[VIDEO] How to prepare yourself for labor with Prenatal YogaSeptember 4, 2020
This 45 min practice is an Active Flow that focus on Hip Mobility and Pelvis Opening.
Learn how to stretch, tone and relax your body while breathing properly for you and baby safely. Practicing Prenatal Yoga regularly helps:
– Preparing yourself physically and mentally for labor and birth.
– Relaxing and connecting to yourself and your little one inside.
– Reducing pain and discomfort (back, shoulders, neck, sleep and digestion)
👉 This practice is safe for all trimesters but to avoid any miscarriage during the 1st trimester I usually recommend to my students to do not practice yoga before the 12th week of pregnancy. If you are experiencing pelvic girdle pain (PGP) or having any risk of preterm labor, placenta praevia or high blood pressure this practice is not recommended for you! Always consult a professional in the medical and health area for your particular needs and circumstances prior to making any medical or health related decisions. For your health related questions, please seek the advice of a licensed physician or any other qualified health care provider. 🌸
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