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Yoga for Parents

Meditation Pre/Post Natal Hatha

Mindful parenting is an art. This collection is your go-to resource for practicing with baby, connecting with your teen and taking a very deep breath when it all feels overwhelming.

Clear the deck by using this end of the day meditation to brush away accumulated energies and get clear. Connect to the classical seven energy centers or chakras to notice and release tension and built up stress. This class is especially for parents with young kids in the house. While rewarding, parenting can also be stressful. Gain relief for the minds and hearts of those caring for little ones.
1-2 10 David Harshada Wagner
Life is busy with a tween and or teen at home, which makes it all the more important for you to find time to be fully present together. A guided meditation in which you sit and reflect upon the ways you are more similar than not. Gain insight and understanding of each other, allowing your relationship to grow in new ways. Props Suggested: A bolster and a blanket
1 10 Carole Westerman
This is my go-to sequence when my little one is being fussy and I just can't put her down. It's great for babies who are on the move! Take advantage of some cuddle time in basic standing postures, get upside down in a forward bend and finish with a twist.
1-2 15 Jo Tastula
Parents: so often we're tasked to respond to volatile external circumstances, and we lose touch with our own internal states. This practice takes us inside through layers of our body to help us be present at deeper levels of our being. With this presence, we're more forgiving of our own parents and of ourselves; the greatest gift we can give to our kids.
1 20 Elena Brower
When you're a parent, combined with having a stressful job, have a lot on your emotional plate or all of the above, this brief guided meditation practice gives you a moment to step back from the chaos and let go of the struggle. A little goes a long way, and can be practiced at any time of day. Props Suggested: One or two blankets.
1-2 5 Giselle Mari
If you're a new parent, you are probably in desperate need of more rest and more exercise. Designed for you and your pre-crawling baby, this is a slightly more active, up-tempo practice that includes reclined twists, salutations, standing poses, and shoulder and hip openers. It is the type of practice that you won't be able to do with your baby once they start crawling because you'll be too busy chasing them down! Savor this sweet practice with you and your loved one.
2 20 Jason Crandell
This fun little class is a good introduction for practicing yoga with your baby. Lots of seated movement for opening legs, torso and arms. Have fun with tickles in head to knee pose and windmill in straddle. Also lunges and downward dog mini cuddle savasana if all goes well. Prop Suggested: A blanket.
1-2 15 Jo Tastula
A deep five minute reset meditation especially for busy overwhelmed parents and caregivers.
1 5 David Harshada Wagner
Stretching and conscious breathing are both integral to a healthy lifestyle and the earlier we start the better. A perfect way for parents to practice yoga with their tweens and or teens, while instilling in each other the importance of family time and self care. Props Needed: A strap.
1-2 15 Carole Westerman
Toddlers are amazing yogis to practice with. They are completely spontaneous and honest. Have fun with your little one and enjoy the wonders of discovering yoga through animals. Begin with a very brief meditation before introducing poses like down dog, tree, cat/cow and cobra as you walk through the jungle on an animal adventure. No props needed, although a blanket might be nice for savasana. Have fun and bring your best animal noises! Props Suggested: A blanket.
1-2 20 Jo Tastula
If your baby is between 3-6 months old, you probably need to practice more than ever. Designed for you and your pre-crawling baby, this practice includes reclined hip-openers, seated forward bends, twists and side-bends. It's a slow, deep, unwinding sequence that you can practice with your new loved one. The practice also includes mild core-strengthening work. Mothers that aren't ready to work their core yet can easily skip this brief component.
1-2 20 Jason Crandell

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