After nine months of pregnancy and giving birth your body will have gone through immense changes. You will be recovering on many levels and also adjusting to life with a new baby. While this period can be a time of great excitement it can also present feelings of loneliness and insecurity.
When embarking on this new chapter looking after yourself naturally puts you in a better place to care for your baby and your wider family.
Attending a postnatal yoga class will help to restore energy levels, balance emotions and re-build your strength and stability. It can also provide precious time for building the foundations of a healthy relationship with your baby.
Prana Mama Yoga’s postnatal classes always honour your stage of postnatal recovery and offer a mix of gentle and dynamic yoga postures, as well as meditation and breathing exercises. They also provide a comforting link with life before baby.
In particular, Prana Mama Yoga aims to help you:
- Improve posture and rebuild body awareness,
- Regain tone in pelvic floor and abdominals to build core stability,
- Relieve lower back pain, stiff neck, tightness in shoulders and upper back,
- Learn restorative breathing and relaxation techniques,
- Make friends and share experiences.
Women can start postnatal yoga from eight to twelve weeks depending on the type of birth they experienced. Please ensure that you have the go-ahead to resume exercise from your health visitor, GP or consultant. Complete beginners or those who have practised yoga for years are most welcome.
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