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!
Had a strong Vinyasa practice before you were pregnant? Here is a great session suitable for your first trimester! Lots of modified flow and vinyasas to help open the body. Poses like chair and plank help to create strength with variations for what feels right for you. Half moon and warrior three will work your balance and a few finishing poses including a supported bridge set you up for a relaxing savasana! Enjoy!
First Trimester Evening Flow! For all you mamas to be this one will help to soothe your system before bed. Gentle sun salutations allow for an open and flexible body. A few strength poses like side plank help to work out any excess stress. Forward folds calm the nervous system, and pigeon pose helps to release any emotional tension in the hips. Feel free to modify any poses and take care of yourself on and off the mat! Namaste!
This is a very chill practice perfect for yogis at the end of their pregnancy or simply on a day when you feel fatigued and stressed out. We will breathe through physical tension while working with a mantra and/or intention to help get your mind focused!
A prenatal yoga sequence that helps to strengthen, stretch and soothe the lower back. We will move through plenty of squats and hip circles so as your baby grows this strength and flexibility in your pelvis and core will keep you happy and healthy.
Flow through a safe but still challenging practice, great on days when you feel more energized (perfect for those of you in the 2nd trimester)! Some yoga experience recommended. Namaste pregnant yoginis!