Melanie Glaim-Osmack began Fit 4 Two in 2003 out of a passion to help women enjoy active pregnancies. With the birth of her son came the addition of postnatal fitness classes. It wasn't long before Melanie realized that her classes were more than physical fitness. They provided a safe place for women to ask questions, share their thoughts and support one another.
In 2006, Melanie created the opportunity for women in other communities to attend Fit 4 Two classes by franchising. While her business was growing so was her family. In late 2006, Baby Olivia joined Big Brother Caden.
Melanie continues to break the myths around pregnancy and exercise by training certified fitness instructors and personal trainers to become pre and postnatal fitness specialists, writing for various publications and speaking at Fitness Conferences.
Welcome to Fit 4 Two Vancouver DT/False Creek! We have 8 awesome classes happening this winter. Check out the schedule on the right. See a class you like? Click 'info' for full details.
February is Pregnancy & Exercise Awareness Month! We are celebrating with some free trials for new prenatal participants February 6-8. RSVP required.
NEW! Intake forms are now online. Please complete the appropriate form before attending your first class: Prenatal or Postnatal.
Instructor Positions Available: Prenatal Barre, Mom & Baby Barre, Prenatal Yoga
Makeup Class Policy: We understand that you might miss a class or two. If you are registered for a regularly priced community centre based program, you can make up a maximum of 2 missed classes (space permitting) per session. These classes must be made up in the downtown/false creek territory within 30 days of the missed class. You will need to get a signed makeup class card from your instructor. No makeup class card = no makeup class.
New Participants are welcome at anytime. If you register after a start date, the facility will pro-rate your fees. See announcements on the right for important info about joining classes that have already started.
"Exercise essential part of modern prenatal care." - Dr. Maureen Kennedy MD, CCFP, FCFP, Dip. Sport Med. Read full article.