How many weeks pregnant do I have to be to start attending classes?

You’re welcome to come along from 14 weeks.

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What should I wear?

Wear comfortable stretchy clothes so that you can easily move around. Bring something warm to wear for relaxation at the end of class.

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What should I bring?

Please bring a cushion or pillow for relaxation. Please also bring a bottle of water.
Mats and blankets are provided but you’re welcome to bring your own.

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Should I eat before class?

It is recommended that you have a small meal before coming to class. If you’re struggling with sickness (or just hungry) you’re very welcome to bring small snacks for sustenance.

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What kind of things will we be doing?

In a pregnancy yoga class we focus on slowing down and listening to the body.

The session will begin with some breath work to focus the mind on listening to the body.

We will then move through a series of gentle yoga asanas (or poses) to help you to connect to the body and baby, keep your joints and muscles moving and provide a nice, relaxing experience for you and baby.

The class will then finish with some more pranayama (breathing exercises) and some weeks will include pelvic floor exercises too.

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Booked onto a class and feel too tired to join in?

Don’t worry, you’re still welcome, you’ll be guided into a comfy relaxation pose and left to soak up the yoga and the atmosphere.

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Why is yoga beneficial in pregnancy?

Research suggests that yoga during pregnancy has many benefits for mums and babies.

Studies have suggested that practicing yoga whilst pregnant can improve sleep, reduce stress and anxiety and increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth.

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How long is the session?

The class is 1 hour and 15 minutes

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How much is the session?

Each class is £7 bookable online, view classes >

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How do I book a class?

Please follow the link to view classes >

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Do I have to book in advance?

Advance booking is highly recommended. However, I do appreciate that life is hectic and it’s sometimes difficult to plan in advance. Should you decide on the day that you would like to come along either give me a call or drop me a text on 07711747321 or email

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Can I book a block of classes?

Yes classes can be booked in 5 weeks blocks and paid for in advance.

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What if I am struggling with pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain (PGP)/symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD)?

Please let me know if you are suffering from PGP/SPD and I will advise you of any poses which you cannot do and will advise you of suitable alternatives

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What if I am suffering from other pregnancy related illness?

Please contact me so we can talk through your symptoms and I can advise you accordingly.

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What if I have a non-pregnancy related illness/injury?

Pregnancy yoga is very gentle and modifications can be made for the majority of circumstances. However, please feel free to contact me before booking if you wish to talk through in more detail.

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