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Fitmomease, a group that supports happy and healthy moms is offering a Fitness and Nutrition Support Group for New Moms on the Upper West and Upper East Side. This 8-week course consists of 45 minutes of fitness instruction led by Sheryl Wilson, a Certified Personal Trainer specializing in pre- and post-natal fitness, as well as 45 minutes of nutrition education led by Eve Kecskes, a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist. This group is designed for moms with babies 0-6 months old and in addition to weekly meetings, participants will have email access to Sheryl and Eve. Attendees will also learn how to incorporate healthy eating into their everyday busy lifestyles, lose their "mummy tummy," and obtain a kick-butt total body workout even with their baby.

New Moms Group
Free trial on Friday September 9th
2:00pm
Central Park
Southwest Corner of the Great Lawn.
To register email: info@fitmomease.com.

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