A gentle practice that will help to alleviate fatigue and tightness from pregnancy. Great for all stages of pregnancy.
A gentle practice suited to beginners to help you find stability in your body and mind.
This is a wonderful supported practice using a chair and cushions that still creates deep opening in the body. Perfect for those who are new to yoga, or want a gentler more supported practice. This is also perfect for those late into the 2nd and the 3rd trimesters.
Connect to and strengthen your core – a short effective practice that will leave you feeling great.
A great sequence that works on key foundational yoga poses to build your practice. Perfect for beginners or anyone needing a slower practice.
An excellent practice to encourage the hamstrings and hips to let go and lengthen.
This a gorgeous practice that will unwind all that upper body tension. Perfect for anyone wanting a practice to release the neck and shoulders and for those that are new to yoga.
A great sequence for the mama’s out there who are trying to rebuild some core strength. Please wait till after 6 weeks postpartum to begin practicing safely & if you have had any complications during your pregnancy and birth, seek medical advice before attempting.
Also suitable for anyone else who would like a steady abdominal focused practice.
An energising foundational sequence that is perfect to start your day and familiarise yourself with key yoga poses.
This is a beautiful short sequence that will safely strengthen the core muscles of the body (pelvic floor, transverse abdominus, obliques, back and glute muscles) without engaging the most superficial layer (rectus abdominus). It is important to maintain and develop tone around the torso of the body to assist in a healthy pregnancy as well as for post-partum recovery.
This sequence is suited to 1st & 2nd trimester (and early 3rd trimester depending on how you are feeling/level of practice). This is NOT recommended for women who are experiencing any complications in their pregnancy. Always check with your doctor or prenatal care provider before beginning any exercise program.
Level: 1st, 2nd trimester & early 3rd trimester
Props: 1-2 blocks and cushions or bolster