Cheshire Yoga Babies


Cheshire Yoga Babies 

Explore, play & relax – enjoy the benefits of Yoga for you and your baby. * Babies from 6 weeks to 12 months

Class Times & Locations

Tuesdays 1130am – 1230pm

InHale Yoga Studio, 1st Floor Progress House, Cecil Road, Hale WA15 9NZ

Thursdays 10am – 11am

Lymm Heritage Centre, 1 Legh St Lymm WA13 0DA

Fridays 1130am – 1230pm

Narali Yoga, 61 Stamford New Rd, Altrincham WA14 1DP

Current Term Times

Tuesday InHale Yoga 1130am

25th Feb, 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st March (last class)

Thursday Lymm Heritage 10am

27th Feb, 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th March then 2nd April (last class)

Friday Narali Yoga  1130am

28th Feb, 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th March then 3rd April (last class)

Next Term Times

Tuesday InHale Yoga 1130am

14th, 21st April 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th May (last class) *NO CLASS 28th April

Thursday Lymm Heritage 10am

16th, 23rd April 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th May (last class) *NO CLASS 30th April

Friday Narali Yoga Altrincham 1130am

17th, 24th April 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th May (last class) *NO CLASS 1st May

Cost for either 6 week term £45  (terms & conditions below

To book your place visit the  Class Timetable or contact info@mariayoga.co.uk

The Benefits of Mother & Baby YogaMother & baby Flyer SM-02

For Baby:

Helps settle baby, improving your baby’s sleeping patterns

Interactive and physical activity helps to strengthen & aid your baby’s development

Stimulates the baby’s bodily systems, including digestive and nervous systems

Aids digestion, which can help to ease constipation, wind and colic

Bonding – enhances the relationship between you & your baby

New challenges helping your baby to cope with new situations

Helps strengthen your baby’s body including their spine

Promotes muscle strength and joint flexibility

Introduces techniques to help your baby relax and become a natural self-soother.

For Mum:

Improves your posture, strength and flexibility which will help with lifting and carrying your growing baby

Post-natal exercises to tone the abdominal muscles and pelvic floor

Release physical and mental tension with Yoga stretches and breathing

Relaxation techniques to help you to cope with the stresses of new parenthood

Bonding – spend special time with you and your baby exploring new challenges and having fun

Get to know other mums, dads or carers and share experiences.

Testimonials

This class has been my favourite, I’ve loved it all and feel I have genuinely improved my pelvic floor. I’m now more aware of doing my exercises etc. So just wanted to say a massive thank you! You’re great! – G.C.

 

 

 

Pregnancy Yoga Flow Routine

pregnancy dancer outsideI’ve been practicing Yoga all the way through my pregnancy and have found this incredibly beneficial with helping to support my changing body, keeping my mind calm and finding that special time where I can relax and focus on my baby. I thought it would be great to share this with you so here’s a quick Yoga Flow workout for you all to enjoy during pregnancy. * always consult your GP or midwife before you commence in any exercise program.

 Pregnancy Yoga Flow Routine

The Sun Salutations have been adapted to accommodate your changing body and bump. Feel free to hold postures slightly longer perhaps 5 to 10 breaths and repeat the sequence between 3 – 6 times. Always let the breath lead you into the Yoga asanas (poses) and practice breathing consciously (Ujjai Breath is ideal), never force the postures this should feel like your gently opening the body up. Be mindful of your own posture drawing attention to pelvic alignment, keeping a slight lift in the pelvic floor and feeling like your gently hugging your baby towards you. Allow your shoulders to draw back slightly so that your chest is open and keep your jaw and facial muscles soft and relaxed.

You can relax at the end in Savasana either using cushions or Yoga bolsters for support and lying on your left side if lying on your back is no longer comfortable, close the eyes and visualise your baby happy, peaceful and content as you also rest feeling completely relaxed and at ease.