Learn more about this hidden muscle group During this 2 hour online workshop you learn about the functions of the pelvic floor muscles, look at how to connect to them, and learn how to build up a routine to be conscious about their ability to tense up and relax. Learning about how to strengthen and relax the pelvic floor muscles might be an important addition to birth preparation and can be very helpful during birth. Regardless of how the baby decides to be born, this knowledge can help you maintain the health of these muscles during pregnancy and also
Are you looking for a last minute present for an expecting mother or someone, who has recently given birth? My weekly online yoga classes are for the body and the soul, helping to reduce anxiety and stress through strengthening and releasing exercises. Prices: 3 sessions for €28 5 sessions for €45 Day and time: Prenatal yoga: Wednesdays at 10:00 CET Postnatal yoga - Yoga for mothers: Sundays at 10:00 CET
In Birthlight pregnancy yoga I have found the connection between what I know and practice as a doula and what yoga can offer during pregnancy and then labour and birth. It gives the power and control back to you over your own body, on the level of your own comfort; with how you move and also with how much yogic you wish to be. Exercises I teach during the classes aim to restore and maintain balance, paying attention to pelvic awareness, to the importance of breathing, to the bond between mother and baby and how all these through movement
As a substitute teacher I am teaching pregnancy yoga Monday evenings in Amsterdam Noord for a couple of months. Come and join me for a relaxing practice with breathing exercises and movements to ease discomfort or tension in your changing body. Location: Yoga Sol -Zonneplein 8, 1033 EK Amsterdam Time: Mondays at 19:00 If you want to read more about my Birthlight pregnancy yoga classes, click here.
When I became pregnant with my first daughter 8 years ago I had very minimal yoga experience but for some reason pregnancy yoga felt like the thing I wanted to do. Previously I had been to - now looking back and having more experience - some very strange non pregnant yoga classes; one, for example was held next to a very noisy gym so relaxation or quiet concentration was hardly possible. Yoga in general didn't really speak to me, I felt intimidated by not knowing the correct usage of props, (especially bricks freaked me out, they looked just too