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Background – the facts

Yoga for pregnancy is an ideal practice for mums-to-be. It is widely recommended by midwives and doctors to expectant mothers as a way of keeping healthy, mobile and connected with your baby. Adele has been trained in pregnancy yoga by the well-known pregnancy and birth specialist, Uma Dinsmore-Tuli who is internationally recognised. The classes are gentle, warm and caring to ensure you’re supported throughout your pregnancy right through to your birth and beyond.

Benefits of Yoga for pregnancy

  • keeps your body supple without straining
  • boosts energy
  • relieves stress and anxiety
  • relaxes and promotes restful sleep
  • relieve pain in your birthing experience
  • relieve common ailments during pregnancy (e.g. swollen joints, heartburn, constipation)
  • bond with your unborn baby through breathing and visualisation techniques
  • meet other local mums for support and friendship

There is currently 1 yoga for pregnancy class a week at Sacred Hearts Church Hall, Sowerby bridge – see classes tab for details. You will learn simple yet effective breath and relaxation techniques, yoga postures to manage common physical ailments, and visualisation practices to build confidence and assist in your birthing experience.

The emphasis on this class is on nourishment, and restorative practices that are safe and appropriate for you throughout your pregnancy journey. I do not recommend excessive aerobic exercise, fast movements, inversions or jumping practices during pregnancy.

I also run Hypnobirthing workshops around 4-5 times a year, feel free to get in touch with me to find out when I’m holding the next one. I can offer 121 tuition on this also of you prefer.

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