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Looking for workouts to help you feel strong throughout your pregnancy, prepare you for birth and have an easier postpartum recovery?

Enter the Vibrantly You® Pregnancy Program

Pregnancy is an exciting, yet nerve wracking time. 

Your body is changing and growing and you’re envisioning what life is going to look like when this little baby makes its appearance. 

But it also comes with so many questions….a big one being “what do I need to avoid to keep me and my baby safe and healthy?”

If you’re here, you’ve probably found yourself googling “pregnancy safe workouts” or asking your doctor what kind of workouts you should be avoiding, just to be told to “listen to your body” or “don’t do anything you didn’t do before pregnancy.”

Sound familiar?

This program is for you if you’re:

  • not working out because everything is confusing and overwhelming 

  • wanting to be active, but you’re nervous you’re going to do something to hurt the baby or yourself 

  • starting to notice low back and pelvic girdle pain and stretches and rest aren’t helping 

  • struggling to have any sort of energy, and sleep is hard to come by 

  • feeling powerless or a sense of loss of control as your body changes and grows 

  • just wanting to feel somewhat like yourself and be able to enjoy your pregnancy both physically and mentally


"I love how effective these workouts are and that you're very clear about when/how we should breathe for each move, it's extremely helpful!"

"I've been doing the workouts for a few weeks now and they're helping soooooo much with my pelvic pain! Thank you so much!"

What you can expect from this program:

  • making it to the end of the day with less low back and pelvic girdle pain

  • easily able to walk up the stairs and around the block without feeling winded

  • having the ability to bend down, lift your toddler, and do other household chores/daily tasks with ease

  • feel strong and confident in your changing body 

  • having a complete understanding of the role your anatomy plays in childbirth so you know the best positions to labor and push in

  • head into labor and birth with complete trust in your body's ability to birth your baby

  • decreasing the severity of perineal tearing as well as reducing the risk of interventions during birth (such as c-section)

  • lowering your risk of developing injury-based Diastasis Recti and pelvic floor dysfunction after birth

  • having a quicker and easier postpartum recovery


This is the information I WISH I had when I was pregnant with my first (and I actually went through this program myself while pregnant with my second!) If you're ready to trust the process and learn how to work WITH your body to build strength throughout pregnancy and beyond...this program is for you.

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What you get:

  • 30+ follow-along style workout videos (20-30 mins long) with the flexibility to pick workouts that fit your schedule 

  • Optional workout calendars 

  • Video Educational video modules on pelvic floor and core and birth mechanics 

  • 30+ page ebook detailing what to expect heading into birth and how to accommodate different pregnancy aches and pains 

  • 10 mouth-watering recipes per trimester (30 total) to nourish yourself and your growing baby (developed by Pre/Postnatal Nutritionist Caitlin Cipriano) 

  • 3 nutrition educational modules (prenatal nutrition 101, how to manage common pregnancy complaints, and mindful eating throughout pregnancy)

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How long are the workouts?

We know you're low on energy (and have a million other things to worry about right now).  Each full-length workout is 20-30 minutes.

What equipment do I need?

You'll want a set of dumbbells, a loop resistance band, long resistance band with handles, and a large yoga ball/swiss ball. The workouts can be done in the comfort of your home, or in the gym.

Will this benefit me if I'm already in my 3rd trimester?

Absolutely! This program covers exactly what to expect in all 3 stages of labor as well as how to prep your pelvic floor, and techniques to help the baby descend into the pelvis. All of the workouts are safe for the 3rd trimester and can be done up until you go into labor!

How often should I do the workouts?

It is recommended to workout 2-3x a week during pregnancy. If you're in your third trimester, we recommend doing the Birth Prep/Mobility workout at least once a week.

Does it come with a meal plan?

Do I get direct access to Meg for questions?

You will have direct email and DM access to Meg for questions as they arise. If you want personalized support, check out 1:1 Prenatal Fitness Training

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