Yoga during Pregnancy

Cherry Blossom

"Your heart knows the way, run in that direction."

Rumi

Pricing


£10 per class


Or £54 for a term of six classes





Timing


Wednesdays: 5.30-6.45pm


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


Time to honour and nurturte yourself in community with other women


Pregnancy is both ordinary and extraordinary. Each and every pregnancy is unique just as each and every women is. I will support you to enjoy and appreciate your expanding body as it moves through the various stages of pregnancy, listen and trust your intuition and deepen your bond with your baby.


This is a group where you will be able to practice Yoga in community with other mums-to-be, with practices specifically adapted for women during pregnancy. These classes are offered as a support during pregnancy and to prepare physically, emotionally and spiritually for birth and motherhood. Everyone is welcome regardless of perceived ability or how you choose to birth.


We will practice postures to promote strength and flexibility of muscles, to give you a deeper insight into your pregnancy, gentle breathing exercises to calm and boost vitality that you will, if you want, be able to use during birth and guided visualisations and meditations to support a sense of deep rest.


This group is suitable for women who are in their second and third trimester. If you are in your first trimester and would like to start Yoga, please contact me to book a free consultation for an individual session. 


Benefits of Yoga during pregnancy


  • Increase tone and flexibility of muscles, including pelvic floor muscles
  • Build core strength
  • Learn how to manage stress
  • Honour your pregnancy
  • Deepen your bond with your baby
  • Support a restful sleep
  • Reduce back pain and strengthen back muscles
  • Build a support network of other mums
  • Develop, nurture and embrace the journey to motherhood
  • Learn to listen to your body and trust your intution
  • Build stamina of the breath in preparation for labour and birth


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