ABOUT PREGNACY YOGA
The NHS classifies pregnant women as moderately at risk of Covid-19 due to higher risks with flu.
In the studio, we have limited numbers to 11 people plus the teacher. You can read our Covid-19 protocol here.
Theresa teaches our pregnancy yoga (antenatal) class in Brixton/ Herne Hill on Sunday evenings. No previous experience of yoga is necessary. You need to be at least 12 weeks pregnant to attend and then you are welcome to drop in. However, if you have any questions or complications please contact Theresa directly: email@example.com
This is a chance to meet other pregnant women who live close by, creating a support network during pregnancy and beyond. Yoga during pregnancy aids deep relaxation, calms fluctuating emotions and helps to prepare you for labour and motherhood. It is energising, uplifting and nurturing and is a great way to release the tensions in the body and build strength and stamina.
Theresa also teaches a mum & baby yoga class on Fridays at 11:30 so you can come to that class once you have had your baby.
“Thank you for teaching such a relaxing, calm and positive pregnancy yoga class. It really was one of the highlights of my pregnancy, I enjoyed the opportunity to check in with myself once a week and it really helped me understand what my changing body was capable of. I didn’t regularly attend yoga classes before pregnancy but I will be making sure I do from now on as I really valued spending “me time” in that way.” Laura, May 2019
“The birth was as good as it could of been. I did listen to you throughout, it was very helpful the yoga really really helped, during the pregnancy and very much so during the labour, I don’t think it would have been such an experience without your help! Thank you.” Emma, May 2019
ABOUT MUM & BABY YOGA
In the studio we have limited numbers to 8 people plus the teacher. You can read our Covid-19 protocol here.
This postnatal yoga class is on Fridays at 11:00 and is a nurturing space that focuses on supporting your health and wellbeing, where new mums can meet each other and share experiences while adjusting to having a baby.
It includes gentle stretching and strengthening of the body, exercises to improve posture, breathing and relaxation techniques to promote inner calm, songs and gentle movements to bond with the baby. Postnatal yoga can definitely help with your postnatal recovery as well as being a lovely place to meet other mums and connect to a support network.
You may begin this class after your 6-8 week postnatal check up.