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A Message from Sue:

When we started to compile this list almost 15 years ago it was really difficult to find information about aquanatal and I was involved in running regular classes. Now, my career has taken a different turn and I am no longer closely involved with aquanatal although I continue to enthuse about its benefits for women in pregnancy. The Internet has become much more accessible in that time and pretty much all providers of aquanatal have their own presence in the Web. For these reasons I have decided that I will no longer maintain these lists after the end of 2016.

If anyone out there would like to take over the maintenance of aquanatal.co.uk I would be happy to hand over the domain registration and the lists that we have. If you are interested just send us an email via the contact page on the left.

I wish all the providers well and I am sure that they will go on helping women find the benefits of aquanatal exercise for many years to come.

Sue 8 October 2016

My name is Sue. I became a Midwife after becoming a Mum and I am also an Aquanatal Instructor, which I trained for after qualifying in Midwifery. I became interested in Aquanatal when I was expecting my first baby. That baby is now 24 years old! I found it fairly difficult to find out about local classes and after completing my training, I decided to try and help other Mums to find classes more easily. I also wanted to be able to tell Mums just how wonderful Aquanatal is and about the benefits that it brings to pregnant and postnatal women. Aquanatal is one of the things that we offer at
Storks, which is unique in offering enhanced midwifery care and complementary therapies to ladies in the Thames Valley.

Please note that if we have information on a class it is posted here on the relevant page. Occasionally ladies call to ask if I know of a class near to them. If I do, the information is here, otherwise I am afraid I don't! Also, just to avoid any doubt, the managers of this site have no direct connection with any of the classes listed. We are just trying to get a set of information together in one place.

Please let us have your comments regarding this site and Aquanatal in general.

Site Last Updated 9 December 2016.

Important All information at aquanatal.co.uk is provided in good faith and is correct to the best of our knowledge. However the authors of the site cannot be held responsible for any loss, damage or inconvenience caused by inaccuracies or omissions. If you intend to join a class we strongly suggest that you call the venue in order to make sure that the class is still operating on the day and at the time we have listed. Wherever possible we have listed a telephone number in order to facilitate this.

If you have the slightest doubt about the advisability of participating in aquanatal classes you must discuss the matter with your midwife or GP.

Please note also that some information may be specific to the UK. Visitors from other countries should check with their professional advisors if in any doubt.