First trimester love

Support yourself through the challenges and changes of your first trimester, so you can focus on enjoying the magic you’re making. This collection is designed to help active mothers-to-be continue their practice confidently. From pose modifications to learning to honor your body, the classes address the specific shifts that take place at the beginning of pregnancy.

Created by Glo
10 classes • 425 mins

Yoga

Level 1 30 mins

This is an introduction to prenatal yoga for the beginner or the student who feels like a beginner. Explore a full range of accessible poses to ease common discomforts of pregnancy, cultivate mental and emotional balance, and leave you feeling empowered and supported.

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 30 mins

Sometimes you know you'll feel better after some yoga, but you are just sooo tired. If you're having one of those days, then this class for you. Appropriate for all trimesters. Move through a nice easy flow with delicious stretches and poses that will pamper your pregnant body. To top it all off, use a tennis ball for some self-massage for your hips and shoulders. Props Needed: A tennis ball, wall space, a blanket, bolster and two blocks.

Yoga

Level 1-2 60 mins

An all-trimesters class designed to be all encompassing for the days when you want a little bit of everything. Many of the common head-to-toe discomforts will be addressed with the goal of refreshing and rejuvenating your ever changing pregnant body. Props Needed: A block, a strap and a blanket. - Props Suggested: A bolster.

Yoga

Level 2-3 45 mins

This prenatal class is a strong flow with actual vinyasa. It is designed for the practitioner who loves vinyasa and is ready to start modifying for your baby and your ever changing body. Includes a flowy warrior 2 sequence, lunges, prasarita, and ending with pigeon. We use 2 blocks and a blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 60 mins

Travel on a self-affirming journey through the chakras. Start at the root and move your way up, experiencing poses like warrior II, tree and down dog variations as you ascend your awareness up toward your crown. With each chakra, repeat an affirmation to help you feel more awake and present during your pregnancy. Connect your mind and body with your baby as your muse and playmate. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster.

Yoga

Level 2 30 mins

No props? No problem. This all trimesters flow is the perfect class for a more experienced practitioner on the go. Includes arm strengthening, side lengthening and back bending! It's just what you need for those times you find yourself without props; while you're traveling or wanting to practice at work or at the beach. A mat is handy, but not necessary! So push play, and let's do this!

Yoga

Level 2 45 mins

This is an active prenatal flow for mammas wanting some sweet movement to support growing bodies and babies! Grounding meditation and modified sun salutation (surya namaskar) then lunges to open up the quadriceps. Play with chair variation on the balls of the feet and peek pose dancer (natarajasana). Supported side savasana to finish. Props Suggested: Two blocks, a strap and a blanket to sit on.

Yoga

Level 1-2 30 mins

This sequence is designed for pregnant women in their first trimester—a great option on days when fatigue is overwhelming, but you still want to move. Practice diaphragmatic breathing, supportive poses with longer holds, and exercises to help strengthen abdominals. Props required: 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 bolster.

Yoga

Level 2 30 mins

A prenatal flow to help you stay active and strong in your mind and body throughout your first trimester. Move through a steady sequence with Sun Salutations, a Warrior series with optional weights, Bridge work with optional resistance bands, and an upper body strength series with weight. Finish with a relaxing cool-down stretch. Props Suggested: 2-3 lb. hand weights, a resistance band. *Note: this routine is for previously active moms, not for first-timers.

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