Pregnancy Yoga classes are running in Mayfield in Terenure.
Pregnancy Yoga or Prenatal Yoga is a fantastic way to prepare your body and mind for birth and motherhood.
The Prenatal Yoga classes comprise of a series of exercises that will help your body cope with changes you are experiencing and prepare you for the birth of your baby or babies.
I welcome complete beginners to yoga as well as experienced yogis to my class.
Must be beyond 12 weeks and you can continue up until birth. If in doubt please contact your care provider.
Pre-booking is essential.
The Pregnancy yoga course starts on Saturday mornings at 9.45am from the 21st March and runs for 8 weeks. For more detailed booking information please click here:
What is Prenatal Yoga?
- Prenatal yoga focuses on poses for pregnant women, in order to increase strength and flexibility.
- Pregnancy Yoga helps you learn to relax. Relaxation techniques can help you cope with the stresses of motherhood, but more importantly, the intensity of labour.
- My classes give you time to yourself as you balance work and pregnancy. It’s time to rest and important self care.
- Flexibility is helpful if you are going to let your body open during birth. Prenatal Yoga postures can help loosen tight muscles and joints, allowing you the freedom to adopt what ever positions you choose in labour.
- Keeping up with a regular exercise program in pregnancy is important. Carrying a child is like doing a mini marathon over those nine months. You need to keep up your strength for and help prepare your body for birth.
- Many pregnant women feel their posture suffers from the additional weight of their baby and their new boobs. Prenatal Yoga can help stretch out and strengthen your body.
- However you choose to give birth, pregnancy yoga can help. Whether it’s natural childbirth through to a Caesarean section yoga can help to calm and soothe your mind as you prepare to meet your baby.
For more information contact me on email@example.com or text 087 2958174
To book a course or a single class pass (where available) please click the link below: