Natal360 helps you to cope better with the demands of pregnancy.

  • pre-natal: assist labour
  • post-natal: reduce post-birth complications
  • reduce pre-birth and post-birth pain, especially back pain
  • improve  deep abdominal and pelvic floor muscle strength
  • improve strength and muscle tone
  • improve  flexibility
  • improve posture
  • reduce the occurrence of incontinence and pelvic floor discomfort


Natal360 is individualized and performed with a well-trained therapist. This is to ensure appropriate supervision and technique correction for safe and effective exercise.

Pre-natal: can be started from 12 weeks of pregnancy. It is important to exercise regularly. Most importantly, safely! Natal360 will help you to strengthen and maintain your pelvic floor muscle strength, as well as maintain general strength and flexibility. This can help reduce your risk of pain and discomfort through the pregnancy, as well as giving you the best chance for a smooth delivery and recovery.


Post-natal: is safe to start from six weeks post-natal, regardless of whether you have had a vaginal or caesarean delivery. Many women strive to lose the weight gained through the pregnancy and to get back good shape. Incorrect exercises and poor technique can actually increase bulging in the lower tummy. It can also increase the size of an abdominal separation (rectus diastasis), and increase your risk of pelvic floor dysfunction (such as incontinence and prolapse) as well as back pain.

You will be required to have a consultation with the doctor to ensure you are safe to start, and to teach you correct technique and exercises.

 Time for a fuller life! 

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American Physical Therapy Association. “Physical therapy exercise program can reduce risk of postnatal depression in new mothers.” ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 23 March 2010.

‘A physical therapy exercise and health education program is effective in improving postnatal well-being and reducing the risk for postnatal depression.’


Effects of Abdominal Exercises on Reduction of Diastasis Recti in Postnatal Women

Sanjivani Ramesh Khandale1 , Deepali Hande2 1 Post Graduate Student, 2Associate Professor, Community Physiotherapy Department, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam College of Physiotherapy, PIMS Loni, Maharashtra, India. International Journal of Health Sciences & Research (  Vol.6; Issue: 6; June 2016

‘The result of this study shows that abdominal exercises are very effective in reducing diastasis recti in early postpartum women and inter recti distance. And support the prescription of an abdominal exercise programme for postnatal women and useful in reducing complications of it.’


Post natal sessions at Physioclinic has improved my condition (Diatasis Recti) quickly and helped me to avoid further injury. Yamuna also shown many exercises and guided me to do it effectively and properly. My therapist Yamuna is warm, friendly, and professional. I would recommend the post natal program one to one to all mothers.

Sabrina Salleh


After my pregnancy, I developed diastasis recti and back pain. Unable to rest well. After coming to Physioclinic, not only resolved my back pain and my abdominal muscles are much stronger! I am able to carry my baby without any back aches and sleep well.

Sharon Woo Xiao Qi


I went to Physioclinic when i was 6 months pregnant. Doctor had suggested me to go to ante-natal program as I have history of slipped disc. I was lucky that throughout the last 3months that I did not get the back pain attack. Thank you Physioclinic for making my pregnancy period a smooth one! And now i am continuing with post-natal.

Nancy Hults