Prenatal Collection: 3rd Trimester

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16 classes • 488 mins

Yoga

Level 1-2 45 mins

This is a gentle class that supports women in their 3rd trimester of pregnancy. Using a chair as support we stretch out the spine and legs. Included is squat (malasana) and kegel exercises (pelvic floor toning). Finishing with frog and pigeon (eka pada rajakapotasana) with arm variations to open the chest and shoulders. Side savasana to finish. Props Needed: A strap, a chair or wall space and 1-3 blankets. Props Suggested: Two blocks.

Yoga

Level 1-2 20 mins

Find spaciousness and relief throughout your lower body and back during your pregnancy. This slow, stretchy flow offers plenty of modifications, so stay true to whatever feels good for you. We'll begin in cat/cow, then move through a variety of hip circles, supported lunges, and hamstring stretches before ending with a nice supported savasana on your side. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: One or two blocks.

Yoga

Level 1-2 60 mins

During pregnancy, some of your bodily systems can feel sluggish and out of balance. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, your triple burner meridian can help you move energy and address the feeling of being stuck. Move sequentially through actions that help support intake, assimilation and elimination with this full-spectrum Yin-based practice. Stir up your energy with a series of poses like butterfly, sleeping swan and saddle, using props as delicious support. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket and a bolster.

Yoga

Level 1-2 10 mins

During pregnancy, your hands, wrists and forearms can feel tired and sore. This short, yet effective sequence focuses on poses that stretch and open those areas while delivering an overall practice that doesn't require weight bearing on your hands. Move through a series of hip openers, as well as dolphin and gate pose. All postures are done low to the ground, without a single downward-facing dog! Props Suggested: A blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 5 mins

Prepare for your journey into childbirth and becoming a mother. Using nadi shodhana (alternate nostril breathing), begin to tap into the more primal and grounding aspects needed to bring new life into this world. In just a few minutes, create a deeper sense of connection to self and an internal feeling of peace and calm. Return to this practice anytime you want to connect with your growing baby. Props Needed: A block.

Yoga

Level 1-2 5 mins

Your pelvic floor can be an elusive place to find in your practice. You know it's important to care for it during pregnancy and as a preparation for birth, but what does that even mean? Short and sweet, this class introduces you to easily accessible poses designed to help bring awareness to your root. Come to a comfortable seat and move through a series of seated poses as well as squats to help create greater body sensibility. Props Needed: A blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 5 mins

It only takes a few moments to start feeling a shift in energy, once you stop to pay attention. Take a seat, breathe deep and enjoy a few delicious poses to soothe neck and shoulder tightness. Perfect for a quick break in your office chair to release any stagnation or muscular build up from working on your computer. Walk away ready to continue the rest of your day with more space and ease. Props Needed: A block and a blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 30 mins

Your body changes daily during pregnancy. One day you feel abundant and beautiful, the next bloated and unbalanced. Whatever kind of day you're having, just get on your mat and let the magic happen! This class is all about LOVE, with a focus on heart opening and positive affirmation. Begin with pigeon pose before flowing into goddess, with a forward fold to complete. Love yourself, love your miraculous body, and love the life you're creating.

Yoga

Level 1-2 30 mins

Sleep becomes a bit illusive during pregnancy. Between the sore hips, bathroom trips and racing mind, a good night's sleep can be hard to find. From hip openers, standing poses and full body stretches to meditation, a restorative pose and savasana. A practice that has everything you need to help you catch some zzzs! Props Needed: A bolster, a block and a blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 45 mins

With this soothing flow, you will bring a sense of ease to your spine with a variety of poses to bring release and length. You'll start the class with some restorative postures, then build to a standing pose sequence that takes you back down to the earth for some finishing stretches. Props Needed: A bolster, a blanket and a block.

Yoga

Level 2 60 mins

A prenatal class that is designed to reconnect you with your inner goddess! Using your props for support, focus on a strong standing series and sweet seated sequence all to open your hips and prepare your body, mind and heart for labor and delivery. This is a mildly challenging class and designed for the mama who has a well established practice. Leave feeling more grounded and prepared for what is to come.

Yoga

Level 1 5 mins

Whether you are still carrying baby on the inside or you have met your little love in person, your shoulders and chest might feel tired, tight and overworked. Get some relief! A quick fix that you can use regularly to keep your heart open and your shoulders free.

Yoga

Level 1 45 mins

Relax and let any tension unravel with this slow-moving Yin sequence designed for women who are pregnant. Ease into seated stretches, shoulder and wrist openers, and hip circles, then settle into a sweet, restful savasana. The wall and other props will create support and structure for your body and its unique needs. Props Needed: A block, a strap, a bolster, a blanket, and wall space.

Yoga

Level 1 45 mins

A class for mommas-to-be who are in their final trimester. This sequence offers a range of modifications from gentle to more challenging. Work on mind-body strengthening poses for stamina to prepare for the body and mind for welcoming your baby. Props required: 1 bolster, 1 blankets, 2 blocks, a wall, chair, or small towel.

Yoga

Level 2 30 mins

A prenatal Pilates-fusion flow to help build stamina in your third trimester, and prepare your body for labor by learning how to use the breath to help push you through a movement. This sequence combines yoga flow with barre-inspired exercises like plies and marching with added resistance. Finish with Pilates-style Hundreds, and glute and inner thigh work with a ball. Props Suggested: 2-3 lb. hand weights, a resistance band, and Pilates ball. *Note: this routine is for previously active moms, not for first-timers.

Yoga

Level 2 45 mins

This Vinyasa class is for yogis with an established practice who are in the 2nd-3rd trimester of pregnancy. Tap into your innate strength through this flow that includes dynamic Lunges, Warrior II, Figure Four Chair, and Half Moon. Finish with relaxing hip-opening stretches and Savasana. Props Required: 1 strap, 2 blocks, 2 blankets, and 1 bolster.

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