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Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga is an ideal exercise for mums-to-be and can promote a greater awareness of the changing body during this special time. The yoga poses and breathing techniques can assist during labour, relieve common ailments associated with pregnancy as well as promote deep relaxation and restful sleep.

It is a gentle and friendly class and a great place to meet other local expectant mums. It is possible to start mid-block. Just drop me a line.

Next block of classes runs: 9 Sept – 14 Oct

Any questions contact me: anna@vanillayoga.co.uk

When Monday 6.30 - 7.35pm Where Motcombe Memorial Hall, The Street, Motcombe, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 9PE Price £60 for the block

Birth Rehearsals

A private workshop for yourself and your partner to deepen your understanding, enhance confidence and equip you with the skills to ‘go with’ the birthing process. It will explore how specific yoga moves and breathing techniques you practice in class can help you during your labour. Your partner will also have an active role and learn how to support you during this time.

We will understand the pelvis, optimal foetal positioning, useful positions and movements for labour and birth plus practice breathing techniques and practical interventions and comfort measures specifically designed for labour.

Any questions and to book your private session at home contact me: anna@vanillayoga.co.uk

Pregnancy Yoga Class

Ticket Type Price Spaces
Pregnancy Yoga | Mondays 9 Sept – 14 Oct £60.00

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Who can do Pregnancy Yoga?

You can start any time from 12+ weeks onwards and it is quite safe to practice right up until your due date. Any questions please ask.

What do I need to bring and wear?

Please bring your yoga mat if you have although I do have some spares if not. Wear some comfy clothing you can move in and try not to eat a heavy meal too close to the start of class. A light snack is fine.

"Thank you for all the lovely yoga classes, the breathing definitely helped and I managed with only gas and air"
Emilie, Shaftesbury