PRENATAL FLOW

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  • PRENATAL FLOW 1

    Pregnancy is such a beautiful thing. And for those of you who want to continue to move while pregnant, slower movements is exactly what you need and are looking for. When you pregnant, your ligaments are more susceptible to injury. They are more lax and prone to stretching, so we want to make sur...

  • PRENATAL FLOW 2

    Yoga during pregnancy is all about making modifications to the process so as not to overwork any one particular area of the body. As we begin each flow in bridge, really focus on this idea of using your glutes to drive your hips upwards. The glutes will really help to stabilize and help keep the ...

  • PRENATAL FLOW 3

    Progressing further into the third trimester you want to really slow things down since the heart rate can now be more variable. Take breaks as needed - you just want to keep the open feeling in the chest wall and the legs and hips active, mobile, and strong! Side to side movement is beneficial he...

  • PRENATAL FLOW - SECOND TRIMESTER WITH LANA

    Follow along with one of my teachers and former students as she progresses through a flow to help promote strength, while keeping things at a mild pace and tempo. During the second trimester, it is important to keep things moving, but not to overdo it.

  • PRENATAL FLOW IN THE THIRD TRIMESTER

    Jess is here with me today and is 35 weeks pregnant! So with that being said, even in your third trimester you don't have to feel limited in your movement patterns! We will continue to mobilize the hips and keep the bigger joints moving to help with childbirth and postpartum!