M’OM Yoga Prenatal

Yoga is a combination of breathing and relaxation exercises, as well as a gentle stretching body workout that is practiced without any pressure to perform.

Back fit for pregnant women

During pregnancy, your physique changes and so does your body’s center of gravity. These natural anatomical changes very often lead to back problems.

Pilates during pregnancy

Movement and physical activity are particularly important during pregnancy, as the spine and pelvic floor are subject to above-average strain even in normal pregnancies. Posture, coordination and breathing are trained during the class, which has a positive effect on both the body and mental balance: Radiance increases, self-confidence is boosted and the relaxing effect helps to manage stress and actively recover.

Mama Motion- Experience your pregnancy in motion

Do you want to continue to feel completely comfortable with your growing belly?

Rhythmokinetics during pregnancy

Labor pains – work with them instead of being afraid

Fit during pregnancy

Step aerobics, BOP, spinning, … Pregnant and what now?

M’OM Yoga Postnatal

Course without baby

Your baby has finally arrived and you are enjoying your time together.
But sometimes you may long for a little time out to recharge your batteries.

Aqua Fit for pregnant women

Our cooperation partner at Holmes Place on Heumarkt and the Gold-Krämer-Haus in Frechen offers a special aqua fit workout for expectant mothers.

Outdoor: Workout with baby fitness and endurance training with a baby carrier or baby carriage.

Fitness and endurance training with a baby carrier or pushchair


You get fit and your baby joins in!

Aerobic, dance and muscle exercises alternate to dynamic music so that you not only work up a sweat, but also have fun doing it.

Pilates – Fascia – Relaxation

Pilates is a highly effective full-body workout that consists of equal parts stretching and strengthening exercises. Posture, coordination and breathing are improved and trained. The focus is also on activating the abdominal and pelvic floor muscles.