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.
Jane’s Walks are free, locally organized walking tours, in which people get together to explore, talk about and celebrate their neighbourhoods. Where more traditional tours are a bit like walking lectures, a Jane’s Walk is more of a walking conversation. Leaders share their knowledge, but also encourage discussion and participation among the walkers. More Info
Melanie from Fit 4 Two is leading this Janes walk as a Stroller Fitness class. Our focus is health and building community for new families. Everyone is welcome but RSVP is required so we have enough equipment.
What to expect: Intervals of power walking, cardio drills and strength training. We teach progressively so all fitness levels are welcome.
Who should attend: Parents/caregivers with babies/tots/preschoolers who like being in the stroller and who want to celebrate their community.
Register online or call 604-719-7981
Fit 4 Two® sometimes hosts special events such as baby fairs, free trials or community celebrations.Open full description in a new window »
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"I signed up for both Fit 4 Two Prenatal Yoga and Prenatal Fitness. Between the two, I feel like I'm getting the perfect combo of stretching/relaxation as well as good cardio and strength to prepare for childbirth. Love it!" - Marie Jacobson