Dee is one of those women who confesses to skipping gym class throughout her school years. It wasn't until later in life, when she met her jock husband, that she became even remotely interested in anything related to fitness. Then in 2001, Dee entered a 12-week body transformation contest and she surprised everyone - including herself - by successfully placing 4th out of hundreds of competitors! She has never looked back.
Dee considers herself to be a true testimony to pre and postnatal fitness. She was very active throughout her pregnancy, all the while proudly sporting her "Birth is Not an Illness" T-shirt at the gym. Dee welcomed little Ryder into the world in January 2004 and within 6 weeks she was back at the gym. Since becoming a mom, Dee has reached her personal best in fitness. Now, she wants to share her love of fitness and all things "birthy" with other women.
Dee has over 8 years professional work experience as a Labour Doula, Post-Partum Doula and a Certified Breastfeeding Counselor. She also served as Vice-President of the BC Doula Services Association. Additionally, Dee has pursued post-secondary studies in psychology, food and nutrition. Most recently, Dee became a stylist with Yummy Mummy Makeovers so she could continue working with moms, but offer a completely different service that helped women to love their bodies.
Dee makes it a priority in her classes to help participants make connections in class. Motherhood can be an isolating experience. Moms need comrades! Many long lasting and meaningful friendships have come out of her classes.
Dee has been featured on Breakfast Television, CBC's Living Vancouver, in Metro Vancouver Newspaper and in British Columbia Magazine.
Dee firmly believes that healthy moms are healthy role models for their children.
February is Pregnancy Exercise and Awareness Month. Attend a FREE Prenatal Yoga Class at UBC on Feb 16. Space is limited. RSVP to email@example.com
Beautiful Westside Vancouver locations. Join me at the new UBC Wesbrook Village Community Centre for stroller fitness or Kits Beach for stroller fitness and stroller bootcamp. I've also got mom and baby spin and strength and Tummies 4 Mommies at the Kits Community Centre. Fit 4 Two is at Marpole Community Centre now too. Get a great workout and make new friends in your community.
Now you can get in an extra workout or make up a missed class more easily. I will be offering 1 free bonus stroller class a month on a Friday for registered participants in any Westside postnatal class. Not registered? You can drop-in for $15.50. Check the schedule for dates. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Registration saves you money, guarantees you a space in the class, strengthens your commitment to your fitness goals,
Have an active and enjoyable pregnancy. Prenatal aquafit at UBC is an invigorating workout and a fun way to meet other moms-to-be.
Click to see our Westside class schedule.
INTRODUCTION TO INFANT MASSAGE WORKSHOPS
Private classes and private group classes available in the comfort of your own home. The instructor will provide oil and handouts. One 60 minute session to teach you the basics and get you started.
5-7 Adults $25 per family
8-12 Adults $20 per family
Discount for the host family. Contact Dee for further information.
Pregnant? Email email@example.com for your FREE copy of Prenatal Fitness Guidelines.
New mom? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for your FREE copy of Postnatal Fitness Guidelines.
We hate to cancel good classes, but...If we don't meet our minimum registration 48 hours before the start date, then that's what we have to do. Register early and avoid disappointment.
Looking for the perfect gift? Going to a baby shower? Mother's Day? Give the gift of fitness, friendship and fun with a Fit 4 Two gift certificate. Available in any denomination. Contact email@example.com for info.
Thanks so much for introducing us to the wonderful world of infant massage! I have been practicing and am excited to make this part of our routine. I appreciated the way you talked about the strokes and also the ways we can respect our babies in the process.