(CANCELED) Prenatal Yoga

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Wipawee Morris

Wipawee was trained as a competitive swimmer from a young age through her later teens in Bangkok, Thailand where she is from. Yoga has been an important part of her life since 2008. “Yoga helped me find my true s...
  • Practice yoga postures and breathing exercises for easier labor and better health after pregnancy.
  • Learn how to use the breath to reduce stress, increase circulation, prepare for labor and more.
  • Connect with others who are at all stages of pregnancy and early parenting.
  • Feel Empowered to make the best choices for you, your changing body and your baby.
  • Embrace your intuition and develop confidence in your birth preparation.
  • Improve your stress management abilities, postpartum recovery and bring mindfulness to your parenting.

Yoga links postures (asana) and breathing exercises (pranayama) to create awareness of your own mind, body and spirit, and that of your baby's. Because of this, yoga is ideal preparation for giving birth and for postnatal health.

All pregnant people are welcome to attend the class, whether you have a regular practice or want to start yoga during pregnancy. It is very important to inform the teacher of any complications (current or past) or any treatment that you are receiving. During pregnancy your body will change to become more flexible as ligaments soften. Your abdomen will expand to accommodate your growing child. You may feel tired, and excessively warm at times as your body works to create your growing baby. A healthy yoga practice brings energy to the body and nourishes the whole being.