Mommy & Me
Child age is up to 3 months
- 1 hr1 hour
- Online Meetup
The gentle movements and mindful breathing integral to yoga boost abdominal strength and activate the pelvic floor muscles, which aids recovery from giving birth. Classic poses — from upward-facing dog to cobra — open up the shoulders and chest you rely on for all of the rocking and cradling you do in the first few months with your baby. Although be mindful protect your tummy. If you're recovering from diastasis recti, avoid poses that engage your core muscles (like boat pose) and skip any deep backbends. Stretch gently. Because your body continues to produce hormones that loosen the ligaments even after you give birth, don’t push too hard on the stretching. If any move seems like it might be a little too much for you or your baby, speak up. If you still feel at all uncomfortable, skip it. DON'T OVER DO IT ! The simple stretches and poses can help your baby gain self and environmental awareness. Bond with your new baby. Baby yoga should be more about the bonding than the workout. Mommy and Me classes help promote a healthy sense of balance for parents by allowing them the opportunity to socialize, this can be a playful activity you can enjoy together. Check out baby's skills.
To cancel or reschedule, please contact us at least 24 hours in advance.
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