Tamsin has been teaching Yoga since 2004 & been teaching Pregnancy Yoga in York for 6 years now. She has two children, Her first child was born in 2006, her second in 2008. She practised Pregnancy Yoga throughout both her pregnancies.
“This time during my yoga practice was blissful, having some time and space to myself, some quiet moments for me were invaluable.“
It seemed like a natural progression for her to go on and teach mothers to practice the art of yoga! She completed her teacher training in Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga in 2013 with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli (Sitaram Partnership).
Tamsin absolutely loves sharing all she has learned with other women; she is passionate about passing on the knowledge she has gained over the years. She loves being part of this particular time in a woman’s life & hopes that all women will have a good, positive, birthing experience, no matter what kind of birth they want or end up having.
“Thank you for all the great Yoga classes. Your just brilliant at what you do & your personality shines through”
Pregnancy Yoga in York
Pregnancy Yoga classes are a gentle, flowing form of Yoga, wonderfully beneficial for creating a sense of well-being while helping you to enjoy and feel comfortable with your body. They prepare you physically, mentally and emotionally for the birth of your baby!
Tuesday Pregnancy Yoga classes are at Millers Yard, Gillygate, York
Wednesday Pregnancy Yoga classes are at Central Methodist Church Hall, St Saviourgate, York (inside the city walls)
The benefits of Pregnancy Yoga.
Yoga is an ideal form of exercise for pregnant women. It’s a gentle, flowing, safe way of keeping supple and toned while relaxing and calming body and mind. You feel your aches and pains, stress and anxiety melt away.
Your unborn baby may enjoy the calm, peaceful movements as much as you.
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Helping you feel re-charged, nourished, calm and balanced
Keeps your body supple without any strain
Releases tension and anxiety and common pregnancy ailments, ie, Backache, heartburn, swollen joints, insomnia, constipation, and (when practised with proper guidance) pelvic girdle pain (PGP) previously known as Pubic Symphysis Dysfunction
Can help you bond with your unborn child through breathing and visualisation techniques.
Mindful breathing and relaxation for pregnancy and birth preparation. Please give me a ring if you have any questions 07748851063 or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes in York-Yorkshire
See our variety of classes from general Hatha Yoga for people of all ages to pregnancy yoga and mother and baby classes.