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Term Dates

Aquanatal classes are taking a break for Winter.

Classes resume from August 20th.

Please call, or email me through the Contact Us page for class bookings and enquiries.  

For prices, please go to the JOIN page.  


Class Update

Bookings essential, places are limited.  

WINTER BREAK: June 22nd to August 20th

TERM 3: Starts August 20th

New timetable coming in Spring

Miranda:  Monday 7pm 

Padstow: Tuesday 7pm

Alexandria: Thursday 7pm 

Alexandria: Saturday 3.15pm







What's New...

*** NEW MIRANDA CLASS Starting April 30th

Introduce a friend to Aquanatal and when they join you will receive and extra class on your pass.

Private Health Insuance: Some companies offer rebates for Sydney Aquanatal® as classes are run by midwives & specialist Aquanatal® instructors.  

Aquanatal® is now a registered trade mark!

Donna's 15 tips for safe exercise in pregnancy

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Welcome to Sydney Aquanatal!

I  have been a midwife for over 12 years and I am also a qualified Child and Family Health Nurse. My passion for pregnancy exercise and Aquanatal goes back a long way.

During my midwifery degree, I trained as an Aquanatal instructor and conducted a research study into the experiences of women participating in Aquanatal exercise. I then worked for 4 years as an Aquanatal midwife in London. I have completed a Certificate III in Fitness and Aquafit Instructor training and I am an accredited BirthSkills practitioner. You can find out more about my qualifications and professional affiliations here.

I believe Aquanatal to be the safest and most appropriate form of exercise in pregnancy. It's also a great way to pick-up exercising again and to get back into shape after the birth. That's why I have started Sydney Aquanatal.

Two of my three children were born in the UK and I participated in Aquanatal programs throughout the two pregnancies, right up until the week of their birth. When I was pregnant with my third child in Sydney, I was disappointed that Aquanatal was not available here. Instead, I swam laps and did my own Aquanatal exercises at a local pool to keep fit and active. Whilst this was great, it didn't compare to the fun and companionship I enjoyed at my local Aquanatal class in the UK.

Exercise in pregnancy is about keeping active and preparing yourself mentally and physically for the demands of pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood.

That's what Aquanatal classes can help you to do.

If you'd like to know more about Aquanatal and where you can join a Sydney Aquanatal™ class, check the FAQ and the Aquanatal Classes page. If you can't find the answer there, please contact me.

I look forward to hearing from you.