Category Archives: Pregnancy Yoga Resources

Positions for Birth

It is generally recommended that for easy delivery of your baby you adopt a position in which your tailbone can “untuck” and allow the widest space possible between your pubic bones and tailbone. Here is an amazing article that explains … Continue reading

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Heart – Womb Breathing

This is a centering practice that can be done at any time for just a few breaths at a time or for longer periods (e.g. lying down for relaxation). It also forms the basis of many of the moving sequences … Continue reading

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Deep Relaxation & Visualisation

Do not underestimate the power of your mind! Many women experience a myriad of fears and anxieties around childbirth, which is hardly surprising given the number of ‘horror stories’ we hear in the media or even from our friends. While … Continue reading

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Pregnancy Yoga – Kneeling Sequence

This kneeling sequence is especially helpful for encouraging your baby into the ideal position for delivery – “optimal foetal position”. It is recommended that you spend 15 minutes a day on hands and knees to help the baby roll into … Continue reading

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Pregnancy Yoga – Standing Sequence

This simple standing yoga sequence can also be done seated on an exercise ball – ensure it is a large enough ball that you can sit on it with your hips a little higher than your knees. Caution: The exercises … Continue reading

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Yoga and Exercise during Pregnancy – general guidance

Pregnancy affects each of us in different ways. There are no hard and fast rules about what is definitely ‘safe’, and many people continue to exercise right up to their due date, but here are some things to consider for … Continue reading

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