Mamma and Baby Yoga

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Mamma and Baby Yoga

This class is suitable for new mums and babies that are ore-crawling. It is a gentle yoga class suitable for postpartum women after 6 weeks and 12 if you have had a caesarean. There is plenty of space in the yoga room for social distancing, chairs available for feeding the baby and a baby changing facility.


Postpartum yoga is suitable for you if you are recovering from childbirth, have weak pelvic floor muscles and/or mild separation of the rectus abdominis. These classes are gentle and include pelvic floor awareness, lower back exercises and strengthening, gentle twisting, relaxation, and meditation, all with baby.


How long you wait to start exercise, even gentle exercise will depend on what type of birth you had, and it will also depend on how much exercise you did before you were pregnant.


If you had a caesarean section, your recovery time would be longer, and it is recommended to wait longer to start any exercise. If you have any doubts or questions about whether the exercise, you’re doing is ok, talk to your midwife, health visitor, or GP, and they can refer you to a physiotherapist.


Generally, it’s best to wait until your six-week postnatal check-up to get back to high-impact exercise.


Please bring a yoga mat and a blanket for class for your own and your baby's comfort. If you have any doubts or questions about whether the exercise you are doing is ok, please talk to your midwife, health visitor, or GP, they can refer you to a physiotherapist if needed, if you have any concerns, please share them.


Please agree to adhere to these policies.

If you have any concerns about attending postpartum yoga please get clearance from your midwife, health visitor, or GP, and they can refer you to a physiotherapist if needed.


If you have any injuries or ailments that you may need to mind, please make your teacher aware of them, and always practice with care.


Though our teachers are all highly trained and experienced, remember only you are in your body, and only you know how you feel please honour this, and enjoy your practice. 

Mamma and Baby Yoga Description

This class is suitable for new mums and babies that are ore-crawling. It is a gentle yoga class suitable for postpartum women after 6 weeks and 12 if you have had a caesarean. There is plenty of space in the yoga room for social distancing, chairs available for feeding the baby and a baby changing facility.


Postpartum yoga is suitable for you if you are recovering from childbirth, have weak pelvic floor muscles and/or mild separation of the rectus abdominis. These classes are gentle and include pelvic floor awareness, lower back exercises and strengthening, gentle twisting, relaxation, and meditation, all with baby.


How long you wait to start exercise, even gentle exercise will depend on what type of birth you had, and it will also depend on how much exercise you did before you were pregnant.


If you had a caesarean section, your recovery time would be longer, and it is recommended to wait longer to start any exercise. If you have any doubts or questions about whether the exercise, you’re doing is ok, talk to your midwife, health visitor, or GP, and they can refer you to a physiotherapist.


Generally, it’s best to wait until your six-week postnatal check-up to get back to high-impact exercise.


Please bring a yoga mat and a blanket for class for your own and your baby's comfort. If you have any doubts or questions about whether the exercise you are doing is ok, please talk to your midwife, health visitor, or GP, they can refer you to a physiotherapist if needed, if you have any concerns, please share them.


Please agree to adhere to these policies.

If you have any concerns about attending postpartum yoga please get clearance from your midwife, health visitor, or GP, and they can refer you to a physiotherapist if needed.


If you have any injuries or ailments that you may need to mind, please make your teacher aware of them, and always practice with care.


Though our teachers are all highly trained and experienced, remember only you are in your body, and only you know how you feel please honour this, and enjoy your practice.