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Prenatal Yoga

Pre/Post Natal Meditation

Feel supported and more comfortable in your changing body as you connect with your baby and yourself for a calm, healthy and happy pregnancy.

This is an introduction to prenatal yoga class for the beginner or the student who feels like a beginner (maybe late third trimester?). We will explore a full range of accessible poses that will ease common aches and pains of pregnancy, will cultivate mental and emotional balance, and leave you feeling empowered and supported.
1 30 Stephanie Snyder
In preparation for child birth, your body can become more lax and supple. This class aims to maintain and build strength especially in your lower body. Using modifications to accommodate your growing belly, flow through leg strengthening poses like chair, extended side angle and warrior II. Get a nice side body opening with trikonasana before cooling down with a seated shoulder opener. Move into the rest of your day with grace. Props Needed: A block.
1-2 10 Claudine Lafond
Pregnancy is a time when your senses are heightened, your body is strong, and your will is even stronger! It's a time to step into your strength as a woman and a creator. Empower yourself from the inside out with this energizing flow. Challenge yourself to tap into your inner warrior through standing poses, upper body strengthening and hip openers. Revisit this class throughout your pregnancy, to remind yourself how powerful you really are!
1-2 30 Carole Westerman
Flow for fit mammas who are enjoying a healthy pregnancy. Begins with a meditation to a sound-bath of 'om's' to tune into the connectedness of all things. Warm up with creative sun salutations (surya namaskar) and crescent pose heart opener. Warrior 2 flow to strengthen the legs building to peek pose half moon (ardha chandrasana). Kegel exercises in malasana squat for pelvic floor tone. Pigeon (raja kapotasana) and supported restorative (reclined cobblers pose) supta baddha konasana and savasana to finish. Props Needed: Two blocks, three blankets, one bolster
2-3 60 Jo Tastula
This short sequence is designed to help ease your nausea. Morning sickness can be a 24-hour nightmare (it was for me). This practice will help alleviate your discomfort and remind you that its all worth it in the end. Feel better mama!
1 20 Stephanie Snyder
Your pelvic floor can be an elusive place to find in your practice. You know it's important to care for it during pregnancy and as a preparation for birth, but what does that even mean? Short and sweet, this class introduces you to easily accessible poses designed to help bring awareness to your root. Come to a comfortable seat and move through a series of seated poses as well as squats to help create greater body sensibility. Props Needed: A blanket.
1-2 5 Carole Westerman
Sometimes you know you'll feel better after some yoga, but you are just sooo tired. If you're having one of those days, then this class for you. Appropriate for all trimesters. Move through a nice easy flow with delicious stretches and poses that will pamper your pregnant body. To top it all off, use a tennis ball for some self-massage for your hips and shoulders. Props Needed: A tennis ball, wall space, a blanket, bolster and two blocks.
1-2 30 Carole Westerman
This class is for mammas who are coming to yoga for the first time during pregnancy. It's a Basic nuts and bolts class on the do's and don'ts to ensure a beautiful supportive yoga practice during pregnancy. This class is part discussion and meditation, with basic seated postures. Props Needed: Two blankets, two blocks, and one strap
1 30 Jo Tastula
A wonderfully fluid practice designed to keep both you and your baby moving in unison. Begin with a few hip circles to warm up your lower body and dynamic seated cat/cows to direct the flow of energy to your spine and front body. Open your side body with dancing gate pose flow. Get creative and explore your own organic movements. Savor and appreciate each moment you have in this special stage of your life. Props Needed: Two bolsters and a blanket.
2 20 Claudine Lafond
Your body changes daily during pregnancy. One day you feel abundant and beautiful, the next bloated and unbalanced. Whatever kind of day you're having, just get on your mat and let the magic happen! This class is all about LOVE, with a focus on heart opening and positive affirmation. Begin with pigeon pose before flowing into goddess, with a forward fold to complete. Love yourself, love your miraculous body, and love the life you're creating.
1-2 30 Carole Westerman
This practice is designed for the mama who has some experience with yoga pre-pregnancy. The intention of this class is to help you feel more connected to your body and your baby. Pregnancy is a time of great change and unknown, I hope this practice will bring you back to a place of trust and acceptance. Yoga can empower us during these times! We will move through a challenging yet flowing standing series, including shoulder and upper chest openers. Then a few gentle backbends followed by seated poses. A complete practice to leave you feeling energized, confident, and grounded.
2-3 60 Stephanie Snyder
This is an active prenatal class for those mammas who feel fit and healthy during their 2nd trimester (in saying that we still move at a graceful pace). Starting with meditation, we move into seated postures that tone the hips and spine. Our creative flow takes us through new pose goddess (think dancing shiva), warrior 2 (virabhadrasana), temple, wide legged forward bend (prasarita pashimottonasana) & triangle (trikonasana). Also strengthening squats & pelvic floor kegels. Single pigeon (eka pada raja kapotasana) for dessert :) Props Needed: A blanket and two blocks.
2 45 Jo Tastula
Practice a meditation designed for expectant parents (both mothers and fathers) to help you to be in the optimum mental, emotional, and spiritual state during pregnancy. Focus on letting go of medical fears, logistical stress, outside pressures, and self-doubt issues to allow yourself to focus on what's truly important to your heart.
1 15 David Harshada Wagner
Set the tone for your day. Address the aches and pains of waking up in the morning- tight outer hips from side lying, sore shoulders, and the feeling of compression in your low back. Relieve fluid retention and swelling. You may even break into a little sweat. Props Needed: A Blanket, a block, a strap and a bolster.
2 30 Stephanie Snyder
Let it go and let it flow. Boost your lower body circulation with unique toe, ankle, foot and calf stretches. The targeted standing poses will open your hips, legs, psoas and IT band. Props Needed: A block and a blanket.
1-2 45 Carole Westerman
This prenatal class is designed for the yogini who has an established practice. We will flow through many of your old favorites now modified for your growing belly. Includes a strong standing sequence and camel pose.
2-3 30 Stephanie Snyder
If you didn't know how precious sleep was before you were pregnant, you surely do as a mother-to-be! Start slow, build to a crescendo, then slide back down into a calm puddle of gratitude. Expect lots of calming forward folds with resting of the head, some subtle shoulder and chest opening, and an all levels inversion too. Props Needed: Two blocks, a bolster and a blanket.
1-2 45 Carole Westerman
This prenatal class is a strong flow with actual vinyasa. It is designed for the practitioner who loves vinyasa and is ready to start modifying for your baby and your ever changing body. Includes a flowy warrior 2 sequence, lunges, prasarita, and ending with pigeon. We use 2 blocks and a blanket.
2-3 45 Stephanie Snyder
Begin by opening up your hips and side body in seated postures. Then enjoy an empowering standing flow with lunges and a heart opener. You are a mama on the move. You never know where your day will take you. What you need is a practice that will meet you wherever you are. Get in your body and on with the rest of your day.
1-2 30 Carole Westerman
A prenatal class that is pelvis centric, opening your hips through standing and grounded hip openers that will help move your baby into ideal position. Remember in this class to stay connected to your inner wisdom and instinct, to value the external experience but also trust the internal knowing and biology that will support through pregnancy, birth, and motherhood. Props Needed: 2 blocks, a strap and a blanket.
2 45 Stephanie Snyder
During pregnancy, the curves of your spine shift in order to accommodate your growing belly. This change can affect your balance as well as your posture; both of which can contribute to back ache and fatigue. With a soothing flow, you will bring a sense of ease to your spine with a variety of poses targeted to bring release and length. We start the class with some restorative postures, you then build to a standing pose sequence that takes us back down to the earth for some finishing stretches. Props Needed: A bolster, a blanket and a block.
1-2 45 Carole Westerman
This is a guided meditation to help prepare both mentally and emotionally for labor. We use the powerful imagery of a circle of mothers to really boost and empower us for this most sacred of journeys. BLESSINGS!!!! Props Suggested: 1-3 Blankets
1 20 Jo Tastula
A yin sequence designed to open the energy flow in your kidney meridian, which is related to the water element and your ability to adapt to situations without fear. Through a sequence of long holds in hip openers and gentle backbends, invite wisdom into your life, so that you may experience birth and pregnancy from a more empowered place. Props Needed: A bolster, two blocks and a blanket.
1-2 60 Carole Westerman
As you progress in your pregnancy, your front body gets over stretched and your back body gets over used. A fluid class to bring more awareness and openness to your side body. Start with seated spinal rolls, shoulder mobility in gate pose (parighasana) and modified sun salutations (surya namaskar) with upper body twists. Build strength with standing half moon and finish with a wide legged side stretch and cobbler's pose. Props Needed: A block and a blanket.
2 30 Jo Tastula
In this meditation, Harshada guides parents-to-be through a soothing session of deep relaxation and healing visualization.
1 20 David Harshada Wagner
More love! Bring more love into your growing baby with this 30 minute sequence, including seated poses at the wall, a delicious hamstring stretch, and a delicious restorative side-lying pose for relaxation.
1 30 Elena Brower
In this class we use the wall for support in our standing and seated poses. This class is for the third trimester or beginner in prenatal yoga and honors the challenging but amazing process you are going through by focusing on the vastness and openness that pregnancy and motherhood bring to your your life. This sequence will help alleviate your aches and pains and help you feel supported and empowered.You will need a blanket, two blocks, and a wall to lean against.
1 30 Stephanie Snyder
You can do it! This practice will help you acknowledge and then release fear that you may have around labor, birth, and motherhood. This class is designed for the third trimester mama so we keep it simple and sweet. I send all my love to you during this time, and blessings for a beautiful birth. You will need a blanket and block for this practice.
1-2 30 Stephanie Snyder
A sweet, brief, well-rounded prenatal sequence. Offer these grounding, centering, strengthening and relaxing moments to yourself, in order to bring calm to your baby and a bright opening to your body, mind and heart.
1 15 Elena Brower
This class is meant to prepare you for the remainder of your pregnancy and birth. You are divinely engineered to move through pregnancy and birth successfully and with great courage and grace. This class will remind you of that inner resource. This sequence includes poses to open the shoulders and hips, reduce fluid retention, strengthen the legs and open the heart.
2 45 Stephanie Snyder

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