Pregnancy Yoga  

Charlotte is on maternity leave and is expected back for her sessions on Tuesday evenings on Tuesday 23rd April 2019.
6.15pm and 8.15pm 
Please email to reserve your space.
Pregnancy Yoga
Our Pregnancy Yoga classes are welcoming and friendly - everyone is welcome. Most people are brand new to yoga when they join us for pregnancy classes but quickly find they take to it and feel great from classes.
Classes help relieve common pregnancy ailments, prepare you for birth and you can meet other mums-to-be! We always include Birth Breathing techniques to help during labour; offer practices to strengthen your body or increase flexibility; and ways to calm the mind with our fantastic guided relaxation and meditations. It really is an all round comprehensive approach, bringing the best in nourishing yoga together with the latest in scientific evidence.
Antenatal education is included in all our classes which are tailored to meet your needs. Classes are suitable from 15 weeks (if you are brand new to yoga, or begin earlier if you are familiar with yoga) to full term. If you are familiar with yoga or have experience with other physical practices such as dancing or pilates and feel very body aware and need to move, you may be able to join our classes earlier, just check with your doctor or midwife and then contact the teacher in your area directly. 
  • Sleep well - classes really do help you have a better night's sleep.
  • Relax - reduces stress, anxiety and help with depression and fears.
  • Time out for YOU - calm your mind and balance your emotions.
  • Stay fit and strong during your pregnancy - being healthy helps you and your baby.
  • Feel great - yoga gives your immune system a boost and relieves many common pregnancy ailments, such as back ache, heart-burn, constipation, insomnia, sciatica and SPD.
  • Learn key coping strategies for birth - including how to breathe, move and relax during labour and birth.
  • Help your baby into the OFP - key movements help babies into the 'optimal foetal position' which in turn can help facilitate smoother births.
  • Connect with your baby (babies!) - and take time out to enjoy being pregnant!
  • Share your experiences in a welcoming and supportive space - it is important to be heard with all the ups and downs our journeys take us on.
  • Make friends - meet other lovely mamas-to-be in your local area, build your network of support and friendship by connecting in with others in your community.