マタニティヨガクラスはこれからママとなる方対象のクラスです。出産に備えて、強さ、柔軟性、および集中力を高めます。アサナ（ポーズ）と呼吸法の練習を通して、妊 娠中の身体が必要とするものを与え、身体の変化に気を配ります。古代から身体に備わった出産という英知および力に対する意識を高め、信頼を創りだすための ヨガです。
Maternity yoga class helps mothers-to-be develop strength, flexibility, and focus to prepare for birth. Through the practice of asana (poses) and breathing, we nurture the body’s needs and attend to its changes throughout pregnancy. A yoga practice can increase awareness and create trust in the body’s ancient wisdom to engage in the power of labor.
You may begin Maternity Yoga classes after the 14th week of your pregnancy, and may practice as long as you feel well. Some students come to class on their due date! No prior yoga experience necessary.
Frequently Asked Questions
What about morning sickness?
If morning sickness is a concern, wait until your condition is stabilized and you feel well enough to move. As long as your doctor says you are doing well, and you feel fine, you are welcome to come to class. The earlier you begin, the more yoga you can learn to prepare for your birth.
Until when can I continue in Prenatal Yoga classes?
You can continue in Prenatal Yoga classes up to and even after your due date, as long as you feel well enough to participate. Everything done in class is to prepare you physically and mentally for labor, so it can only benefit you and your baby to attend!
Can I eat before Prenatal Yoga classes?
Although we recommend students not eat before regular yoga classes, pregnant ladies usually need to eat smaller meals more often, so a light snack such as yogurt or fruit is fine, especially if you have low blood sugar, a big appetite, or low energy. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids before and after class, too.
Do I need to reserve?
Reservations are appreciated but not necessary in studio A. If you are taking your first class please arrive 10 min in advance to fill out a new student form and to speak with the class teacher.
I have no yoga experience, can I still join a maternity yoga class?
Our maternity yoga class is structured to enable anyone experienced or with no experience, to learn and enjoy yoga.