Pregnancy yoga has many benefits. On a physical level the specially adapted yoga postures will help strengthen tone and create flexibility in the body. The sessions will boast vitality, reduce stress and help relieve common pregnancy ailments such as back ache and fluid retention.
The breathing exercises relax the nervous system and bring increased oxygen to the body and therefore the baby. They are very useful to use during labour to help deal with the contractions.
Movements and positions which are beneficial for each stage of labour are incorporated into the class and each session ends with a relaxation.
The classes are also a great way to meet other mums-to-be who live locally.
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Last updated Aug. 11, 2017, 10:08 p.m. UTC
I've started practicing yoga around 6 years, just after my dad was diagnosed with cancer. Yoga helped me to take some time out for myself and later on deal with the grief. I noticed how I changed, my body as well as my mindset and my stress levels. Over the years I have tried many different styles of yoga with different teachers but have a lot of my roots in Ashtanga yoga. Last year I started a 1 year yoga teacher training with a yoga school in London, where I have learned an awful lot about anything yoga related as well as about myself.
I have also just completed the pre- and post-natal yoga training with Appleyoga which included Baby yoga and Baby massage which I'm teaching in a private setting. Why not host your NCT group and split the cost and make a social gathering?
I offer Vinyasa flow classes in a group or private setting. Pre- and Postnatal and Mummy and Baby Yoga classes to be offered later on in the year. I'm looking forward to teaching you and getting to know you.