See how, together with the Devon Partnership Trust, we are helping new mums and mums to be with physical and mental health support.
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Women's Health Physiotherapist Helena Costiff joins Active Devon's Hannah and Gareth to discuss key issues that often go under the radar.
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For mums-to-be, here's some useful information on being active whilst pregnant. You'll find activity ideas, key benefits, plus lots more.
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The conflicting advice and confusion around whether it’s safe to be physically active during pregnancy.
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