Got a Question?
Do I need to book?
Yes please! Places for all classes and workshops are strictly limited. If something happens and you can't make it for a class please just let me know, I get mum life!
To book contact me here or call/text 0413 657 194.
Where are you located?
Covid-19 has certiantly mucked things up. Pregnancy classes are on hold but post-natal classes will be resuming at Revive Whole Body yoga studio in October. Hypnobirthing classes are run from my private studio in Brighton. Hypnobirthing classes can be delivered in person with limited class sizes, or live and online
What do I wear and bring to a yoga class?
Wear anything that you are comfortable and can move easily in. Bring a water bottle, towel and a mat if you have one. If attending a post-natal yoga class with little ones bring as much as you need to keep them happy. We will also have toys and a playpen available.
What if I have a pregnancy or post-natal related condition?
There's not much that can't be worked around in a yoga class, but I do ask that if you have a condition that would affect your practice to please give me a heads up prior to class.
Why do pregnancy yoga?
Pregnancy yoga teaches mums to be active birthing techniques, breathing techniques to assist in labour, and prepares the body for labour. Mums will feel more in touch with their bodies and minds, and it's a beautiful opportunity to take time out of your take and connect with your baby. Pregnancy is not the time to start a strenuous exercise regime, practising more gentle exercises will result in less damage to the body.
Why do post-natal yoga?
Having a baby is a big deal on a whole lot of levels. Post-natal yoga classes are a gentle introduction back into moving your body again in ways that feel good. I focus my classes on all the achy bits like shoulders, backs and hips. Post-natal classes are an opportunity for you to get back in touch with your body again and learn relaxation techniques as you settle into mum life.
Can I bring my older baby / toddler to a post-natal class?
Yes! I don't believe that you stop needing post-natal yoga classes when your baby starts crawling. As long as your child is not hurting or overly disrupting other kids/mums, feel free to bring them.
Have I forgotten anything?
If you have a question I haven't answered here please email me at email@example.com or call me on 0413657194.