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Pregnancy Yoga London: Best Way to Relax Your Body

It is normal to feel a range of emotions and become stressed while you are pregnant. Exercise is a good way to relieve tension, but in your current condition, you need a less intensive, yet effective workout like pregnancy yoga in London. The goal of pregnancy yoga is to help expectant women achieve harmony of body, mind, and spirit during an important, personal journey in their life. Pregnancy causes an array of physical and psychological transformations to the body, but yoga can be tailored to keep up with those changes. Just be sure to sign up for private classes being offered by an experienced and qualified instructor.


The best pregnancy yoga classes in London are ideally a three-stage prenatal programme that addresses the common physical issues, like heavy legs and back pain. Safe sequences are administered in a private and supportive environment, under the guidance of an experienced teacher. Pregnancy yoga focuses on breathing, based on the belief that breath connects the mind and body. With proper breathing, you can feel more relaxed and at ease in your transforming body, while feeling a stronger connection with your baby.


Pregnant women often feel vulnerable due to the confusion and mixed feelings they experience during this period. The postnatal period can be emotionally and physically, too. However, pregnancy yoga in London can make you feel at ease, relax your body, and prepare you for childbirth and the postnatal period. Yoga is a great means to nurture yourself and ensure good physical health and well-being. It helps build your physical strength, tone your body, and at the same time, it relaxes your body and mind to make you feel energised.


Yoga can provide a lot of other benefits, such as reduced anxiety and stress, improved posture, and faster postnatal recovery. It may promote decreased headaches, minimise your risk of going into preterm labour, and lower your risk of intrauterine growth restriction. You will also learn proper breathing and relaxation methods for more comfortable and easier labour. Bottom line, prenatal yoga is great for your overall wellness. You can find a good selection of pregnancy yoga classes in London. For more exclusivity, consider private sessions, which can be done in the comfort of your home or office.

Source: www.pommama.com/programme
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Yoga for Pregnancy


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Exercises of yoga during pregnancy are always effective to keep mother and baby healthy but pregnant women should always try easy and safe yoga poses.


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review 2016-01-25 21:03
Review: Pregnancy Health Yoga by Tara Lee, Mary Attwood, and Gowri Motha
Pregnancy Health Yoga: Your Essential Guide for Bump, Birth and Beyond - Tara Lee,Mary Attwood,Gowri Motha

Initial reaction: Great, encouraging resource for not only pregnant women who want to do low impact and relaxing yoga poses for toning, but also for relaxation and with specific attention to aches and pains such as backaches and leg pain. The specific information for poses during the different trimesters was also helpful.

Full review:

Quick review for a quick read. I read "Pregnancy Health Yoga" back in 2013 as a resource for looking at fitness programs for special populations, and I ended up loving this concise, easy to understand guide towards helping women begin a yoga program during the various stages of their pregnancy. It begins with attention drawn to way one breathes (which is something that's key to meditations) and positive affirmations the client can use. Then the book expounds upon different movements illustrated in full-color photos and defines the benefit of each stretch, posture and movement though each section of the book. The guide highlights movements not only for the purposes of relaxation, but also for common aches and pains associated with pregnancy (stiff back, morning sickness, heartburn, pubic pain, and several other ailments). My galley copy was about 144 pages long and certainly not only a resource I'll use for future reference, but also recommend to clients as well. Highly recommended.

Overall score: 4.5/5 stars.

Note: I received this as an ARC from NetGalley, from the publisher.

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