Yoga for Pregnancy
Information about yoga classes for pregnant women.
According to a Norwegian study (2012), women that take on some sort of exercise during pregnancy are less likely to report pelvic girdle pain, low back pain and depression. Those who do yoga during their pregnancy will also experience a great sense of well being, enhance their bonding with their child and will be able to approach birth more calmly and confidently.
Maternal benefits appear to be both physcal and psychological in nature. Many common complaints of pregnancy, include fatigue, varicosities and swelling of extremities, are reduced in women who sexercise. Additionally, active women experience less insomnia, stress, anxiety and depression. There is some evidence that weight bearing exercise throughout pregnancy can reduce the length of labour and decrease delivery complications. (RCOG - Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists)
All women should be encouraged to participate in aerobic and strength-conditioning exercise as part of a healthy lifestyle during their pregnancy. (RCOG)
Practicing pregnancy yoga makes you fit, strong and well-prepared using exclusively appropriate exercises. It can help build confidence and facilitate a natural birth.
Seek your doctor or midwife's approval before starting classes.
Small studio classes to provide you with dedicated care and individual attention.
Please contact Rosemary at email@example.com or phone 0151 494 1082/07875 578223 to enrol.
A course of 5 sessions is £50.