Below is a guide of Yoga Precautions and Contraindications during Pregnancy. This is not an exhaustive list, please seek the guidance of a trained and experience prenatal yoga teacher under the guidance of your healthcare provider.
The time has come! In order to help save my sanity and streamline the process for my prenatal yoga clients, effective June 4th, 2018 - I will be using Schedulicity as a scheduling software exclusively for my prenatal yoga clients.
I know, I know, drinking water is super boring. Making sure that you're getting enough water intake during pregnancy is vital, but important for the non-pregnant person as well. We are made of 60% water!
Being pregnant can feel like a full time job. From doctors appointments, childbirth education classes and weekly self-care activities, I get it. Coming to yoga class weekly can be challenging to fit in our busy schedules. I recommend these three poses to practice daily. Whether you are able to make it to prenatal yoga class or only have five minutes, here are some poses to help get you moving and connect with your baby.
There are many good reasons to start a home practice. It could be something simple as limited financial resources, time, or you are just looking to tune into yourself and deepen your practice. Whatever your motivation, a home practice is excellent to begin at any time.
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