Peloton Postnatal

Complete list of Peloton Postnatal Classes & Schedule

Peloton has developed a series of postnatal classes, designed for women returning to working out after pregnancy. At this time there are only yoga & strength classes. Peloton also has a series of prenatal classes as well, that includes cycling, yoga, and strength.

After not adding any new classes since summer of 2022, a few new Peloton postnatal classes & postpartum classes began being added in spring 2023. We can likely look forward to a few more postnatal classes being added to the on-demand library slowly throughout the rest of 2023.

Several of the Peloton postnatal classes are part of a special collection, which can be found on the Peloton platform under collections. These Robin Arzon postnatal classes were curated by Robin as she was going through her own pregnancy (there are also Robin Arzon prenatal classes as well). However, other coaches like Kristin McGee, Emma Lovewell, and Anna Greenberg also teach other postnatal classes as well.

In 2022, Peloton created a special "Strong as a Mother" collection as well. Those classes are included in our lists below, but are part of a new collection "designed with Members in all stages of their motherhood journey in mind." This collection includes classes from Emma, Anna, and Robin - but only has the newer classes from 2022.

Peloton adds new postnatal classes randomly throughout the year, but will usually only add a handful at a time, unless there is a new collection.

Below you'll find a complete list of Peloton's postnatal classes, both rides and strength. This list will continue to be updated as more classes are created.

Complete List of Postnatal Meditation Peloton Classes

Complete List of Postnatal Yoga Peloton Classes

Complete List of Postnatal Strength Peloton Classes

Complete List of Postnatal Cycling Peloton Classes

None at this time

Note - you can find a full list of all other Peloton special interest series & classes here - as well as the list of classes for each series.

Special thanks to @ordinaryallie for wrangling class data.