Prenatal Yoga Fit
Whether you are new to yoga, or a seasoned yogi, the benefits of a Prenatal yoga can be observed both throughout your entire pregnancy and during the birthing process. Attending a yoga class every week is a gentle reminder to take the time out of your busy work and home life to care for your body and bond with your growing baby.
The pregnant body is ever changing and growing whether you are ready for it or not! There are many “joys” that come along with pregnancy, such as varicose veins, insomnia, back pain, fatigue, constipation and leg cramps. Would you believe it if we said that some of these “joys” could be alleviated through yoga practice? Well believe it baby! Prenatal yoga is a great way to physically and mentally prepare the body and mind for the impending labor and delivery of your new little love.
Joining a prenatal yoga class is a fantastic way to meet other pregnant women and become part of a community. Being in a safe, positive and supportive environment with others like you allows you to freely discuss any issues, from discomforts and concerns, to the wonderful new changes your body and baby are experiencing.
Wear your most comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle, yoga mat, two small pillows, and a blanket.
No experience is necessary.
Stay tuned for new classes coming soon!
Instructor - Tara Stokes
Please see cancellation policy for return details
SURVEY:We want to make sure that this class is right for you so all participants of this course are asked to complete this quick and easy ePARmed-X+ survey. Thank You!
"The prenatal yoga class at Baby Bump has been a wonderful addition to my pregnancy! Tara is amazing, calming and encouraging. The class is gentle and easy flowing, perfect for a beginner like me. Each class is varied and focused on different aspects of relaxation. As someone who has chronic lower back problems I leave every class feeling refreshed, relaxed and less sore than when I started. There is no push to go past your limits and it is encouraged to take a rest if needed, which being pregnant is always!"
— M. McKENZIE, BRANDON MB