Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga is a specially tailored form of yoga that is safe and beneficial to practice while pregnant. Practicing Pregnancy Yoga is one of the best things you can do for you and your baby. It will help you prepare your mind and body for Pregnancy and for Childbirth.

Almost any woman can practice prenatal yoga – you don’t have to have practiced yoga before and you don’t have to be having a textbook pregnancy. Each pose can be modified to offer more or less challenge depending on what you feel up to on any given day. If you are fit and feeling energized, you will have the opportunity to challenge yourself a little more.

The benefits of a consistent practice in pregnancy are plentiful and include:

Increased strength and stamina (physical and mental)
Birth preparation (mental and physical)
Empowerment
Breathing and relaxation techniques that help enormously in pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood
Reduction of birth related fear and anxiety
Community of women who support each other
Provides time and space for self-nurturing
Relief from pregnancy aches and pains
Fights insomnia
Aids digestion
Balances endocrine system (hormones)
Encourages better recovery after birth

Having a baby is one of the biggest physical and mental challenges you will ever face in your life and pregnancy yoga will help prepare your body and mind for that challenge.

I am a fully trained (200hr certified) and experienced teacher who has specialist training in pregnancy yoga with https://www.the-elbowroom.com and I have been teaching pregnant women for 8 years now. I feel genuinely privileged to support and nurture women during this very special journey.

Every Tuesday evening 7-8.15pm

Location is St Fintans Parish Centre, Greendfield Rd, Sutton, Dublin 13.

You can join the class from 12 weeks and it is safe to continue right up until you give birth.

If you have a pre-existing condition or pregnancy complications it is up to you to check with your doctor that you are safe to practise before beginning.

Wear comfortable clothing – leggings or tracksuit bottoms are ideal

A Yoga Mat

Bottle of water

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Pregnancy Yoga

Pregnancy Yoga is a specially tailored form of yoga that is safe and beneficial to practice while pregnant. Practicing Pregnancy Yoga is one of the best things you can do for you and your baby. It will help you prepare your mind and body for Pregnancy and for Childbirth.

Almost any woman can practice prenatal yoga – you don’t have to have practiced yoga before and you don’t have to be having a textbook pregnancy. Each pose can be modified to offer more or less challenge depending on what you feel up to on any given day. If you are fit and feeling energized, you will have the opportunity to challenge yourself a little more.

The benefits of a consistent practice in pregnancy are plentiful and include:

Increased strength and stamina (physical and mental)
Birth preparation (mental and physical)

Empowerment
Breathing and relaxation techniques that help enormously in pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood
Reduction of birth related fear and anxiety
Community of women who support each other
Provides time and space for self-nurturing
Relief from pregnancy aches and pains
Fights insomnia
Aids digestion
Balances endocrine system (hormones)
Encourages better recovery after birth

Having a baby is one of the biggest physical and mental challenges you will ever face in your life and pregnancy yoga will help prepare your body and mind for that challenge.

I am a fully trained (200hr certified) and experienced teacher who has specialist training in pregnancy yoga with https://www.the-elbowroom.com and I have been teaching pregnant women for 7 years now. I feel genuinely privileged to support and nurture women during this very special journey.

Every Tuesday evening 7-8.15pm

Class is currently online via zoom at the moment.

Usual location is St Fintans Parish Centre, Greendfield Rd, Sutton, Dublin 13.

You can join the class from 12 weeks and it is safe to continue right up until you give birth.

If you have a pre-existing condition or pregnancy complications it is up to you to check with your doctor that you are safe to practise before beginning.

Wear comfortable clothing – leggings or tracksuit bottoms are ideal

A Yoga Mat

Bottle of water

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