Kayla’s Post-Pregnancy program has been reviewed and endorsed by the following panel of leading obstetricians and exercise physiologists from the US, UK and Australia.
Dr Renee Allen - OBGYN
Dr Allen is a board-certified OBGYN. She’s been practising as a Hospitalist in Atlanta, GA for nearly eight years and holds a faculty appointment in the OBGYN Department of Morehouse School of Medicine as an Adjunct Assistant Professor.
Born in Jamaica and raised in Toronto, Canada, Dr. Allen completed her undergraduate degree at McMaster University in Hamilton, ON Canada. She holds a Master's of Health Science Degree in Community Health and Epidemiology at from the University of Toronto and Medical Degree from Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine. She completed her residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Emory University School of Medicine.
Dr Allen regularly makes media appearances and has been interviewed by CNN Espanol, ReachMD, Girl’s Life Magazine, Fit Pregnancy Magazine, Bustle, Good Housekeeping Magazine, BlackDoctor.org, Motherhood Moment Blog, Healthline.com and Business Women Magazine.
“(Kayla’s Post-Pregnancy program) has my stamp of approval as a safe, effective and intensive post-natal exercise program that produces significant and long-lasting results for the new mother who has been medically cleared by their physician to return to training.“
Dr Dib Datta - Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist
Dib Datta is a Consultant in O&G at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, England. He specialises in menopause & HRT, pelvic organ prolapse, menstrual problems, endometriosis, heavy menstrual bleeding, polycystic ovarian disease, vulval disorders and abnormalities of the cervix.
Dr Datta completed his undergraduate medical training at Calcutta Medical College, obtaining post-graduate qualifications at BJ Medical College. In 1994 he became a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG); and the Royal College of Physicians (RCP).
With extensive experience serving on local, regional and national Boards, Dr Datta was head of the Risk Department for Maternity Services at a large hospital in England from 2005-2015. Committed to research, and is registered as a scientist with the National Institute of Health Research, England.
Dr Dib Datta speaks regularly at national and international conferences and has received a number of awards, prizes and citations.
“As a practising obstetrician with over 30 years of clinical expertise, my view of the SWEAT training programs in maintaining optimum positions during exercise, developing core strength and enhancing mindfulness of the body is conclusively in line with published studies.”
Anabelle Johnstone-Dougall - Clinical Exercise Physiologist
Annabelle Johnstone-Dougall is an Australian Clinical Exercise Physiologist and Sport Scientist practising privately in West London. She focuses on the prescription of exercise as medicine where there is evidence that exercise can improve the clients’ outcome.
Anabelle completed her Honours degree at the University of Queensland and gained experience in rehabilitation clinics in Australia. Her private practice in London includes musculoskeletal rehabilitation, women's health, pregnancy and postpartum exercise programs.
Anabelle’s approach to rehabilitation means providing holistic support to clients throughout their health and fitness journey, including advanced, evidence-based exercise methods and educating clients to independently manage their health.
“The postpartum period is such a unique experience for every woman and the program really takes this into account. For women who are just starting out on their fitness journey post-pregnancy or have had more complicated births, the program offers an entire month of foundation training that focuses on safely strengthening the entire body while improving mobility in key areas and increasing pelvic floor control.”
Kathryn Warr - Women’s Health Physiotherapist
Kathryn Warr is a physiotherapist specialising in women’s health. She founded her own clinic in 2015 to focus on improving the lives of women through every stage of life. Prior to this, her career has been dedicated to women’s health physiotherapy in hospitals and practices in Australia.
Her specialised skills include complex pelvic floor, chronic pelvic pain, prolapse and pessary fittings, pregnancy pelvic girdle pain, Diastasis Recti and postnatal checks, including return to exercise.
Kathryn regularly updates her skills at national conferences and seeks out the latest research in women’s and post-partum health.
“The team at SWEAT have worked closely with myself and other healthcare providers to ensure their program hits the mark for what new mums need in preparation for return to their pre-pregnancy exercise regime… With a cleverly designed “Foundation” program for those at higher risk of pelvic floor disorders and abdominal muscle weakness, the program focuses on inclusion for ALL women regardless of where she finds herself in her postnatal journey”.