Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga @
ACT Yoga and Meditation Centre
I am a yoga and meditation teacher with three decades experience here in Canberra. As well as teaching normal yoga classes, I have specialised in teaching pregnant women, and mums & bubs.
I have been fortunate to be a support person for numerous women during their births and have also trained in Ayurvedic post-natal recovery care. Drawing on this experience I can offer you, whether you are new to yoga or an experienced practitioner, ways to apply the beneficial practices of yoga, breathing and meditation to build confidence and enhance your unique preparation for birth and motherhood. I create a friendly and relaxed environment in the comfort of a home studio, close to the city centre, where you can meet and practice yoga with like minded women. You are very welcome...
Classes are now running face to face again
with some live online with Zoom options
Some Impressive Research
CAN PRENATAL YOGA REDUCE LABOR PAIN & IMPROVE BIRTH OUTCOMES?
This randomized control trial of 200 primips at ≥30-Weeks, all with no prior yoga experience, had some fascinating results. These 20yr-35yr expectant women, had six 30-min sessions from 30-39 weeks’ gestation. Outcomes with these women was they required fewer inductions, had shorter labors, less analgesics, more vaginal births, less C-sections, better pain tolerance, fewer low-weight babes. Impressive results for only 3 hours of yoga over 10 weeks!
Read whole article at https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30160530/
Term 4 2020 - Mon 19 Oct- Wed 9 Dec
Bookings for Term 4 2020 - Open now
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These classes are being taught by a qualified yoga teacher. All care will be taken to ensure your wellbeing and safety. Any instructions given are intended as guidance only and you should not do anything that you consider is inappropriate for you. This course is not intended as a substitute for medical advice or care. Please consult your medical practitioner before you begin or if you have any questions or concerns about the suitability of these classes.