Melanie 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. She began offering programs on the North Shore in 2007.
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.
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Mobile baby or tot? Two little ones? Join us for Stroller Fitness at Ambeside park in West Van. For all fitness levels, babies 4 weeks-2 years old welcome! Info
New Participants are welcome at any time! If you register after a start date, the facility will pro-rate your fees.
If you are new to Fit 4 Two®, please check out FAQs or feel free to contact email@example.com any time. We are Pre and Postnatal Fitness Specialists and helping moms and moms-to-be is why we do what we do.
Makeup Class Policy: We understand that you might miss a class. If you are registered for a program, you can make up one (1) classe per session. This class must be made up in the North Shore territory within 30 days of the missed class.You will need to get a signed makeup class card from your instructor. No makeup class card = no makeup class.
Sea Side Stroller Fitness at Ambeside park in West Van. For all fitness levels, babies 4 weeks-2 years old welcome!
The workouts were challenging and fun at the same time. Nadyne is a great coach who motivates you while still being respectful of your postnatal needs. I felt I was really getting what I needed from this program physically and spiritually. Nadyne fosters a sense of community and inclusion with the mama's who come to her class. Johanne N.