Yoga For Pregnancy › 30 to 45 mins

  • Restorative Yoga for Pregnancy41:44
    Restorative Yoga for Pregnancy

    Nikita Akilapa

    Support and soothe your pregnant body with this peaceful restorative pregnancy yoga class. Find deep rest with relaxing and nourishing postures (supported sukhasana, legs up the wall, supported twist, reclining savasana). With restorative yoga, less is more. Spending extended time in each posture carries lots of physiological benefits. Beyond the physical, we can use the stillness as an opportunity to really be present with baby. You will need a bolster, yoga bricks if you have them, and access to a wall.



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  • Pregnancy Yoga: Be Brave42:17
    Pregnancy Yoga: Be Brave

    Lucy McCarthy

    This pregnancy yoga class is an active flow for those in their second trimester and feeling well, healthy and mobile. It focuses on cultivating a positive state of mind and body, with lots of juicy standing poses to strengthen and open the hips and legs, plus some fun fear releasing techniques. It is suitable for those who had an active yoga practise pre-pegnancy. You will need two blocks and a bolster, if you have one, for final relaxation.



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  • Second Trimester Vinyasa Flow38:55
    Second Trimester Vinyasa Flow

    Katarina Rayburn

    This pregnancy yoga class is for fit, mobile expectant mamas with an established yoga practice and who still feel the desire to move. This class shows ways of adapting common practices, such as sun salutations and balances, to work for the pregnant body. If you had a regular yoga practice before your pregnancy, this class is just perfect. Whilst there is a flow, you're given more time to really connect to your baby and the changes that are taking place within your body, as well as some useful tools for pregnancy and labour. You will need two blocks, a blanket, a bolster - or find cushions or books around the home to support you.



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  • Pregnancy Restorative Yoga with Nidra35:52
    Pregnancy Restorative Yoga with Nidra

    Katarina Rayburn

    A really relaxing yoga class of gentle movements followed by yoga nidra. This class doesn't need a yoga mat and can be done in limited space or even in bed. Start with seated joint mobility, restorative forward folds and hip openers, all preparing your mind and body for total relaxation through the practice of yoga nidra. A great practice for when you are feeling tired, in need of a 'yogic power nap' or to prepare you for bedtime. Options for using bolsters to support are used, but you can use pillows or cushions as well. This is a pregnancy yoga class, specially created for mums-to-be to be able to find time to relax, but you may also want to try this is you're not pregnant for deep relaxation.



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  • Mum To Be Hip Happiness35:07
    Mum To Be Hip Happiness

    Lucy McCarthy

    A beautiful flowing pregnancy yoga class, ideal for those in second trimester who already have an established practice, focusing on bringing openess, space and ease into the pelvis in preparation for birth. Lots of deep hip opening poses, leading to some pregnancy soothing and calming breath work before a long luxurious hip opening restorative ending. You will need a bolster and two blocks.



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  • Fit Mum To Be Flow37:20
    Fit Mum To Be Flow

    Lucy McCarthy

    This is a lovely strong yoga class for pregnant women in their second trimester who already had a steady yoga practice pre-pregnancy and are feeling strong and energised. Sweet flowing sequence that opens the spine, builds to a steady standing pose flow, balancing, then some soothing yogic breath work ideal for pregnancy before ending in a delicious side lying restorative shavasana to close.



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  • Mother to be Medicine32:48
    Mother to be Medicine

    Lucy McCarthy

    Pregnancy yoga, ideally for those in the second trimester who have an existing yoga practice. This class is a side body opening flow for established practitioners. A delicious flowing practice that focuses on bring spaciousness into mind and body. Lots of juicy side body opening, fluid spinal exercises, grounding standing poses leading to a sumptuous restorative side lying shavasana.



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  • Honour Your Body43:05
    Honour Your Body

    Deanne Liew

    A dynamic pregnancy sequence that focuses on the lower back and pelvis area together with a little bit of leg work. Plenty of resting between poses between poses to keep you going. You will need a blanket, mat, bolster and a block. Suitable for 2nd and 3rd trimester.



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  • Get Moving: Standing Flow36:21
    Get Moving: Standing Flow

    Mimi Kuo-Deemer

    A qi-gong inspired gentle standing flow to move the hips, shoulders and gently build strength in legs and core. A fabulous class to cultivate steadiness, and an antidote to the business of sedentary modern life. The qi-gong inspired movements and water quality of softness in the poses are fabulous for building strength and stability. With no sun salutes, this class is great for most bodies including older bodies, those with limited mobility and pregnancy.



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  • Pregnancy yoga for lower back and pelvis37:26
    Pregnancy yoga for lower back and pelvis

    Sally Parkes

    A flowing sequence for pregnancy. Suitable for all trimesters, although as it is a flow sequence, don't push it too much! Great for sore lower backs and to give your hips and pelvic region relief. Includes lovely long pregnancy relaxation. You will need a block.



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  • 2nd Trimester: Morning Energiser41:26
    2nd Trimester: Morning Energiser

    Sally Parkes

    By your second trimester, you're ready to get moving again and get energy flowing to you and your bump. This beautiful, quiet morning energiser is classic Hatha Yoga at its best. A great practice even if you don't have a bump!



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  • All trimesters: Hip Openers31:41
    All trimesters: Hip Openers

    Sally Parkes

    This is a fabulous sequence for any time during pregnancy ”“a flowing freeing practice that loosens the shoulders, spine and hips. Using a chair for stability Sally moves us through side flexes to make space for baby with lunges and sitting hip openers to release the hips and lower back. Sally’s classes are perfect for new students who’ve started yoga during pregnancy and those of you who want tips to modify your current practice. Props: Chair



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  • Trimesters 2 & 3: Vinyasa flow34:15
    Trimesters 2 & 3: Vinyasa flow

    Zephyr Wildman

    A more challenging pregnancy vinyasa sequence to stabilise the pelvis,hips and lower back. This is quite a strong practice, suitable for those who have an existing yoga practice prior to their pregnancy and those who are feeling quite strong and ready to build and maintain their strength to prepare for the birth. You might want to use a cushion or bolster.



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