PreNatal Vinyasa Yoga
(Appropriate for all 3 trimesters with Doctor’s approval to exercise.)
This class is designed for women who already have a strong yoga practice and who would like to continue it throughout their pregnancy. This is a vigorous class emphasizing breath and asanas that are designed to help ease common pregnancy discomforts, strengthen the muscles needed for labor & delivery and increase circulation for improved energy efficiency. A regular practice throughout pregnancy provides the ability to maintain or achieve a strong, flexible and centered body, mind and spirit in an ever changing physical form. Although yoga is a safe form of exercise for pregnant women, every woman’s body is different and requires attention and awareness during any exercise to ensure the body’s well being. Please obtain permission from your doctor, midwife or health provider before doing any prenatal exercise and most importantly, listen to your body.
I’ve enjoyed guiding numerous PreNatal Yoga classes for yoga studios, doula centers, workshops for Google & You Tube, and private sessions before baby arrives. I’m currently volunteering my PreNatal Yoga services for the 2nd year for a program with pregnant teens, TAPP. Please let me know if you would like to book a private PreNatal Yoga session or if there is a new soon-to-be mama group setting you would like to arrange this for.
PostNatal Yoga – Bring your baby! (Newborn to Pre-crawling)
Enjoy getting back into your yoga practice with your little one by your side (4-wks after vaginal & 6-wks after cesarean births). It will feel great to get out of the house to connect with women who also recently gave birth. Safely regain muscle-tone, strength and flexibility. Your baby will also benefit from being exposed to this pattern of dedication to exercise, relaxation, love and happiness. During class, you are invited to tend to your baby at any time. When appropriate, you’ll learn a little bit of baby yoga and infant massage too!
“And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed
into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.”