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Prenatal Yoga


Movement for birth.

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Prenatal Yoga


Movement for birth.

 

& She Moves provides a balanced, whole body approach to prenatal health and wellness designed to help your body feel its best and function optimally throughout pregnancy and during childbirth.

Classes run on a six week pre-registration basis and draw on elements of yoga, Pilates and functional movement to safely and effective build core strength, create support, and reduce the effects of pregnancy-related issues such as pelvic floor weakness/imbalance and diastasis recti.

This is a safe program for those who may be dealing with these (and other pregnancy related) issues. As a certified Bellies Inc. trainer, I am fully qualified and equipped to help you protect, and restore, your core.

Our prenatal classes can help you: 

  • Reduce back, hip, and pelvic pain
  • Create core support in a safe and effective manner
  • Foster a deeper connection to your pelvic floor muscles in preparation for birth and postpartum recovery
  • Prepare for a smoother birth by providing tools to help in labor
  • Learn to integrate movement, exercise and mindfulness in your everyday life

You will receive online (via email) tips and tools to reinforce the work you do in class, and foster a deeper sense of confidence and connection.

Modifications are available in each class, so you’ll be able to safely and confidently work at a level that’s comfortable and appropriate for you, and continue to improve as you progress and get stronger.

Check out the FAQ page for more information. 

SUMMER SCHEDULE

Wednesdays 7:00– 8:15pm
Sama Studio (Roncesvalles)
197 Sorauren Ave. 
Toronto, Canada

Upcoming Session:
June 27-August 1, 2018 

MOVEMENT FOR BIRTH WORKSHOP

Friday July 27, 6:45-9:15pm
Mosaic Yoga

 

 
 

Laura was full of knowledge about our changing bodies during all stages of pregnancy, and offered so much valuable information and support. The classes were a great combination of movement focusing on strength, stretching and preparing our bodies for the challenges of pregnancy and labour. 

-Andrea