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Yoga is an activity that focuses on mental and physical wellbeing. It uses a series of body positions (called postures) and breathing exercises.

Yoga in pregnancy is a great way to stay active and is healthy for you and your baby. Yoga classes in pregnancy focus on relaxation and breathing techniques with postures that are adapted for pregnancy.

Yoga has been shown to reduce anxiety and help women stay calm in pregnancy and labor. It can also improve your sleep. Many of the breathing techniques you use in yoga can help you get ready for giving birth.

If you use them during your labor they will help you stay calm and breathe steadily through your contractions. Doing yoga during pregnancy may even mean you need less pain relief during your baby’s birth

A study looking at the effect of yoga on pregnancies with high-risk complications has indicated that yoga can have a positive effect on the pregnancy and on the health of the baby.


Antenatal Yoga

Antenatal care is essential for protecting the health of women and their unborn children.


Back strengthening

Most back strengthening exercises focus on the core muscles, including the abdominal, gluteus, and hip muscles.


Post natal Yoga

a care given to the mother and her newborn baby immediately after the birth of the placenta and for the first six weeks of life.


Pelvic floor strengthening

Yoga for the pelvic floor focuses on strengthening the muscles in and around your pelvic floor.

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