Centred Mums specialist pregnancy and postnatal classes in St Albans allow a supportive, non-competitive environment for you to develop your practice. Pilates is a perfect form of exercise during and after your pregnancy – both for you and your growing baby. It supports you through postural changes and improves muscle tone, strength and mobility. You will work on posture and alignment, breathing techniques and relaxation as well as understanding and working with your pelvic floor. We will work with you functionally to enable you to transfer what you have learned to make positive changes in your everyday lives.


Hello, I am Grace Lillywhite and I’m the creator of Centred Mums, exciting and innovative Pilates and Nutrition programmes and classes in St Albans, designed to support women throughout their motherhood journey. I have been working with this wonderful population of women for the last eight years and can’t imagine doing anything more enjoyable or rewarding. I have been teaching Pilates for 12 years. I am a Faculty member of The Center for Women’s Fitness, a member of the Guild of Pregnancy and Postnatal Exercise, a mum of two gorgeous girls and I am constantly challenging myself with new training to bring the best possible classes to my clients.

My sole intention is to spread the word to all women that pregnancy and postnatal exercise, wellness and nutrition is vital and life changing. The way you treat your body during the pregnant and postnatal years is something that will stay with you for the rest of your life. I want to teach as many women as I can how to look after their pregnant and postnatal bodies and how to connect to their core to enable them to exercise safely, effectively and in a way that is sustainable for the rest of their lives.

I want to connect with you if you are pregnant or have EVER been pregnant (even if that was 20 years ago!) but haven’t felt that you have been able to connect to your core since. If you have abdominal separation, pelvic floor issues (a little bit of wee is NOT normal!), are unsure how to manage pain when exercising then please get in touch as I believe I can help you!