Lily Dwyer Begg
Reconnect with those achey parts of your body following your pregnancy and give them extra love and attention. Recommended props: 1 block
Perfect Class, Fingers Crossed for More Postnatal Classes!
Very nice sequence but, for those recovering from c-secton, should offer a note and modification for shalabasana.
A wonderful postnatal sequence, I love the pace and always feel energized afterwards.
Research now proves that the Mula Bandha lock is actually contrary to a flexible pelvic floor; contraction and hold of the muscles that the mula bandha lock involves can instead cause the pelvic floor to become over-tight, lacking flexibility and cause issues in labour and postnatally, contributing to pelvic floor dysfunction.
Enjoyed the sequence, legs up the wall at the was perfect!
This is the best postnatal sequence! I am still using it almost 1 year postpartum to stretch my sorest places. Such a gift!!!
This was exactly what I needed tonight! Thank you!
Mix flow with meditation in this class aimed at preparing your mind and body for a restful and peaceful state. Recommended props: 1 strap, 1 block, 1 blanket
Whet your appetite for more yoga with this classic YogaWorks sequence. Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 strap
Melanie Lora Meltzer
Opening your hips and hamstrings takes time, but if you do this well rounded beginner practice regularly it will happen! Recommended props: 2 blocks, 2 blankets, 1 strap
Around the holidays it's easy to get overwhelmed and stretch yourself too thin. Cultivate patience and a sense of inner calm with this practice. Recommended props: 1 block, 1 bolster