Yoga in it’s essence is an exploration of breath, and overall body health. This makes it an ideal way to stretch and strengthen the key muscles important during pregnancy and delivery. Mothers can discover ways to remain strong and increase flexibility as their bodies change. Delight in specialized postures that alleviate common troubles such as back/hip pain, restless legs, sciatica etc.
As breathing is such an important part of yoga, expecting mothers can learn breathing techniques to relax during delivery and of course from time-to-time with the demands of a new baby. Enjoy this practice in a unique group of women that understand what you are going through and are eager to exchange ideas and support.
" ‘Taking a prenatal yoga class is a great way to meet other pregnant women — to become part of a community,’ says Cynthea Denise, a registered nurse and prenatal yoga instructor in Oakland, California. Being in a positive, supportive environment with others like you can give you a regular emotional boost and keep you motivated to continue exercising.”
Great pregnancy exercise: Prenatal Yoga
Reviewed by the BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board September 2006
Due to an adventurous traveling schedule, Karlee is not currently offering public classes. But you don't have to wait! Request this as the basis for your private session anytime. Contact Karlee to create a personalized yoga video or guided meditation that is designed just for you.
You can also get started right now by following along with the video below. And as always listen to your body, and make sure any pose you try feels yummy and comfortable at all times. Pregnant women, and anyone new to this type of physical activity, should consult a doctor before trying any suggested postures. Guided meditations are great for any and all!
This is just one of the many free yoga videos on this website. Click on the link in the menu bar at the top of this website to explore more!
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