Post-natal/Baby Yoga

***Currently all yoga classes are being held via Zoom due to COVID-19 pandemic.  Although this is not an ideal situation, the classes have remained popular. Please contact to book on as places are limited.  Prices are as below or may be adjusted for current income situation – just ask :).***

Post-natal/Baby Yoga – Tuesdays at 11am

Mum and baby yoga is suitable for adults with babies from birth to crawling.

Breathing, singing, movement, and relaxation, yoga for mums and babies. Each session is different, as they are completely baby led. Join us to learn practices to help baby and mummy bond, stretch/strengthen and relax after birth. Post-natal yoga helps support our core function and ease out the aches and pains from being a mum.

Babies love these yoga classes, and bonding with their mums in this special way. Mums love these classses, they get tips and advice about yoga tricks that help baby sleep, and soothe baby. They also meet other mums and babies at similar stages. Post-natal is such an inportant time to get back into shape and support your body and mind. Many mums find the mindfulness and relaxation tools immensely beneficial. Anyone is welcome to join, no previous yoga experience required. We work with stretching and strengthening to restore the pelvic floor and core. and help with low back pain, or shoulder pain.

Most mums join the class after their 6 week check up, and spend the majority of maternity leave at mum and baby yoga, making new friends and enjoying this special bonding time.

Cost is £6 for block bookings or £6.5 pay as you go. Class Pass system for a block. Please use your pass within this term. Regular courses, Term time only.  Cost is £6 for block bookings or £6.50 pay as you go.

To book or more information about Post-natal/Baby Yoga, then please email or call/text 07965 582530.

I’m so glad I found your pregnancy yoga class that helped me so much, then through baby AND toddler yoga which M has loved. Thank you so much. You’ve been amazing.

Lots of love, Jane and M
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