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Trauma-sensitive yoga is a form of yoga as therapy, adapted from modern postural yoga. Yoga is a mind-body practice, with many forms and styles. It typically includes physical postures called asanas, breathing exercises (pranayama), mindfulness, and meditation. Research has demonstrated that postural yoga can reduce stress, enhance physical health, and heighten one's sense of self.
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These classes are designed to meet the needs of pregnant women and their growing babies by allowing them to connect with their babies and bodies during this special period in their lives. Specific postures are performed with the purpose of connecting and strengthening the pelvic floor area, specific areas of the core and nourishing your bodies as a whole. Also, included would be certain positions for OFP (Optimal fetal positioning) and practices on managing pain during labour and birth. In an effort to achieve physical, mental and emotional harmony, we focus on spinal alignment and toning of birthing muscles, as well as stamina and relaxation of both body and mind.
Some pranayama, chanting and meditation maybe included.
Suitable for Mums to be to help prepare for your Birth and Motherhood both physically and mentally.Each maternity exercise or movement can be tailored to your needs. The ultimate goal? To ensure reduction in discomfort during your pregnancy journey, building strength and flexibility leading to the role of breath towards delivery.
PRE & POSTNATAL
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This therapy is designed to nurture new mums and provide a safe environment for them to heal and repair their bodies and to talk about their experiences of birth as well as being a new mum. It provides them with a space to safely allow them to reconnect with their bodies. Postnatal yoga uses movement, balance and relaxation to allow your body to recover from pregnancy and birth. It helps to heal the body and mind, and repair all the tissues almost back to pre-pregnancy states. Some of the benefits of post natal yoga is to support the new mummy to strengthen pelvic floor muscles, condition abs and core area, ease muscle and joint aches and pains caused caring for the little one, regain spinal integrity as well as techniques to manage fatigue. It has also been known to help with postpartum depression.