Mama Yoga

Cherry Blossom

Pricing


£10 per class

or £54 for a term of six classes



Timing


Wednesdays: 11am-12.15pm


Next term begins on 7th April 2021 until 12th May (online via Zoom)


'The only real valuable thing is intuition' Albert Einstein

Reconnect with Yourself

Regain your Strength

Support your adjustment to Motherhood


Becoming a mother, whether it is for the first or third time, is a huge change, sometimes even a shock, emotionally, physically and mentally. It is an incredible journey, however it can feel difficult to carve out time for ourselves. And at this crucial time when we have a baby who needs us, it is maybe even more vital to resource ourselves with healing, strengthening and nourishing Yoga practices for our bodies, minds and hearts. 


Post-natal Yoga is designed to support you to reconnect with yourself, recover, help you regain your strength and adjust to your role as a mother. Yoga practices will be gentle yet effective, adapted to suit new mums to address the physical and emotional challenges many new mothers face, from lack of sleep and heightened sensitivity to celebrating your body's incredible journey. Yoga practices will be also be offered that can be easily and simply integrated into your daily life with your baby.


Mamas are at the heart of these classes and of course pre-crawling babes are very welcome and included too! (When classes are online crawling and walking babes are welcome too!!).


Everything is welcome in these classes, as it is important you feel you are able to give yourself and your baby(ies) what you / they need.


Classes are generally suitable once you have had your post-natal check up and generally for a vaginal birth from 6 weeks and for a C-section birth from 8 weeks. Although Yoga is generally safe, everybody is different, so it is important to consult with your healthcare practitioner before starting Yoga.


Benefits of Post-Natal Yoga

  • Stabilise the pelvis and lower back
  • Strengthen abdominal and pelvic floor muscles
  • Releases tension in the back, shoulders and neck muscles from sitting, feeding, lying
  • Helps to improve posture
  • Support restful, deep sleep when there is an opportunity for it
  • Learn how to rest even when we are busy doing
  • Decreases overall stress and promotes relaxation
  • Navigate the emotional highs and lows
  • Rejuvenates the mind and increases energy
  • Builds patience and inner-calm
  • Supports you to integrate your birth experience and adjust to motherhood
  • Learn breathing techniques that can support you
  • Brings fun and pleasure to both YOU and baby
  • Time to connect with yourself through your body
  • Bond with your baby 
  • Help you to build your community and meet new mums


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