Specializing in training for pregnant and postpartum women, as well as moms in all stages of life.

Every session designed for your individual needs


Prenatal Training

  • Deep core training to prepare for labor and expedite recovery

  • Functional strength training to prepare for motherhood

  • Cardiorespiratory conditioning

Postpartum Training

  • Core recovery work

  • Functional strength training related to activities of parenthood

  • Exercises geared to return to pre-pregnancy form

"Mommy and Me" Sessions

  • Learn how to safely use your baby as a weight during exercises

  • Enhances bond between parent and child

  • Eliminate the need for a babysitter

Other Personal Training Services

  • Core Stabilization

  • Postural and alignment education

  • Full body strength training

  • Fitness assessments

  • Dynamic balance training

Virtual and in-person workouts.
Gym located in Altamonte Springs, FL.


How long are the sessions?

The initial evaluation (first session) is 1 hour long. All other sessions are 50 minutes.

What are the accepted forms of payment?

Zelle is the preferred payment method. Venmo is also accepted. Your payments could be eligible for HSA/FSA reimbursement.

How much do sessions cost?

Pricing is based off of how many sessions per week you choose to do. Contact Total Core Reform today find out about current prices.

Does Total Core Reform only offer in-person sessions?

Total Core Reform offers in-person, virtual and hybrid options for personal training sessions.

If I choose to do virtual sessions, what type of equipment is needed?

No equipment is required, HOWEVER, it is beneficial to have therabands and a door anchor. Total Core Reform can provide a short list of recommended, inexpensive items to make the most out of your sessions.

Am I allowed to bring my baby to the personal training sessions?

Most clients like to use the personal training sessions as "me" time. However, your baby is definitely welcome if you don't have childcare or don't want to leave your newborn behind. Total Core Reform has a small safe space set up next to the gym for your baby to hang out while you work out.

What needs to be done before I have my initial evaluation?

Three forms need to be completed before having your initial evaluation: intake form, physician consent form and a liability waver.

The intake form allows Total Core Reform to learn about you! Total Core Reform requires anyone who is pregnant or within a year postpartum to receive medical clearance to participate in personal training sessions. Please keep in mind that it may take some doctors about a week to sign this form.

What do I need to bring to the sessions?

Gym shoes and water to stay hydrated. If you are pregnant, it may be a good idea to bring a small snack.


Dr. Nicole Filipiak, PT, DPT, NASM-CPT

As an experienced physical therapist practicing since 2015, I have dedicated my professional career to helping individuals regain functional mobility and improve their quality of life. My background in healthcare, working with patients recovering from orthopedic injuries, and pelvic/ abdominal surgeries gives me a unique perspective with my transition into the fitness industry.In a span of two years, I have fully recovered from two cesarean sections and an additional abdominal surgery. This has shifted my interests to gaining a deeper understanding of the body during the pre and postpartum journey. I furthered my training by becoming a NASM personal trainer and completed the Pre/Postnatal Performance Training Specialist certification with PROnatal Fitness.As a mom of two, I find it important to create workouts that center around activities that need to be performed on a daily basis with my kids. I hope to empower women to advocate for themselves and allow them the time and space to grow stronger during their pre/postnatal journey, as well as other stages of life.


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