Expand the Baby Booty workout with a new Maine studio

Baby Booty Workout is getting bigger. The Maine-based fitness and community class launched in 2021. It has now expanded to New England and is putting down roots in Portland. Maine parents and caregivers working with their babies have a new space to call home, Baby Booty Workout Studios along Forest Avenue in Portland. “A 30-minute workout based on the daily motions of parenthood. So, we came up with the idea. I realized I was squatting a lot. I’d stop at my hips and put them in the bathtub. Oh, that’s a workout,” said Molly Brubaker, founder and owner of Baby Booty Workout. It was launched by Maine mom, Molly Brubaker, in June of 2021. It has since expanded to classrooms in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, on Zoom and a new Portland studio. The exercise isn’t just for moms and kids. It’s open to all caregivers: moms and dads. And parents, nannies, grandparents, postpartum, prenatal, and even parents or families who don’t necessarily want to bring their babies. Everyone is welcome. Every move and delegate has adjustments for all levels. Babies from five weeks to 3 years old can join. You can wear your baby in a carrier Or just let him run and play. Parents say it’s more than just sweating, but provide a social circle after each 30-minute socializing class. “It’s really good to have a sense of community,” said mom Shelly Mumaw-Bak. And to have people you know… you can count on. I work from home full time actually. So I come here when I can. “Get out of the house – you have to get out of the house,” said mother Kayla Herzl. “I needed to be around other moms. I needed to be validated by other moms and let them know what I was thinking and how I was feeling. And for other moms, understanding that I’m there with you. It’s so hard,” said Baby Booty trainer and mom Alexa Sing. Brubaker wants to make the new space also available for workshops and parents’ resources. “Different providers: like pelvic floor physical therapists, lactation consultants, sleep consultants, postpartum doulas, so we share a lot of that information,” Brubaker said. Handle every baby step and biceps together.

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Baby Booty Workout is getting bigger. This Maine-based fitness and community class is starting in 2021.

It has now expanded to New England and is establishing its roots in Portland.

Maine parents and caregivers who work with their children have a new space to call home.

It’s Baby Booty Workout studios along Forest Avenue in Portland.

“A 30-minute workout based on the daily motions of parenthood. So, we came up with the idea. I realized I was squatting a lot. I’d stop at my hips and put them in the bathtub. Oh, that’s a workout,” said Molly Brubaker, founder and owner of Baby Booty Workout.

Launched by Maine mom, Molly Brubaker, in June of 2021.

It has since been expanded to include classes in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, on Zoom and a new Portland studio.

Exercise isn’t just for moms and babies. It’s open to all caregivers: parents, dads, nannies, grandparents, postpartum, prenatal, and even parents or families who don’t necessarily want to bring their children. Everyone is welcome.

Each movement and rep has modifications for all levels. Children from five weeks old to three years old can join. You can wear your baby in a carrier or just let him run and play.

It’s more than just sweating, parents say, but it provides a social circle after each 30-minute socializing class.

“It’s really good to have a sense of community. To have people you know…you can count on,” said mother Shelly Momaw Pak.

“I work from home actually full time. And so I come here when I can, and it makes a big difference. Get out — you need to get out,” said mom Kayla Herzl.

“I needed to be around other moms. I needed to be validated by other moms and tell them what I was thinking and how I was feeling. And for other moms, I understand that I’m right there with you. It’s so hard,” said the Baby Booty trainer and mom Alexa Sing.

Brubaker wants to make the new space also available for workshops and parents’ resources.

“The different providers: like pelvic floor physical therapists, lactation consultants, sleep consultants, postpartum doulas, so we share a lot of that information,” Brubaker said.

Handle every baby step and biceps together.

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