Prenatal yoga is for expecting mommies. Whether you’ve been practicing for years, or you’re brand-new to yoga, pregnancy is an incredible adventure, and taking care of yourself and your growing baby is essential. There is no better time to get the lesson that in order to nurture anyone else to the best of your abilities, you have to be taking care of yourself. Learn how to modify for each trimester, and spend time connecting to your baby as you care for the home where you both currently reside! Congratulations, mama!
A beautiful flow that will build some nice heat, with special love for your psoas, hamstrings and quads! If you're looking for an all-over good feeling in your body, this is it! High lunge variations, crescent pose, open twists, core strengthening, goddess squats and more. Enjoy mamas!
Using a birthing ball (or exercise ball), we dive into a well-rounded practice that opens and strengthens every major muscle group, builds some nice heat and leaves you feeling open. We also touch on helpful positions with the ball during labor and post-partum!
This is a short talk about and demonstration of the five most typical questions pregnant mamas ask when they've had a consistent flow practice and want to continue taking regular vinyasa classes, but want to do so safely! Included are safe, open twists, safe core work, breath-work, and how to listen to your body and your baby as you're moving.
Grab a scarf (or strap!) and let's get to it! This is a quick practice that will gently work on strengthening the core, toning the pelvic floor and opening the chest. Appropriate for mamas who are 6 weeks postpartum and have clearance from their care providers to return to physical activity.
In this feel-good flow, we'll work on meeting your body where it is today. Moments of meditation, time to connect with your baby and let go of expectations about what you should be able to do so you can just be where you are. Hip, hamstring, shoulder, upper back and chest-opening will leave you feeling open and energized. If you don't have a bolster, a couch pillow will do the trick!