When should you start prenatal yoga? Pregnancy Yoga Budapest

Postnatal yoga is the perfect way to rebalance your body and rejuvenate energy after giving birth, helping to strengthen the pelvic floor and rebuild core awareness.
By: Sword and Yoga Budapest
 
BUDAPEST, Hungary - Jan. 22, 2022 - PRLog -- PREGNANCY & POSTNATAL YOGA

Postnatal yoga is the perfect way to rebalance your body and rejuvenate energy after giving birth, helping to strengthen the pelvic floor and rebuild core awareness. Women go through various physical changes during the years of conception and motherhood. Yoga helps optimise productivity for women. Women experience various 'alien' feelings during their pregnancy time; it is important that they achieve and maintain good physical and mental health. It is a difficult task given the various hormonal changes that are sometimes not under their control.

Experts have recommended some of the asanas of yoga for women to keep them in peak shape physically and emotionally. Yoga also keeps women flexible and fit to be able to deliver normally. It ensures that they give themselves an optimal chance to tide over any complications that may occur during pregnancy or delivery.

You will be guided through a series of yoga poses synchronised with the breath to release any tension, bringing a moment's calm to those sometimes-challenging newborn days. It is a great opportunity to connect with other mums and discuss common concerns as well as engage with your baby by sharing your postnatal yoga class.

This gentle safely built yoga plan is tailored for mothers who have recently given birth and to help busy moms relax.

Benefits of prenatal yoga poses, per the American Pregnancy Association:
  • Improved sleep
  • Reduced stress
  • Increased strength, flexibility, and endurance
  • Decreased lower back pain
  • Decreased nausea
  • Decreased carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Decreased headaches
  • Reduced risk of preterm labor


Precautions for pregnant women while doing Yoga
  • During the advanced stages of pregnancy, avoid yoga asanas that put pressure on the abdomen.
  • For the first trimester of pregnancy, do standing yoga poses. This will help strengthen the legs and enhance circulation. It can even reduce leg cramps.
  • During the second and third trimester, reduce the time spent holding asanas to prevent fatigue. Substitute with breathing exercises and meditation.
  • Listen to your body and do as much as you can without undue effort.
  • It is advisable to consult a doctor before taking up any yoga schedule during pregnancy. Learn and practice yoga postures under the supervision of a yoga teacher.

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