Postnatal Yoga Classes
Postnatal practices are designed specifically for women who want a mindful and effective approach to healing after birth. Learn how to safely restore your body to its optimal form while feeling supported and encouraged in your new role. You’ll get a great balance of pelvic floor and abdominal muscle repair, core strength building, and the mental restoration that new mamas need.
We offer 3 different options for your post-pregnancy yoga practice
Postnatal class with Playgroup (Mommy and Me Yoga) Want to get your yoga on but have a new baby or toddler? No problem! Come join us every Wednesday morning from 10-11 am for a family-friendly yoga class. Postnatal classes are suitable for mamas after the first 6 weeks postpartum (and it’s never too late to get started!). The option to keep your little one with you during practice or let the bigger kiddos join the playgroup means it’s easier than ever to make time for a yoga practice. Everyone is welcome here: babies, older kids, dads, nannies, grandparents…we all need some yoga.
Postnatal/Mommy and Me held at Vitalize community studio 3474 S. 2300 E. #12. Wednesday 10-11 am. Register for Postnatal Yoga/Mommy and Me Class
This small group practice is a more personalized approach for moms that want specialized instruction. This is time dedicated to a practice with out baby and groups meet on weekday evenings. Focus can be on healing abdominal separation, regaining pelvic floor function, improving core strength, general fitness and body toning. Each practice includes time to stretch, release tension and get grounded. Groups are kept small so that everyone gets the specific attention they need for the type of recovery and repair they are seeking. A great option for mamas who are working with Diastasis Recti, pelvic floor dysfunction, Cesarean recovery, back pain or other injuries.
Postnatal in-home session Don’t wait 6 weeks…You can start the recovery process right away! Start healing your body and restoring the optimal functions of the pelvic floor, core muscles and breath as a part of the postpartum recovery period. Exercises are introduced based on the type of delivery and the nature of recovery. A mindful and evidence-based approach to healing can help you get back to your former routine sooner. Offered in-home (yours) in order to honor mom and baby’s wellness.
For more info visit: http://utahprenatalyoga.com/