Postnatal Mummy & Baby Yoga

 

 

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We will be starting mummy and baby yoga classes up again on Wednesday The 18th November 2020 at 1.30 pm  We will be running as a 5-week course. Broadcast live on Zoom So please get your self booked on quick as you can by booking a Mum and baby 5-week class pass at:

Just scroll down to Wednesday 18th and press on Mum and baby yoga. once you select. you will be able to book the whole course at once.

 

 

LizziePostnatal Mummy & Baby Yoga is specifically designed to help you recover from the birth of your baby from the inside out. Building core strength & flexibility, through yogic breath & pelvic floor practices. We will learn to work with the body to create strength, stability, vitality, tone, and lasting health. Re-energise & gain some physical & emotional postnatal healing.

While all the time taking it slowly and learning to be gentle with ourselves.

As well as re-aligning ourselves post-pregnancy, your baby will also be involved in the whole class. The techniques we learn can be practised
together with your baby as an element of Baby Yoga is included. Yoga is a perfect way for the two of you to connect while helping you both feel great!

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There are lots of benefits for your baby too. Yoga can help with settling and improving sleep patterns, ease digestion, constipation, emotional agitation & poor circulation. It can help with colic & strengthen both his/her muscular abilities & nervous system.

You will hopefully gain an added confidence in baby handling and enjoy getting used to the challenges of motherhood in a safe, relaxed, friendly environment.

When to come and what to bring to Postnatal Mummy & Baby Yoga

baby cobraYou and your baby can come to class when your baby is 6/8 weeks old (depending on the birth) until they are walking

Classes are relaxed & informal, allowing you to feed & change your baby when needed. You can arrive at the hall 15 minutes before the class starts & We have tea and chocolate for half an hour afterwards.

Mats will be down for you when you arrive. You and your baby can just come & relax down on them together. We have comfy stuff to sit on but if you can bring a pillow for your baby to lie on, while they’re doing baby Yoga. This makes a perfect shape! At the end of class, there is no need to put your mats away. We like to make it easier for you to carry on the rest of your day.

 

 

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Postnatal Mummy & Baby Yoga