Pregnancy Yoga

Over 3 hours of Stretching, Breathing and Relaxation for Mothers-to-be

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Prenatal Yoga for newbies and experienced yoginis

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17 videos and over 3 hours of

Pregnancy Yoga for all levels.

You can mix and match to create yoga sequences to suit your lifestyle and energy.

Welcome. I am Anja Brierley Lange, the founder of yogaembodied. I am a yoga teacher and ayurvedic practitioner. And have a special interest in Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga. Aside from teaching pre- and postnatal yoga I also trained as Doula with acclaimed obstetrician Dr Michel Odent and doula, Liliana Lamis. And I co-wrote and am the course leader of YogaLondon’s pre- and postnatal teacher training course.

I am absolutely delighted to finally share my love for pregnancy and postnatal yoga online with you -wherever you are in the World. I am demonstrating and instructing the videos in the program based on my years of teaching experience. Enjoy.

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Here is what is included

Module1
Welcome and Introduction

An introduction and welcome message for you and your bump.

Ideas of how to use the videos as separate sequences or how to add them together for a longer yoga session.

This is what you will find in the Pregnancy Modules:

  • 6 x 10 minute sessions
  • 5 x 15 minute sessions
  • 2 x 30 minute sessions
  • Total of 3 hours and 15 minutes of yoga videos

 

Module2
Easy Breathing

3 videos of upper back and shoulders release.

Each including breathing exercises to support you during pregnancy, labour and birth.

Module3
Pelvic Awareness

2 practises focusing on the pelvic floor and pelvic stability

Module4
Standing sequences

2 sequences to create strength, stamina and stretching.

Module5
Seated Hip Stretches

3 sequences to stretch and open up the hips and lower back.

Module6
Full Flow

30 minutes of Prenatal Yoga flow for all levels.

Module7
Prenatal Vinyasa

2 practises including a modified Sun Salutation and a 30 minutes flow practise for yoginis missing a more dynamic and regular practise.

Free Bonuses

  • #1
    Postnatal Yoga

    Enjoy 3 sequences to practise postpartum to support your recovery after pregnancy and birth.

    • 2 x short (10-15 minute) sessions
    • 1 x 30 minutes of Postnatal Flow
  • #2
    Postnatal Pelvic Floor Practise

    A short Pelvic Floor practise specifically for new mums.

    • 1 x 10 minutes of Pelvic Floor awareness

WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?

Pregnancy Yoga aims to encourage women to create strength, flexibility and relaxation – physically, mentally and emotionally. In the journey to otherhood, during pregnancy and postnatal recovery, yoga can support a woman to listen to her body’s intelligence and during pregnancy connect with her baby. Expect physical postures influenced by Vinyasa Flow Yoga, breath awareness and relaxation.

Please check with your health consultant if you have any concerns.

Why 14 weeks?

The first trimester is a time for the body to get used to being pregnant. There are plenty of hormonal changes (sometimes manifesting as nausea, heartburn, tiredness) and it is also the time where the body will either accept the healthy foetus or if something isn’t right our bodies will reject it. If this is the case it usually happens around 7-12 weeks. Exercise, or yoga, will not be the cause of a potential rejection/miscarriage but no one would want to have that association or concern. Especially if you have a history of repeated miscarriages or have had IVF treatments. HOWEVER many women enjoy continuing with their regular yoga practise. If that is the case please let your yoga teacher know. I have happily had my existing yoginis in my classes (flow and prenatal) from conception to until their waters break!

Enjoyable active yoga during your pregnancy for all levels

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HOW DO I GET STARTED AND HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

Once you register you get immediate access to the full course. It is a lifetime membership for as long as the course exists so you can simply use it as often as you like. You will also get any updates as the course develops with no extra costs. Even if the price increases.

Simply press the Sign Up button. It will you to a secure payment form where you register and pay with your debit or credit card. You will get an email with log in and password details.

Please keep the email safe. You log in on the top right hand corner of your screen and will get access to the full course and bonuses.

Please practise patience. The actual purchase can take a little while. Do not press the return or delete button during your purchase. (If you are impatient you can double check your email to see if you received the confirmation email).

 

When can I start?

We generally recommend that you can start at 14 weeks. The first trimester is a time for the body to get used to being pregnant. There are plenty of hormonal changes (sometimes manifesting as nausea, heartburn, tiredness) and it is also the time where the body will either accept the healthy foetus or if something isn’t right our bodies will reject it. If this is the case it usually happens around 7-12 weeks. Exercise, or yoga, will not be the cause of a potential rejection/miscarriage but no one would want to have that association or concern. Especially if you have a history of repeated miscarriages or have had IVF treatments. HOWEVER many women enjoy continuing with their regular yoga practise. If that is the case please let your yoga teacher know. I have happily had my existing yoginis in my classes (flow and prenatal) from conception to until their waters break!

When is it too late to start?

You can start anytime after 14 weeks. Even in your 3rd trimester. And of course you can practise yoga even during labour and birth!

You also have your 4 bonus videos which are specifically for postpartum recovery. Some of the prenatal practises, especially the Breathing exercises, are wonderful postnatal as well.

I have never practised yoga before!

No problem. This is a wonderful time to start. You will ease into it gently and practise for you – and your baby. It is a great time to learn to listen to your body and prepare for labour, birth and postnatal recovery.

Can I continue my usual yoga/exercise practise during the programme?

Of course. But always speak to your instructor and let them know how you are doing in your pregnancy.

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Pregnancy Yoga Course
£14.97
one-time

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The videos can be downloaded as well as streamed.

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