Yoga for everyone
Take some time for yourself
We all need some time for self-care, away from parent duties, to-do lists, job requirements, and our phones. Join me and a small group for a Slow Flow Saturdays at 9am to disconnect from all the things life asks of you on a daily basis. Close your eyes for a moment, find your breath, and get ready to enjoy a yoga flow that will strengthen and nourish you both physically and mentally.
I am a 200-hour certified and Yoga Alliance registered yoga teacher (RYT 200).
Building strength, confidence and community, all while taking a deep breath.
Prenatal yoga is a great way to strengthen and lengthen your body in the company of other moms-to-be. It helps with a variety of pregnancy discomforts and prepares you for birth, both physically and mentally. Moving, breathing, focusing inward, relaxing and connecting with your inner voice as well as your baby will benefit you today and on birthing day, no matter what type of birth setting you are planning for.
If you are healthy in your pregnancy and in your second or third trimester, this class is for you! No previous yoga experience is necessary, as the practice is modified to be safe during pregnancy for all levels. It takes into careful consideration the physical changes the pregnant body goes through, and poses and movements are modified accordingly.
I am a certified prenatal yoga instructor by Ten Moons Yoga, a Yoga Alliance registered certification program.
Mom & Baby Yoga
Moving and breathing to recover and regain strength
Physical changes during pregnancy are enormous, physical changes after birth may be even more so. We will give special attention to the core and diastasic recti as well as the pelvic floor. By using your breath along with specific postures and movements you will safely regain your strength, all the while connecting with your baby.
Postnatal yoga will also have a positive impact on your mental well-being, and a happier, healthier mother makes for a happier, healthier baby!
If you have been cleared for exercise during the postpartum visit with your healthcare provider postnatal yoga is a great way to start.
Mom & Baby Yoga is currently offered in private sessions only.