“Breast is best” when it comes to feeding newborn babies, exclusively until they are at least 6 months old. It can bolster babies’ immune systems and reduce their risk of infections, allergies, obesity and diabetes.

It is possible that the increased maternal bonding may alter babies’ stress response and make breastfed infants more resilient when they have stressful experiences.

Women who breastfeed have a lower incidence of breast cancer, heart disease, diabetes and hypertension too. It also helps in shedding postpartum weight.



Diet plan

Follow ups

Continuous support


Lactation depletes the mother of vital nutrients. Some nutrients in breast milk depend on the mothers diet. Breast milk is your babys first vaccine. Therefore, the diet must be adequate in all nutrients to maintain the mother’s and baby’s health. Slow, steady weight loss post delivery is recommended to allow a healthy return to pre pregnancy weight without affecting milk quality and supply.


Pre exercise evaluation

1-on-1 training (Conducted by an experienced physiotherapist who specialises in postnatal fitness)


Commonly seen issues in new mothers are:

  • Back pain 
  • Decreased bone density
  • Urinary incontinence 
  • Decreased muscle strength
  • Increased laxity of ligaments   
  • Faulty posture

How does exercise help?

  • Strength training exercises improves muscle tone as well as bone density.
  • Postural correction training prepares mother for physically demanding events post child birth such as holding, lifting and caring for her baby.

Clearance by the gynaecologist and a detailed screening by a qualified physiotherapist well versed with postnatal exercise programs are required before starting any program.

Our postnatal exercise experts can address all your exercise related concerns and structure a suitable plan for you.


Conducted online by a Clinical Psychologist

Couple counselling

Concerns with breastfeeding

New mothers have a lot to deal with! Sometimes a process as natural as breastfeeding may not be established successfully with some mothers. Our lactation counsellor can help you overcome these concerns and track the baby’s developmental milestones.

Postpartum depression stands roughly at 22% amongst Indian women. If you are experiencing mental health issues, our team of psychologists can assist you with identifying the problem and provide effective coping strategies.


Ashu Raghuwanshi

Started my online postnatal training program with Dr Anuja Mhatre just when I was 3 months postpartum.. It has been a great learning experience for me.. Dr Anuja is highly professional and sessions with her are always fun.. She has helped me tremendously in reaching my fitness goals.. Forever grateful.. I highly recommend her !

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