Meet Sarah and the team from Pram Power.
Meet Our Team
Kate focussed her passion for sport and fitness into becoming qualified as a Personal Trainer while she was a SAHM for her two girls Cassia & Estelle. Here's a short video about why Kate became a personal trainer and joined Pram Power.
Kate will be leading our Pram Power Inner West classes in Dulwich Hill and Redfern and training the ladies at Mum Power!more
The lovely Tara is our Glebe and Redfern trainer. Tara was a PT at Fitness First Bond St until having her little man Bryce. She joined Pram Power classes to exercise with her baby and enjoyed them so much, she decided to join our trainer team! We are super excited to have her on board.
Tara is also working behind the scenes as our instagram guru. If you haven't already, follow us on insta @prampower for some cool content.more
I love helping mums get moving. I love seeing how they feel better from coming to a class, seeing them smile, enjoying exercise. Telling me how they appreciate the class and feel better from doing it.
I have always found that exercise helps me feel better and helps me cope with the day to day. I know what it’s like to not feel well. In 2010 I was recovering from cancer surgery and really not in a good way. It made me reassess what I was going to do when I was well enough to return to work. I decided to change careers and enrolled in a personal training course.
Becoming a Personal trainer for me was about helping people through exercise. After having my son I knew I wanted to specialise in helping mums, especially mums in that time after having their baby. It can be an isolating and overwhelming time. It is also a very physical job and exercise definitely helps with the physical demands of being a mum.
I am energised being around people. I love the fact that our classes are also about social connection, going for coffee, being around other mums.
I started Pram Power because this type of Mum & baby exercise class didn’t exist in Sydney. I wanted to exercise with my baby, bring him to work with me and also have the babies be part of the class so we sing songs, rhymes and lots of counting. The babies are learning by watching and listening and Mum gets to do something for her.
It lights me up doing the classes. I get in my zone. It fits with my values of health and wellbeing and helping people. I can empathise with the mums in the class. I want the mums to understand that exercise is so important for your own health - for your mental health and your body. We want to be there for our kids so we need to look after ourselves, be good role models and show them that exercise is important and fun.
When Pram Power helps a new mum exercise who may not have done so without being part of our classes, then we are achieving our mission to help mums get moving so they lose the baby weight and feel great.