This intermediate prenatal yoga sequence is designed for women in their first trimester of pregnancy. Explore the rest of the prenatal yoga journey series. Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 strap, 1 bolster
Thank you for a great sequence that offered gentle all-around stretching and centering breath practice. I especially enjoyed the side stretches for the intercostal muscles in this sequence, they felt great.
Thank you for the lovely prenatal practice. It's still early to find a prenatal class, so I've just been modifying my regular practice. This class gave me some ideas for home and for better modifications.
Thank you, I learned so much!
It's so nice to have a sequence that is dedicated to, and completely safe for, the first trimester. Most prenatal yoga isn't suitable until week 12 of pregnancy so it's great to finally find a class for the first trimester. I only wish there were more sequences suitable for the first trimester - I would especially love a more intermediate sequence that is safe for the first trimester.
Still in my first trimester and I appreciate these prenatal sequences. They adapt to this major transition that your body is undergoing by doing gentle stretches and toning during the practice. Even when I am not feeling my best, this is my go to sequence
I'm about 10 weeks and suffering from pretty horrid nausea and missing my yoga practice. This is a great routine to do when you aren't feeling great, but still want a yummy stretch. Thank you!
Firm and tone those glutes in this fun class that moves. Suggested props: resistance band, 2 small weights
Have fun with this energetic class that will get your heart pumping and alight the fire within.
Look like a master yogi when you nail the arm balance bakasana, or crow pose, in this beginners class designed with men in mind. Recommended props: 2 blocks
Melanie Lora Meltzer
Warm up the spine with plenty of twists so you can get into dhanurasana, or bow pose, in this advanced beginners class. Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 strap