Welcome to our live
Pregnancy Yoga course!
Prenatal Yoga classes will help you during pregnancy, labour and after delivery.
Lotus Flower Yoga
6 Weeks Live Online Pregnancy Yoga Course
Thursdays 7:00pm to 8:00pm (UK)
1st October - 5th November 2020
Introduction to Pregnancy Yoga
Prenatal yoga classes will help you during pregnancy, labour and after delivery. The emphasis of these sessions is on breathing, pelvic floor, stabilising the hips, strengthening the body ready for delivery and after birth, relaxation as well allowing you to make a deeper connection with your body and your baby as your body changes.
Learning and practising prenatal yoga will give you several benefits and will make you more resilient during and after pregnancy. The benefits last long after childbirth. No previous yoga experience is needed to take part in this session, all classes are designed for mixed ability.
Like all forms of yoga, prenatal yoga is more about the mind than the body. You will be able to reaffirm your faith in your physical and mental powers, gaining more control and awareness to move forward into the birthing stage with a much more confident and relaxed approach. One of the main benefits is breath awareness, which will help you focus attention on the right things during labour and delivery. It will help you connect with your body and your child through relaxation techniques.
When done correctly with a fully accredited yoga instructor, prenatal yoga is considered safe for both mother and child. However, there are essential differences between prenatal yoga and regular yoga. It is vital to understand these differences, primarily if you are already practising yoga.
Benefits of Prenatal Yoga
The stretching, mental concentration, inner calm, body awareness and breathing skills that you learn in prenatal yoga classes will give you several advantages, and you will continue to enjoy them for years.
You will increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles and other body areas that are involved in pregnancy and childbirth.
Many common problems during pregnancy like morning sickness, headaches, shortness of breath, carpel tunnel syndrome and back pain will reduce.
You will sleep better.
Stress and anxiety levels will subside, and you will also be able to manage them better.
You will be able to react and cope better if there are surprises during childbirth.
You will cultivate bonds with other participants, and it will give you a support group to share your concerns and discuss problems. Considering the journey ahead, some of these relationships could result in lifelong friendships.
If you have any medical conditions, it’s important to consult your doctor before joining the classes. You must also inform your teacher so that any necessary adjustments can be made to the exercises.
If you have any questions or queries, do not hesitate to contact us.