PELVIC FLOOR HEALING AND STRENGTHENING | POST-NATAL YOGA
POST-NATAL | YOGA + PILATES • 21m
This beautiful sequence is a wonderful way to gently rebuild core and pelvic floor strength after having a baby, whilst enabling you to stretch, restore and relieve tension through the full body, whilst giving you a chance to rest and reset. This class is recommended for those that have already begun their recovery journey and are at least 12+ weeks (16+ weeks C-section) Postpartum.
We recommend you follow our specially designed programmes for each stage of recovery, which can be found on our website and on your welcome newsletter.
Equipment: Yoga Blocks
+ Only practice after your 8 week check, if you had a C-Section please wait at least 12 weeks and ensure your Doctor has told you that you are safe to exercise
+ Listen to your body, rest when you need and stop if you are in any pain at all. Less is more.
+ We avoid deep twists, deep backbends and inversions
+ Do not practice abdominal exercises other than deep abdominal engagement and supported deep abdominal exercise
+ Be mindful not to overstretch
+ Postnatal specific classes are advisable in your baby’s first year
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