When can I start pregnancy yoga?
As the class is very gentle you are welcome to come along at any point, including your first trimester. However many women find that they feel sick or very tired during the first trimester and if this is the case I would suggest that you wait until you feel a little less exhausted before starting yoga.
I have never been to a yoga class before, is it OK to start now?
Yes, the class is very gentle and is suitable for beginners.
Do I need to bring any equipment?
No, everything is provided. Just bring yourself and your bump.
What shall I wear?
Loose, comfortable clothes. Jogging bottoms or leggings are good.
How much are the classes?
The classes are £7 each and need to be paid for in each half term block. This can be done on this website.
Why do I need to pay half termly?
Unfortunately, this is the only way that I know I can afford to run the classes. It also means that everyone in the half term block will get to know each other better and many new friendships are born in this way.
Can I try the class to see if I like it?
I am happy for you to pay for your first class on a drop in basis. Please let me know if you plan to come along and bring £7 with you. After this you will need to pre book.
What if I only want to pay for part of the term?
If you want to start half way through a block of classes or if your due date falls in the middle of a block of lessons I am happy to work something out. Please email me and we can discuss your situation.
I know that I am going to have a caesarian birth, is it still OK to come?
Yes, only part of the class is birth and labour practices. Many women who have a caesarian birth still find the breath work useful to cope with anxiety.
I have been diagnosed with pelvic girdle pain, can I still come?
Yes, very much so. I am qualified to adapt the poses. Many women actually find yoga useful for controlling PGP symptoms.