Online Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course by Caroline Bagga

Online Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course

Learn Safe and Simple Yoga Poses, Breathing and Relaxation Techniques for a Healthy Pregnancy and an Empowered Birth

During this six-week course, you will learn:

  • What yoga is and how it can help you 
  • The dos and don’ts of yoga during pregnancy
  • Simple and easy Yoga poses which: 
    • Build your strength  
    • Stretch your body
    • Leave you feeling energised!
  • Six breathing techniques, including three which can be used during labour 
  • Techniques to help you relax and reduce stress

The course explains all the techniques and poses in simple, easy to understand language. 

Each class lasts around 1 hour and includes yoga poses for all areas of your body (arms, legs, core, upper and lower back) to keep your whole body healthy and active.

BONUS: Get a copy of The Pregnancy Yoga Handbook, worth $9.95!

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What's included?

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Contents

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12 mins
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 1
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 1
55 mins
BONUS: The Pregnancy Yoga Handbook ~ with 15 Essential Yoga Poses EVERY Pregnant Woman Must Know!
3.38 MB
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 2
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 2
55 mins
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 3
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 3
(1h 02m 30s)
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 4
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 4
(1h 01m 41s)
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 5
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 5
(1h 01m 35s)
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 6
Beginners' Pregnancy Yoga Course: Week 6
(1h 09m 52s)

Testimonials

Very relaxing and lots of tools and techniques I can take away. Highly recommend this course to all pregnant women!
Lisa
Really great course for pregnant women who haven't done yoga before. Easy to follow explanations and simple poses that help with flexibility!
Jennifer

Yoga for Pregnancy, Birth & Motherhood

Hey there! If you're Pregnant or a Mum you're in the right place. We are Sydney's leading Pregnancy Yoga experts, which means we know a thing or two about keeping you active, healthy and happy during your pregnancy, and getting you ready - mentally and physically - for your birth.

FAQ

Do I need to get clearance from my healthcare provider before starting this course?

Generally, pregnancy  yoga is gentle and safe. However please do consult with your healthcare provider if you have any particular concerns about your pregnancy.

What equipment will I need for the course?

You'll need:
  • Comfortable clothes - something tight and stretchy OR something loose
  • A yoga mat 
  • *Blocks - but you can improvise with cushions/books
  • *Bolster - but you can improvise with a pile of towels rolled up tightly, or instead sit on a cushion
  • *Pen and paper/notebook for working on your journal in between classes

* Not essential

I'm in my First Trimester (0-12 weeks)....is it safe for me to start?

The course is suitable from the first trimester, and we do have women who start then. However we also have women who decide to wait until 12 weeks due to the higher risk of miscarriage in the first trimester. The women who choose to start in the first trimester say they just feel better if they do some light exercise. On the spectrum of risks, doing a pregnancy-safe yoga class is fairly low-risk, but it is really up to you as to how you feel about it. If you do decide to wait until the second trimester, it's better to start as early as possible so you can become familiar with the poses before your bump starts to get in the way!


I'm in my Third Trimester....is it too late for me to start?

Better late than never!! Most women continue with their yoga practice right up until they give birth. They find it helps to get them into the right mindset for giving birth, as well as keeping them physically strong and active. 

I have Pelvic Girdle Pain - is the course suitable for me?

It is always best to consult with your healthcare provider before starting any new form of exercise. If you have pelvic girdle pain we recommend you visit your physiotherapist, chiropractor or osteopath before commencing this course as some of the poses may aggravate your condition.