What Is Pre-Natal Yoga?

Pre-Natal Yoga is a great form of exercise for expecting mothers to help them learn how to breathe deeply and relax. This exercise comes in handy when they face the physical demands of labor, birth, and motherhood. This age-old practice also keeps them limber, muscles toned, and improves balance and circulation, with little, if any, impact on joints.
It is recommended to practice pre-natal yoga on the second trimester of pregnancy after consultation with your gynae and can be practiced right up to the birth of your baby! 

Who Can Do Pre-Natal Yoga? 

Pregnant ladies as well as ladies who wants to conceive. It is beginner friendly too!

Benefits of Pre-Natal Yoga

  • Improves sleep
  • Reduces stress and anxiety
  • Reduces water retention
  • Helps to stay in shape during pregnancy
  • Promotes blood circulation
  • Reduces back pain
  • Improves flexibility and strength for labor

When and What Yoga to Do After Labor? 

You can continue your yoga journey after consultation with your doctor. In particular, you can attend our core yoga class to help restore and develop core strength, as well as obtain a flat and toned abdominal region. These yoga poses are gaining a lot of popularity all around the globe due to the effect they have on the midsection of the body. Apart from the cosmetic benefits, a powerful core helps in preventing injuries and diseases and also provides assistance in performing other yoga poses.

For more information, approach our staff or drop us an email at yoga@platinumyoga.com.

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