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Prenatal yoga honors the daily changes and the intuitive wisdom of the female pregnant body. It works the body in an essential way for the expectant mother and also provides a wonderful preparation for delivery and beyond.
Prenatal yoga addresses the common discomforts like fatigue, back and shoulder pain, sciatica, shortness of breath, and headaches. Studies have suggested that practicing prenatal yoga can improve sleep, reduce stress and anxiety, increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of the muscles needed for giving birth and it could also help to prevent complications.
Katja has been teaching yoga and prenatal yoga for over 10 years. She was personally trained and certified in pregnancy yoga by one of the most renowned yoga teachers in Europe, Patricia Thielemann, founder and owner of Spirit Yoga Berlin.
Comments from previous participants about Katja’s classes:
“The classes were so helpful to my physical and mental well-being throughout my pregnancy, more specifically I was able to play baseball and do other activities that left me physically uncomfortable because yoga would consistently heal my body.”
“I do not have the words to express my level of gratitude and appreciation for this class.”
“I found it a wonderful way to connect with my body and practice mindful movement.”
“I found the prenatal yoga very beneficial for mood swings and capability of moving around with a big belly, also flexibility and recovery from giving birth.”
“Katja has always come to class prepared, however she listens to my needs on that day and I believe she finds a way to incorporate that into her classes. Her kind demeanour, her passion for yoga, health and well-being, and her understanding of prenatal yoga shines through in all of her classes.”
“Small classes, setup before class began, wonderful instructor. Punctual and productive (good flow, quick pace but not too fast).”
“Overall, this was a very enjoyable experience that I looked forward to every week.”
“I think there was nice variety to the classes. Enjoyed that there was a mix of more active/strength building classes and more meditative ones.”
“Katja is very calm and experienced. She explains all the exercises remarkably well and provides alternatives when necessary. She combines many techniques in her class including breathing, physical exercise, connection to the baby, and relaxation.”
206-83 Sherbrook St
Prenatal yoga addresses the common discomforts like fatigue, nausea, back and shoulder pain, sciatica, swelling and fluid retention, constipation, dizziness, shortness of breath, carpal tunnel syndrome, and headaches. Studies have suggested that practicing prenatal yoga can improve sleep, reduce stress and anxiety, increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of the muscles needed for giving birth and it could also help to prevent complications.
You must be 12 weeks pregnant or beyond. Please bring your completed Parmed-X to the first class.
No yoga pre-knowledge is needed, all skill levels are welcome.