through some huge changes and their body feels different. They know they need to exercise, but they aren’t sure which exercises are safe.
The whole thing can be equally exciting as it is scary. This is where you can help. A certificate in prenatal fitness gives you a rewarding new career training pregnant women. Women are wanting qualified specialists and if you love health and fitness then this is for you.
PregActive Learn Online
STUDY FROM HOME
ON YOUR TIME
WITH PRENATAL FITNESS EXPERTS
AND INSPIRE WOMEN TO HAVE A HEALTHIER PREGNANCY!
As a Physiotherapist….
I have found comfort in the PregActive Classes. I am very particular about which health professionals I see. I have found comfort in the PregActive classes with Kerryn’s sound knowledge of pregnancy exercise. The design of the classes has a nice balance of yoga, Pilates and strengthening. The online program has the same exercises we do in class with a great selection of relaxation sessions through to toning exercises that I can do anytime, anywhere.
Felicity, Women’s Health Physiotherapist
- Attract more customers.
- Help women in need.
- Grow your business.
- Enter this huge market
- Expand your professional abilities.
- Become PregActive qualified!
- Corporate health.
- Private studios.
- Private health clinics.
- At the client’s home.
- Yoga & Pilates studios.
Develop skills in:
- Screening of clients.
- Identifying exercises to avoid.
- Strength training exercises.
- Pregnancy physiological changes.
- Exercise recommendations.
- Prescribing Prenatal exercises.