PREGNANCY YOGA CLASSES

Welcome to my page dedicated to "Mums-to-be" yoga. Firstly, accept my congratulation. You have started new chapter of your life, which can be exciting and at the same time somehow scary, but it will definitely be a grand adventure. I will try support you on this journey and make this part of your life as enjoyable as possible through the gift of yoga.
 
My yoga classes are conducted in a calm and peaceful environment.  Pregnancy yoga is suitable for both beginning students and experienced practitioners. During pregnancy, yoga can play a key role in enhancing the experience of this precious time and empowering the "Mother-to-be" to have the most conscious birth experience. Yoga can help women enjoy their pregnancy with minimal discomfort, cultivate breath awareness and strengthen the body in preparation for labour.
 
Below are some useful facts about pregnancy yoga and my classes. Please read them carefully before booking any class.

Is it okay if I have never practiced yoga before?

 

Yes.

My classes are open to all healthy pregnant women from around 15 weeks gestation, regardless of current yoga practice or experience. If you have any preexisting medical conditions or have had any serious problems during pregnancy, please run this past your GP, before starting the class. Please don’t worry if you have never done yoga before, a lot of the mums will be trying it for the first time and my classes are suitable for all levels. You will find that yoga benefits the mind and body at any point in life.

 

Is it okay to start yoga in the middle of my pregnancy?

 

Yes.

Whether you take yoga through all nine months of your pregnancy or just the third trimester you will notice the benefits before, during and after birth.

 

How far into my pregnancy can I practice yoga?

 

You can continue your yoga practice right up to birth.

 

How will Yoga help my pregnancy and delivery?

 

By strengthening the essential muscles needed for birth, reconnecting with your breath and focusing your mind, the practice of yoga can prepare you for the challenges your labour and birth may bring and open you up to your natural ability to give birth. .

What do I need to bring to the class?

 

Wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing. Mats and props will be provided, but feel free to bring your own, if you have them. Make sure you bring water to sip, as we want to keep nice and hydrated.

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