If you live nearby, I'd love to meet you at one of my Mother Nurture classes. However, the Pregnancy Yoga techniques I am sharing here are all chosen for you to try at home. Just a few minutes every day will make a big difference - a little yoga goes a long way.
Here are some quick links to articles I have written about postpartum yoga: I will confess this section of the website is still a bit of a work in progress and less developed than the pregnancy section. I'm working on it! Postnatal Intro #1 Nourishment #2 Stability #3 Vitality Guided Relaxation - On the Beach… Continue reading FREE Postnatal Yoga Resources
Creating Your Nest All you need to get started with pregnancy yoga at home is space for your mat. You don't even need to have a mat yet - just set aside the space and start planning what will go in to it. Ideally your nest needs to be somewhere you can go where you… Continue reading #1 Creating Your Nest
Surya Namaskara or 'Salute to the Sun' is a common practice in many yoga classes. It is often used at the beginning of a class as a way to warm the whole body, but it can also be a whole practice in its own right. There are many different forms of surya namaskara and this… Continue reading #2 Surya Namaskar for Pregnancy
This is a centering practice that can be done at any time for just a few breaths, or for longer periods (e.g. lying down for relaxation). It's a lovely way to connect with the babe within and remember you are pregnant during a busy working day. You can breathe love to your baby at any… Continue reading #3 Breathing Love to Your Baby