If you have recently experienced pregnancy or baby loss, we hope you will reach out for help by contacting the following organisations for support and using the yoga resources below to practice radical self-care. We want you to know that you are not alone, and that our Mother Nurture Yoga classes (group or 1:1) are safe spaces for openly discussing loss, if you choose to.
The “Palm Tree” sequence is a lovely, easy stretch for your upper body. The idea is to lift your ribs up and away from your hips, thus creating a little extra space for your breath and for your baby. If you are suffering from heart-burn this may provide some relief and if you are working… Continue reading Pregnancy Yoga 4 – Palm Tree Sequence
Surya Namaskara or ‘Salute to the Sun’ is a common practice in many yoga classes. It is often used at the beginning of a class as a way to warm the whole body, but it can also be a whole practice in its own right. https://youtu.be/R4UtEQu6iEU There are many different forms of surya namaskara, but… Continue reading Pregnancy Yoga 2 – Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutation)
All you need to get started with pregnancy yoga at home is space for your mat. You don’t even need to have a mat yet – just set aside the space and start planning what will go in to it.
Everything you need to know to get started with pregnancy yoga, delivered in six installments directly to your inbox. Your free guide includes five videos, one audio relaxation and lots of useful hints and tips.
Five ways to nourish yourself during pregnancy - body, mind, heart and soul. There may be days when you don’t feel much like moving but you can still treat your body to some restorative yoga, a relaxing foot bath or self care massage. Read more and download a free guided relaxation to help you find ease and connect with your baby.