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Merit Health's Wellness Center helping moms-to-be

(The following is a press release from Merit Health Wesley.  Visit www.MeritHealthWellnessCenter.com for more details.)

Women who choose to deliver their babies at Merit Health Wesley enjoy a nine-month complimentary membership to Merit Health Wellness Center. From the time moms first find out about their pregnancy, until they welcome them into the world, Mom-to-be Memberships help keep women physically fit for delivery.

Mom-to-be Memberships include:

• Nine-month free membership to the Wellness Center

• One personal training session per month with an exercise physiologist who will teach you how to exercise safely with baby and mommy in mind

• Access to free prenatal-safe yoga, pilates, yoga fusion, water aerobics and spin classes
Other facility amenities available during this membership are:

• Free Weight Room Orientation 

• Indoor and Outdoor Walking Track

• Indoor Aquatics Center 

• Participation in Fitness Classes - Land Aerobics, Water Aerobics, Pilates, Yoga and Cycling classes available throughout the week

For more information, visit MeritHealthWellnessCenter.com.

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