Women In Motion offers outdoor fitness classes for women – Bootcamp, Prenatal and Postnatal, held online and in-person at our Den Bosch, Berlicum and Den Dungen locations. Our classes are beginner and baby friendly.
We know how busy life can get! So many things to do, appointments and even more to arrange! It can be challenging to find time to do something just for you! Sounds familiar? That’s what we are here for!
Women in Motion is here to create that little moment for you! Whether it’s time to do a workout, time to focus on you or to re-load & to re-charge, our outdoor fitness classes will help you feel good and find more time for yourself!
And the best thing is when you feel good, your surrounding will benefit too. Contact Us and join one of our outdoor fitness classes today!
– Women in Motion-
“Enjoy being you”
A skilled, positive sports enthusiast based in London
An experienced, sporty team builder based in The Netherlands!
Our HIIT outdoor fitness class is a general total body workout for you and other all women! Yes, all levels can attend! Everyone works at her own level. HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training which means we’ll be working on building & improving your general strength level and endurance. If this sounds too technical: all you need to remember is that working out will make you feel better!
Our Postnatal outdoor fitness class focuses on recovering, feeling good and getting back in shape in a responsible way. Slowly working on general fitness, feeling stronger and fit (again). We feel that by working out together you’ll be able to get to know other local mums. We welcome women to attend our workouts from > 6 weeks after giving birth but we strongly recommend you to wait until you’ve seen your doctor for your postnatal check-up.
Our Pregnant outdoor fitness class is a total body workout especially made for pregnant women! All exercises are low impact & adjusted to your changing body. Our focus is help you to stay fit and remain your strength & endurance. This will not just help you during pregnancy but also when giving birth and your postnatal recovery.