We also have online classes available. Follow this link to learn more

Need to Know

How the classes work?

You can start coming to The Bump Room any time after your first scan and first trimester which is the best time to start. How late you start in your pregnancy depends on how you are feeling. Many women have started classes at 30+ weeks and have been there on their due dates.

  • The classes run for 6 weeks.
  • The cost for 6 weeks is €90 and the cost reduces by €10 for subsequent blocks.
  • If you would like to try out one of the classes click here view a video lesson
  • To view current guidelines on exercise in pregnancy click here

Is there anyone The Bump Room is not suitable for?

For the vast majority of pregnant women exercise is very safe but there are some medical conditions where exercise in pregnancy is a precaution. The following link outlines these conditions. A thorough health screening is also performed by the physiotherapist before you participate in the classes.

NOTE: If you are pregnant with twins please contact us directly before booking a class. 

How do I register for the classes?

Go to the Classes page of this website to find the nearest class to you where you can book online.

Can I claim back for the classes on my health insurance?

Most physiotherapy services are covered under your private health insurance policies but this varies between health insurers. Receipts are provided.

What do you need for the classes?

The first night you need to bring the completed health screening form for the physiotherapist to do a thorough health assessment. The form is available when you book online. We supply the mats and other small equipment. You will need to bring a gym ball. The gym ball is an essential element of the classes. It is also a useful tool to have for labour.

Please note the correct size ball depends on your height

  • Between 5 feet 2 inches and 5 feet 9- 65cm ball
  • Taller than above- 75cm ball

A quick check if the ball is the correct size is to ensure that when you sit on the ball, your hips are slightly higher than your knees.

You should wear loose comfortable clothing in which you can move easily. A good sports bra is also recommended. In addition we recommend you bring a bottle of water.

Do I need clearance from my doctor?

On the health screening form we will ask you to confirm that you have communicated to your GP and/or Obstetrician that you are attending the classes.

Can I attend if I had or have pelvic girdle pain/symphsis pubis dysfunction/sciatica

Yes, please do. We will help you manage it.