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Pregnancy and Yoga

So why are you here in the first place?

Obviously someone has told you that yoga works great for pregnancy. That’s wonderful and TRUE. But do you know how?
   
Yoga has 5 vital tools for pregnancy. When followed together, they work wonders on your health and your capability to have a smooth pregnancy.
   
Smooth pregnancy and a natural childbirth are just some of the benefits of yoga. But more importantly, yoga does wonders on the physical and mental development of the fetus.
   
Ensuring a healthy baby is every woman’s dream and yoga helps you do just that.

So what are these 5 tools:

Yoga exercises – These gently work on the reproductive organs and pelvis to ensure a smooth pregnancy and a relatively easy childbirth. At the subtle level, these ensure optimum supply of blood and nutrients to the developing foetus.

Breathing or Pranayama 

These powerful techniques ensure the abundant supply of oxygen and a better life force for you and your child. These methods work on your fitness during pregnancy.






Mudras and Bandhas
 

The psycho-physical stimulation of these gestures and locks have powerful effects on a woman’s reproductive organs.

                                                     

Meditation 

As a therapeutic tool, meditation will help you resolve the deepest of neuroses, fears and conflicts, which are so common during pregnancy. Meditation brings with it an incredible awareness which helps you connect with your child  in a way that is impossible to explain.  



Deep Relaxation 

Yoga nidra (Yogic sleep) is particularly effective during pregnancy for physical and mental relaxation as well as for childbirth preparation.
To get the phenomenal benefits of yoga on your pregnancy, practice these easy routines regularly. Not only will you be on your way to a delightful pregnancy but you will give your child an opportunity for best development.

Whap is an extremely integrated and simple course designed by a yogi, midwife and home birther of over 20 years experience.

When you want to start please take an advice from a trained yoga teacher or consult your local doctor / adviser. 

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