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Laurene is a pregnancy and postnatal yoga instructor, doula, infant feeding coach and mother of one. After a challenging birth Laurene realised that support a new parent receives both physically and emotioanlly postnatally is not only essential, but it has a profound impact on one's mental health. The postnatal period is a whole new world which many are rarely prepared for.
Having the right support to heal both physically and emotionally is so important and since having her son Laurene has dedicated her yoga teaching and postnatal work to providing support for new parents. Laurene is passionate about providing support which empowers, build confidence and a sense of community so no parent ever feels alone in this new journey.
£10 per class - pre-booking required
Pregnancy can be both an amazing and deeply exciting experience as well as very overwhelming and emotional.
These pregnancy yoga classes will focus on how you can find a peaceful and calm place to sit within it all- emotionally and physically.
We will explore practical yoga postures, breath work and relaxation for comfort during pregnancy. A time to feel nourished , rest your body and mind.
You don’t need to have any prior yoga experience to take part in this class. Its all very gentle and practical movement to get you in a happy, comfortable and relaxed place. A time just for you and to connect with baby.
Postnatal Yoga - Bring your Baby
£10 per class / Pre-booking required
Becoming a parent is a huge change, physically, mentally and emotionally. This class is designed to support you with that transition, allowing you to move your body and connect with your baby and other new parents.
This yoga class is a great way to ease yourself back into exercising as a new parent, while bonding with your baby. Relax, strengthen your muscles and have fun. Gentle yoga moves are designed for you and your baby to do together so you can bond while getting fitter.
- Suitable from 6 weeks after vaginal birth or 8 weeks after a c-section, right up until your baby is on the move.
- As with any exercise after birth, it is always a good idea to get the all clear from your doctor before you start classes - ask them to check whether you have Diastasis Recti (separated tummy muscles) as that is helpful to know, so exercises can be safely tailored.
This class combines baby massage techniques with yoga variations if baby wants to be held.