A successful pre/postnatal fitness program is rewarding in many ways!
There is great satisfaction in helping women through their childbearing experience in a healthy and meaningful way. Over time, you can grow your business as moms and toddlers move into new life phases.
Our purpose is to assist you develop a successful program with your local clientele.
We have helped many well-known programs get their start by training the founders, as well as providing consulting or advising services for such groups as Belly-N-Kicks, Baby Boot Camp, Birth Dancing, Stroller Strides, Fifteen to Fit pregnancy, Belly Queen, Expecting Fitness, Let’s Dance Together, Belly Cat, OmMama and many more.
Read on for more information on preparing your program.
We help you prepare programs for this special population, plan & budget, plus attract this unique market. Learn where and how to find, recruit and retain this market.
This means you must spend some time understanding how to run the business as well as how to run classes.
You need qualified teachers, energetic sales, good bookkeeping and smart advice.
With over 30 years experience, we are prepared to help you with these processes. We help you get going, then are here if you have questions, but don’t have our hands in your pockets all the time.
Steps for Setting Up Your Program
1. Your first step in developing a program is to consider your needs.
- Do you need a license?
- Do you need consulting?
- Who will teach your program?
- Where will your program be located?
2. The second step is to review license information and services that come with it. This can be obtained by contacting the director.
3. Third is to train teachers. Once you have identified potential teachers, we can train them at a modest cost. Click on the Teacher Training to find out about this procedure.
Once you have determined whether you want a license, and arranged for your teacher(s) and their training, we assist you in establishing your program mainly through our licensing and consulting services. Click on these pages for more information.
Let us hear from you. We can help you through this process by asking questions that help you determine if this type of work is a good fit for you, your business or your institution. Contact us at email@example.com or call 203–481-2200.