MUM AND BABY YOGA
All classes are now live-streamed via Zoom. It's very easy and free to use (no subscription). You get to participate in a regular class with other mums and there will be time to chat. It's a great way to connect with others, and practice in the comfort of your own home! I also send a Zoom link to the recording of the session, which is available for up to 48 hours after the class. Happy to answer any questions if needed.
The postnatal period is a very special time for mothers and babies, full of great change and adjustment. Yoga can help to provide much needed support, and promote physical and emotional stability. Babies are welcome at the classes – practices for mothers are designed to re-energize, strengthen the body and promote relaxation, integrated with singing and movement for the babies. Classes are nurturing and supportive, friendly and relaxed and encourage improvisation and play.
Monday 10.45 - 11.45am Postnatal yoga live-stream online book here
Wednesday 10.45 - 11.45am Postnatal yoga live-stream online book here
I have kept prices for online classes low, however if you are experiencing financial hardship and can't pay please contact me. I would like to make my classes accessible for everyone who needs yoga.
I am also a postnatal doula, and provide support for women throughout pregnancy, labour and birth and the postnatal period. I will provide emotional, practical and informational support to help you have the most positive experience of birth and mothering.
Please get in touch with me for an informal chat.
"I have been going to Louise's mum & baby yoga with my little boy since he was two months old..it has been the highlight of both our week's! Louise's calm presence and nurturing approach help me to be kinder to myself and go at my own pace, something I take with me into the week, not just with the yoga moves themselves. My little boy also loves the atmosphere, baby songs and activities, and we always leave feeling calm and contented. I can highly recommend this class and only wish I'd known about it before!" Emma