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What is the Mummy MOT weekend?

mummy mot weekendThe Mummy MOT Weekend includes time out for Mummys to address their health with a specialist post-natal assessment recommended for all women following delivery – whether 6 weeks or many years after. After having a baby, half of all women have a weakness in either their tummy or pelvic floor area – over a third suffer with chronic pelvic pain. This creates instability and poor core strength and results in altered transfer load, back pain, pelvic pain, bladder and bowel weakness.

A Mummy MOT helps women avoid these distressing and often embarrassing symptoms. The assessment by a specialist physiotherapist of the tummy gap and pelvic floor will enable the creation of a bespoke post-natal recovery programme plan devised especially for the woman, her lifestyle and fitness goals, including specific and safe post-natal exercises to regain stability and optimum function.

What does the Mummy MOT Weekend include?

  • Arrival from Friday 2pm
  • Welcome Talk and Drink  6:30 pm
  • 2 healthy buffet breakfasts, 2 healthy buffet lunches and 2 three course evening meals
  • MOT talk, advice and discussion session
  • Personal Mummy MOT assessment ( 45 mins)
  • Mummy MOT Core Restore Class (55 mins)
  • Time Out Meditation Class for Mums (55mins)
  • Mummy MOT Yoga Class ( 55 mins)
  • Use of Champneys facilities

What is the Mummy MOT Assessment?


  • 45 min post-natal assessment with a Specialist Post-natal Health Physiotherapist
  • In depth check of pelvic floor strength and tummy gap
  • Assessment of any physical problems arising from pregnancy and birth
  • A bespoke post-natal recovery programme devised especially for you, your lifestyle and fitness goals. This includes specific and safe post-natal exercises to improve stability, posture and core strength

Who created the Mummy MOT?

Mummy MOT founder, Maria Elliott is a Specialist Post-natal Chartered Physiotherapist and an APPI Pilates instructor. She trained in the US and France and has worked in women's health for over 25 years. She specialises in Pre-natal and Post-natal physiotherapy as well as treating and coaching women with Chronic Pelvic Pain.

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  • "Oh my god I wish I had done The Mummy MOT 5 years ago back pain has gone and my tummy gap is slowly improving"
  • "I would highly recommend The Mummy MOT. It is the most comprehensive assessment and advice session I have ever had."
  • “Five years after my son’s birth I still couldn’t get rid of my ‘mummy tummy’. Maria’s MOT tummy gap exercises have made a real difference – more than anything else I’ve tried.”




  • Arrival from Friday 2pm
  • Welcome Talk and Drink  6:30 pm in the Crystal Room
  • Evening Meal – please book time on arrival


  • Breakfast
  • 9.30-11.00am MOT talk, advice and discussion session in the Crustal Room
  • 11.00am  – 1pm     Use of Champneys facilities / Spa Treatments
  • 1pm-2pm Lunch – Please book at Breakfast
  • 4.30pm – 5.30pm Mummy MOT Core Restore Studio 1
  • Use of Champneys facilities with specialist Mummy-centred activities
  • Evening Meal – Please book at Lunch


  • Breakfast
  • 10-11 am Time Out Meditation Class (55mins) Studio 2
  • 1pm-2pm Lunch – Please book at Breakfast
  • 3-4pm Mummy MOT Yoga Class ( 55 mins) Studio 2
  • Full use of Champneys facilities
  • Depart 4pm


  • 14th-16th July 2017


  • 2 nights stay at Champneys Tring from £499 pp standard single


How to book

  • Ring our friendly team on: 01442 870686 or simply email us



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