Prenatal Yoga

Safety Precautions for Prenatal Yoga

As every pregnancy is different you should exercise at a comfortable pace according to your own needs. Be aware of your body and adapt the postures to accommodate your tummy as it grows and discontinue the posture at first sign…

Swiss Ball Exercises During Pregnancy

The Swiss Ball can be used during pregnancy to help relief from lower back pain and pregnancy discomfort. Sit on the Swiss Ball and practice rotating movements to take the pressure of the baby from your back, avoid getting stiff…

Prenatal Yoga Double Knee Circle

o    Lie down with the knees bent. o    Put your hands on your knees and draw it up towards the chest, without applying pressure to the belly. o    Take a deep breath in and on the next out breath move…

Prenatal Yoga Pelvic Tilt Posture

o    Start by lying on your back with the lower back slightly elevated from the floor, following the natural curse of the spine. Bend the knees and keep the soles of the feet on the floor. o    On the next…

Prenatal Yoga Lunge Forward Posture

o    Start by crouching down with the knees open, tilt forward a little and place hands on the floor at a shoulder distance apart. o    Step the left foot forward, keeping the knee in alignment with the ankle. o    Stretch…

Prenatal Yoga Standing Leg Raise Posture

Stand upright in Tadasana posture with feet close together, pointing forward. Breath in and raise the arms up to shoulder level, palms facing downwards. Shift the weight onto the left foot and on the next in-breath raise the right leg forward to…

Prenatal Yoga Cat Stretch Posture

o    Start by sitting in Vajrasana, with the sole of the feet under the buttocks with the knees in front close together. o    Sit up on your knee and bend forward placing your hands on the floor, standing on four…

Prenatal Yoga Powerful Posture

o    Stand with feet close together with toes pointing forward. o    Breathe in and lift the arms up over the head with the palms facing inwards. o    Stretch up through the fingertips, on the next out breath bend the knees…