Prenatal yoga styles

Whether you’re just getting started or have lots of experience, Glo has classes at every level, in a diverse range of styles.

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Whether you’re just getting started or have lots of experience, Glo has classes at every level, in a diverse range of styles.

Prenatal

Designed to support mothers-to-be on their individual pregnancy journeys, from conception all the way to birth.

Prenatal yoga is designed to support mothers-to-be on their individual pregnancy journeys, from conception all the way to birth. The wide range of classes will help you meet your changing physical and emotional needs, while addressing any unexpected challenges that might arise. From uplifting movement practices and back care, to meditations to connect with your baby, you'll find a full spectrum of support tools.

Yoga

Level 1 30 mins

Take time for a well-deserved rest to counter the high-activity happening in your body. This all-level practice supports you and your baby throughout your entire pregnancy but is especially beneficial in the first trimester. Postures include side-lying lateral bend, Child’s Pose, Reclined Hero, a seated twist, and Reclined Bound Angle. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice. Props Required: 1 strap, 2 blocks, 1-2 blankets, 2 bolsters.

Yoga

Level 1 10 mins

Transitioning into your new role as a parent is a major identity shift. Create space to honor this complicated experience. This meditation guides you in deepening your breath and softening into the present moment to observe your emotions while finding ease in change. You have this practice to return to any time, through all stages, whenever you need it. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice.

Yoga

Level 1-2 45 mins

Flow through 10 key poses that help calm your mind, relieve strain, and prepare your body for birth— best practiced in your second and third trimesters when you're feeling like you can't get any bigger. Move safely through modified, supported versions of Chair Pose, Triangle, Half Moon, Wide-Legged Standing & Seated Forward Bend, Legs Up The Wall, and more. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice. Props Required: wall space, 2 blocks, 1-2 blankets, and 1 strap.

Yoga

Level 2 30 mins

This challenging yet safe Vinyasa class strengthens your body while tapping into your power source to build courage. A go-to practice for your second and third trimesters when energy is high. Begin with All Fours work and modified Push Ups, then flow through Sun Salutations with dynamic standing postures and a Dolphin series. End with seated stretches and meditation. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice. Props Required: 2 blocks and 1 blanket.

Yoga

Level 1 10 mins

This lesson covers physical changes in your final three months before birth and honors what your mind may be going through in preparation. Plus, learn how to adapt your movement and breath practices to accommodate your body. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice.

Yoga

Level 1 10 mins

Put down all your how-to books and tune out excess outside advice. This meditation offers you time to replenish trust in yourself because you know what's best as a (new) parent. You got this! Take a moment to pause from all the decisions you’re making, deepen your breath, and connect your mind with your heart to tap into intuition. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice.

Yoga

Level 1 30 mins

Honor the physical demands of your second, third, and fourth trimesters with prop-assisted poses that support you to the fullest. Designed to reduce fatigue and alleviate discomfort, this is an excellent practice for labor-prep and postpartum recovery. Poses include a reclining twist, Reclined Bound Angle, Reclined Hero, and side-lying Savasana. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice. Props Required: 1-2 bolsters, 2-5 blankets, 2-3 blocks, 1 strap, and 1 pillow.

Yoga

Level 2 30 mins

There is no doubt that every pregnant person experiences some back pain, Ivorie is here to work with you through it. This class is designed to ease pressure and release tightness in your pelvis, low back, and hips resulting from growth in your second trimester. Practice prop-assisted poses that help you feel stable as you move gently through Thread The Needle, Lunges, Chair Pose, Pigeon, and some isometric work before finishing with a rest. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice. Props Required: 1-2 bolsters, 1 blanket, 1 block, and 1 strap.

Yoga

Level 1-2 30 mins

In this class, Ivorie encourages you not to give up twists while you're pregnant and guides you in exploring modifications. Safe twists can relieve tension and help your belly feel good! Move steadily through a satisfying All Fours sequence and modified versions of Pyramid Pose and Extended Side Angle. Finish with seated twists and Reverse Table Top. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice. Props Required: 2 blocks and 1 blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 20 mins

Become familiar with the ins and outs of your pelvic floor to contribute to good health through pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. This tutorial uses body mapping, breathwork, and simple exercises to support your pelvic floor in handling your baby's growth and assist in postpartum recovery. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice. Props Required: 2 blocks. Props Suggested: 1 bolster.

Yoga

Level 1 10 mins

Learn about the physical changes during your second trimester and how to listen to your body to adapt your practice. This lesson goes over precautions to take and poses to discontinue while also embracing the feel-good aspects as your belly grows. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice.

Yoga

Level 1 10 mins

An undeniable effect you'll experience in your first trimester is nausea and fatigue. This relaxing meditation offers space to comfort these feelings of unease and is great to come back to again and again. Use a blend of visualization, Ujjayi breath, a body scan, and a mantra to calm your senses and thoughts, simply being present with your body and your baby. Please Note: Prenatal yoga is for those who have a low-risk pregnancy and have gotten the green light from a doctor or midwife to practice.

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