Mondays 7.15 – 8.15pm St Mildreds Centre, 30 Bingham Road, Addiscombe CR0 7EB
Saturdays 10.15-11.15am Shirley High School, Shirley Church Road, Croydon CR0 5EF(starting 27/10/18)
£60 per six week block (to be used within 7 weeks)
‘Research shows that weekly yoga sessions can help reduce anxiety, stress and depression in pregnancy’
Please download pregnancy yoga booking form and email to email@example.com
Pregnancy (antenatal) yoga classes held in Addiscombe, Croydon, Surrey. Taught by Janice Champion – a qualified Yoga Teacher, Hypnobirthing teacher and former midwife.
Practicing yoga when pregnant can benefit you on so many levels including enhancement of the wonderful connection between you and your baby.
Classes include breathing exercises to help you stay relaxed in labour and birth and also to work with your muscles to help shorten your contractions. Specially adapted asanas (postures) are taught to strengthen and tone the muscles – especially muscles needed in labour. Visualisation and relaxation is also taught to calm and relax the mind and body and your baby, to prepare you emotionally to have more confidence in your body.
Classes can be started from 14 weeks of pregnancy. If you are unsure of your suitability for yoga, please consult your GP.
Benefits of pregnancy yoga:-
Helps lower blood pressure
Helps prepare you for an easier labour and birth
Learn breathing techniques and relaxation for an easier birth
Develops bonding between you and your baby
Strengthens and tones muscles needed for labour
Improves digestion and elimination
Releases stress, anxiety and tension
Increases feelings of happiness and well being
Quicker and healthier postnatal recovery
To book classes email firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call 07957 663195
” I had a prolonged labour, however I firmly believe I would not have survived if it was not for the breathing techniques I learnt at Janice’s yoga class. Her calm persona made the sessions relaxing but also released a positive energy within. I have every intention of continuing. Thank you Janice! “