Mother Nurture, Postnatal

Yoga for You and Your Baby

For women with babies aged 3-12 months.

Weekly class on Fridays. 11.30am-12.30pm at Shilbottle Community Hall.
£50 for five weeks.

Space is limited to ten mothers and babies.

  • Five week course starting 21 January 2022 – book here
  • Five week course starting 25 February
  • Five week course starting 29 April
  • Five week course starting 10 June

Please send a message through the main Mother Nurture page to join the waiting list for future courses.

These unique classes combine gentle postpartum recovery exercise for new mums with songs, massages and movements for the babies. Postnatal Yoga is healing from within and includes breathing exercises, pelvic movements, postural awareness and lifting/carrying techniques as well as relaxation with your baby. Baby massage and yoga are woven into the class so you and your baby can both be soothed and restored.

Fridays is a lively class for older babies focusing on good lifting and carrying techniques, baby yoga and having fun. Suitable from 12 weeks, babies will be involved and engaged throughout.

For younger babies please come along to a Postpartum Recovery and Baby Massage workshop. It is recommended you attend at least one Wednesday workshop before joining the Friday class if possible.

“Lucy was my saviour, sometimes the only time in a week I dragged myself out and got dressed. A shining caring light”


“A lovely way to spend a morning with your baby and meet other mums. My baby loved the singing and I used lots of Lucy’s songs and exercises at home with my son. It’s very gentle and relaxing yoga so can be quite a treat for new mums who otherwise don’t have the time to relax.”


“Relaxed atmosphere with the babies. Lucy let’s them do their own thing and there’s no pressure. Likeminded mums attend, share experiences and get advice. Great for the postnatal body recovery. So relaxing not like any other baby/mum group in the area. Mum-centric is so unusual!”


“I really loved the songs and baby yoga. They felt less gimmicky than those in other classes and gently helped me to bond and have fun with my baby.”