The content in the eBooks found on this website, were written by Robyn Krause (Biokineticist with her Masters degree in Sports Medicine) and Caitlyn de Beer (Motivational speaker and life coach with her honours degree in Clinical Psychology).

These eBooks were designed to encourage moms/new moms to stay active during their pregnancies. It is essential that all users consult their gynaecologists before beginning this program/any exercise regime during pregnancy or postpartum.

Flourishing Fit Moms workout programmes are not designed to promote weight loss or muscle gain during pregnancy. They are specifically designed to encourage users to stay active and healthy during their pregnancies. No guaranties are given that by following these programmes, users will not experience excessive weight gain (during pregnancy).

While thorough information and research has been done to create these workout programs, users should not use these programs to replace medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. These eBooks are also not designed to suit anyone with injuries or health problems.

Users need to stick to the correct trimester eBook to ensure that appropriate exercises are done at their specific stage of pregnancy. If users ever become uncomfortable, out of breath or the exercises feel very difficult, then they should cease all exercise immediately, and consult their medical doctor or gynaecologist.

Flourishing Fit Moms co-founders (Caitlyn de Beer and Robyn Krause) assume no risk for the use of these programs. While the head trainer (Robyn Krause) at Flourishing Fit Moms is registered under the Health Professions council of South Africa (HPCSA) and the Biokinetics Association South Africa (BASA), medical professionals are known to differ on certain beliefs regarding exercise during pregnancy/postpartum and these programmes thus need to be seen as a guideline as they are not individually tailored. Flourishing Fit Moms thus make no warranties as to the accuracy or usefulness of these documents.

The content found in these eBooks is copyright, 2017 © Flourishing Fit Moms, thus these eBooks may not be reproduced in any format (photocopying, recording, electronic, mechanical, broadcasted) or sold without permission from the co-founders of Flourishing Fit Moms.

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  • Pregnancy can be incredibly hard on our bodies. One thing we strongly recommend is to look after your tummy in the process of bump growth. Some mums love bio oil others more natural tummy rubs. @mamamioskincare_sa sell a stunning organic tummy rub which is great for pregnancy. PS: @thrive_za stock this stunning product!
  • If you're looking for a strong core, abs and defined arms then push ups are a GREAT place to start. Ladies push ups are perfect for building strength in your upper body in early mummyhood. We advise doing 15 reps x 3 times once to twice a week
  • New on our blog! Coffee With Jen - A nurse and mum to Carter, living in Cape Town. Follow the link in our bio to read this inspiring post..
  • Any new mums following us?? Sending you tons of love in these early days of motherhood. Know that the mixture of emotions that you are feeling are so normal...even the frustration (you are not ungrateful..just a mom). ❤❤
  • Celebrate YOU. Its tough to love our mommy bodies, new facial lines/scarring and the odd gray hair but we do it not just for ourselves but for our kids and for their growing self esteems. What we model is what they learn and ultimately often become. Be the BEST example of self love for their sake ❤
  • Robs' daughter, Indie's, 1st swim at 2 months old ❤