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six week session $75
A basic introduction to Hatha yoga poses and philosophy. Classes cover use of breath, simple alignment principles, and instruction to the classic foundational postures of yoga. Props such as blankets, blocks, straps and chairs (provided by studio) are often used as a support for the body to learn.
Prenatal Yoga incorporates vinyasa (flow) for cardiovascular strength, asana (poses) to strengthen and prepare the body for the greatest opening and offers much more than a physical experience.
Every woman has innate wisdom and intuitively understands the very natural process of birth. I will help you reconnect with this wisdom, guiding you through a class specifically designed for the journey of pregnancy. Combining yoga postures with controlled breath opens the road to discovery, bringing awareness to the mind, body and spirit, and the spirit of your baby. A regular practice will help strengthen the uterus and tone pelvic muscles, improve circulation, aid in digestion, exercise the spine and increase overall comfort. Many of the common discomforts of pregnancy such as nausea, constipation, varicose veins, swelling, back pain and sciatica can be alleviated. A safe, open community allows you to freely discuss any concerns as well as the joys of the wonderful new changes your body and baby are experiencing.
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This postnatal yoga class is perfect for connecting with your baby while easing your body back into movement…
Mama and Baby yoga focuses on strengthening the emotional and physical, and spiritual bond between you and your baby as well as developing early social skills for infants. We use interactive, slow-moving postures and take breaks as needed to nurse, diaper, and soothe babies 4 weeks to crawling. Classes have an organic flow and shift according to the needs of the day. This community will help carry you smoothly through the busy early months of caring for a new baby and build skills that you and your child will use throughout your lives.
For moms 6 weeks after birth or 8 weeks after c-section.