Dates: Wednesdays please advise if interested
Time: 7.45 pm until 8.45 pm
Venue: Boxhill Village Hall, Zoom Online, or downloadable sessions
Course Cost: £52 to attend at the hall, live zoom sessions or 4 downloads
The cost is for your place on the course. Sorry I do not carry missed sessions over to the next term. If the course is not full you may pay as you go £15 per session.
From time to time I hold an evening workshop which is a great opportunity for your partners to become involved too. We will prepare for birth practicing birthing positions, breathing techniques and your partner will learn how to support you during labour.
Venue: Boxhill Village Hall
Cost: £25 per couple
Please advise if interested.
Ante-natal Yoga classes are a safe way to exercise during pregnancy.
These classes focus primarily on opening the body in preparation for birth, breathing and positions for the 1st and 2nd stages of labour. Advice is given on dealing with the side-effects of pregnancy.
By practicing yoga postures during pregnancy, your body will naturally be able to adopt these positions during labour, using gravity to assist the process.
Unfortunately, today birth is looked upon more as a medical procedure; yoga empowers you to be active during birth. Many positions are practiced to encourage optimum foetal position; getting your baby in a good position for birthing. At the end of each session you should feel very relaxed, less anxious and you may even get a better nights sleep than usual.
You will need a non-slip yoga mat, a cushion or pillow and a burst resistant birthing/exercise ball. See the Yoga Equipment page for price of mats.
If a place is available, you may begin mid term. If your baby is due before the end of the course, you may pay for the classes up to 2 weeks before your due date then weekly at a rate of £10 per session.
“Di is such an experienced yoga teacher, who takes into account everybody’s personal needs and ensures that variations are provided to those who need them. This has really helped me feel comfortable when attempting the various poses, whilst having an old knee injury.” Georgina, Leatherhead
“Everyone has a purpose in life….a unique gift or special talent to give to others. And when we blend this unique talent with service to others, we experience the ecstasy and esultation of our own spirit, which is the ultimate goal of all goals” Deepak Chopra