I am a woman in the seventh month of my first pregnancy. After a friend of mine heard me complaining of pain in my sciatic nerve, I was referred to Corinne. My boyfriend and I have taken part in her Prenatal Yoga class and are so happy to have come across it.
In the class, we are learning tools, both mental and physical, for making sure my pregnancy is as wonderful as it can be and that I am fully prepared for the process of labor. Corinne is a mother, and loves to share her experiences and insights learned. She knows both how to relieve pains associated with pregnancy, and to get a body ready to give birth. We also feel incredibly refreshed after a class with Corinne. It has been a great way to relieve stress and worries, and also helps us to connect with each other, and our baby. My partner is also learning what to expect during my labor, and is being prepared to work in his support role.
After just a few sessions with Corinne, I feel much more confident to approach motherhood. Her method of explaining the birth process from the Mother’s perspective is so relaxed and comforting that I would recommend Corinne’s classes to any pregnant woman, for both first-time and experienced mothers. I absolutely leave Corinne’s classes free of pain and stress.
~P. Rojas, Dallas, PA
Prenatal Yoga- Have the best possible pregnancy and delivery by learning to stretch and strengthen the body, focus and relax the mind, control breathing and develop awareness. Yoga can also alleviate many of the physical and emotional discomforts of pregnancy such as nausea, constipation, varicose veins, swelling, back pain and sciatica, sleeplessness, depression, and anxiety. Practicing yoga will also keep your body agile and help you recover more quickly after the birth. Best of all meet a lovely community of pregnant women in your neighborhood!
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Postnatal Yoga- Regain strength and energy that has been lost during pregnancy. Classes focus on rebuilding strength in the abdomen, back and pelvic muscle; releasing tension in the shoulders and neck, opening the chest from lifting, carrying, and nursing. Exploring our attitudes, learning new coping skills and compassion, lessens some stressful aspects of being a new parent. Bring your little one, from infant to nearly crawling to this nurturing class.
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Absolutely! Prenatal Yoga helps you bond with your baby and relieve aches and pains of pregnancy. However a woman is most comfortable is how she should give birth. We will talk about all kinds of births.I never did yoga before, can I still take Prenatal classes?