Yoga for Fertility and Pregnancy

Yoga for Fertility and Pregnancy

Fertility & Pregnancy Yoga for wellness, healing and stress reduction

Hindu monks, beginning with Swami Vivekananda, brought yoga to the West in the late 19th century. In the 1980s, yoga became popular as a system of physical exercise across the Western world. Yoga has many physical and psychological benefits but the short answer is that yoga makes you feel better. Practicing the postures, breathing exercises and meditation makes you healthier in body, mind and spirit. Yoga lets you tune in, chill out, shape up — all at the same time.

Yoga routines are designed based on the benefits of each position and combinations. Fertility Yoga is a yoga routine designed specifically to nurture your body, mind and spirit while on your journey to a family.  Pregnancy Yoga is a yoga routine designed to nurture, and support you and your baby through pregnancy. As well as help you prepare for the labor and birth of your child.

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Fertility Yoga to Nurture Your Body, Mind & Spirit while on your Journey to a Family.

Fertility Yoga can be a very important tool in your fertility journey. It aids the body in many different ways; making it a holistic practice, and healing tool.  The relaxation-inducing practice has been shown to lower stress levels, fight depression and reduce inflammation. A woman's desire to conceive can be overpowering and can drive her to the point of obsession. The ancient discipline of yoga is an excellent way to reduce stress and muscle tension, improve flexibility and muscle tone, induce relaxation, and improve the clarity of your thinking and your overall feelings of well-being. In addition to feeling less stressed, patients who practice yoga regularly are often able to communicate more clearly with their doctors, make more satisfying decisions, and sustain treatment with a more positive perspective.

 

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Nurture you and your baby

Using gentle, targeted exercises that can be practiced during the first, second and third trimester, prenatal yoga classes generally focus on poses that strengthen and increase the flexibility of the muscles used during childbirth, while also increasing stamina. Scroll through the list below for five health benefits of prenatal yoga for expecting mothers.

  • Yoga Keeps Stress Levels In Check.
  • It Can Keep Mom & Baby Healthy.
  • It Can Help Expecting Mothers Prepare For Labor.
  • It Can Keep You In Shape.
  • It Can Help You Tune Into Your Body's Needs.
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