What is Yoga?
Yoga is a form of exercise and meditation where breath and specific body positions are used to help connect the mind and body. And prenatal yoga focuses on positions that are specifically designed for pregnant women’s bodies.
How is Prenatal Yoga is different from regular Yoga?
Typical positions in regular Yoga — such as those where your feet are spread far apart — may be too stressful for your joints and pelvic area when you’re expecting. As your baby grows, there’s a lot more weight pushing down on your bladder and pelvis. Pregnancy hormones also loosen your ligaments, making joint and bone problems (especially in the pubic bone) a source of discomfort. In addition to modifying positions for pregnancy, prenatal yoga also emphasizes breathing, stretches and strengthening moves that help your body prepare for labor.
When you should start Prenatal Yoga?
You can start prenatal yoga when your pregnancy reaches 20 weeks
What is the benefit of prenatal yoga?
– Calm the mind and reduce stress
– Increase stamina and strength
– Gives you time to connect with your body and your baby
– Help you find balance both physically and emotionally
– Relieves muscular tension
Sanur Medical Clinic provides several packages for parent to be :