Kangatraining is on every Monday at 11.00am,  Thursday at 1.00pm and Friday at 10.30am during School Term time.




When to start

You can begin Kangatraining once you have been given the “all clear” from your health professional to resume exercising postpartum. This can be anywhere from 6-10 weeks or slightly longer following a caesarean section. I will ask you to complete a health questionnaire to highlight any concerns so that I can modify the exercises in the workout for you if needed.

Babywearing Safety

Without a doubt, safety is the number one consideration when using a baby carrier. Many popular carriers, although not posing an immediate threat, are not optimally designed to support the natural development of baby’s hips and spine. Babies should be worn in a carrier that ensures that their legs are supported, in an “M” position with knees splayed out, and facing inward towards the wearer.

You are welcome to bring your carrier that our I will assess as to its suitability for the class. I will also assist you in getting the best fit and comfort for you and your baby. There will be demo carriers available at each class to try out or hire on an ongoing basis.

Every Kangatraining instructor works closely with a Babywearing Consultant to ensure correct babywearing practices are met.

Benefits of Kangatraining

  • no need for a babysitter

  • total body workout

  • promotes mother and baby bonding

  • positive outcomes for postnatal depression

  • social, meeting other like-minded mothers

  • relaxed and fun environment

  • creates a support structure

  • promotes healthy mind and body

  • promotes safe and healthy baby wearing


Casual classes are $15 or you have the option of buying a 5 class pass ($50) or a 10 class pass ($100). The class pass gives you flexibilty should you wish to come more than one day or cannot make it to class.

Carrier hire will be free for your first class and $3 anytime thereafter.


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