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Pregnancy Yoga – All Your Questions Answered

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Pregnancy Yoga – All Your Questions Answered.

There are so many reasons to join a pregnancy yoga group or class. I absolutely recommend them for relaxation and as a way to prepare your body for birth and motherhood. They are also the best way to create your motherhood support circle and this is an absolute essential for any mum-to-be.

Before you join, you are bound to have lots of questions about it. I was recently asked to write an expert article for MyBump2Baby – Pregnancy Yoga All Your Questions Answered. You can find that article here: Pregnancy Yoga – All Of Your Questions Answered.

Along with answering all your questions on pregnancy yoga in the article, I would also recommend that you do your best to check out the ‘vibe’ and structure of any pregnancy yoga class you join. Is it very much a class full of yoga instruction or it is a place where, alongside the yoga, you practice breathing techniques for birth and time is set aside for you to speak with and make friendships with the other mums-to-be?

My pregnancy yoga class here in Birmingham is very much the latter. It is a safe space for you to practice pre-natal yoga, relax, learn breathing exercises. We also share experiences and ask those pregnancy related questions you might not want to ask anywhere else.

Being part of a group of other mums-to-be helps you create a community. This will be invaluable to you once your baby is born. It also gives you an understanding and non-judgemental space to ask all your pregnancy and birth related questions. You are able to hear other birth stories, spend time with other mums thinking the same things you are and celebrate when beautiful babies arrive.

The pregnancy yoga is very important. The beautiful community you become part of even more so.

If you’re interested in what you get when you join my pregnancy yoga class, please take a look here: PREGNANCY YOGA AND BIRTH PREPARATION¬†. We meet at 7:00pm on a Monday evening in Moseley, Birmingham.