Yoga can play a key role for a smooth pregnancy and empower the mother-to-be to have the most conscious birth experience. But more importantly, yoga does wonders on the physical and mental development of the baby.
Alexa offers her pregnancy yoga classes with an open mind and open heart. Alexa’s approach to yoga is non-dogmatic and her classes incorporate a range of Hatha Yoga traditions which are adapted to suit the overall dynamic of a class as well as each individual’s needs.
Antenatal Yoga / Pregnancy Yoga / Prenatal Yoga
Antenatal yoga is suitable for mums-to-be from 12 weeks and you can safely practice until your babe arrives. This style of yoga is a lovely gentle, supportive and nourishing practice which will help you enjoy your pregnancy and also alleviate the common ailments sometimes experienced by expectant mums, such as back pain and pelvic girdle pain, aching joints, tiredness, fatigue and breathlessness.
In a antenatal yoga session you will learn a combination of yoga positions and movements to create comfort and space for you and your baby. You will learn breathing techniques to help you through your pregnancy and through childbirth itself and you will experience some lovely deep relaxation techniques, helping you stay calm and relieve the anxieties associated with pregnancy and childbirth.
Classes are a happy mix of women at different stages of pregnancy and with varied experience of yoga. Pregnancy naturally inspires a connection to and curiosity with our bodies and yoga enhances this, taking us deeper into ourselves.
All poses are clearly demonstrated and designed to help you feel your best as your baby grows. We also practice useful poses for labour and birth so that they become familiar, comfortable and easy to use instinctively in labour.
Breath awareness is an important element of each class and we focus on variations of the breath and traditional pranayama to calm the busy mind. This equips mothers with a powerful tool to stay grounded and focused during labour. We learn how to employ the breath to release fear, tension and difficult thoughts.
Each class ends with a deep relaxation and a quiet moment to feel at peace with your growing baby, a cocoon of love and calm in our busy lives. The vibe in the classes is upbeat, nurturing and friendly. With candles burning, music playing and lots of warmth and good humour.
For group Pregnancy Yoga classes at triyoga Camden, triyoga Shoreditch and at The Shala please check Alexa’s SCHEDULE
81 Southwark Bridge Road
London SE1 0NQ
£15 / £70 / £130
This is a studio I hire for my class. I do not work for The Bridge
Set of 5 classes £70 ( you pay £14 per class – to be used within 8 weeks from the date of purchase)
Set of 10 classes £130 (you pay £13 per class – to be used within 14 weeks from the date of purchase)
– You can pay Alexa by cash, bank transfer or Paypal
– Passes are non-refundable, thank you for your understanding
– Passes have an expiry date
– Mats and blocks are provided by the studio
– Bring comfortable clothes and maybe you would like to bring a blanket
For private Pregnancy Yoga classes click here
You can have a daily home practice with my Pregnancy Yoga Video
For useful information about Pregnant Employees’ Rights: click here
Read what students say about her classes: TESTIMONIALS
“I just wanted to tell you how incredible I think your classes are. I am a Midwife at King’s Hospital, and before I attend your classes I was finding it difficult to allow time to care for myself and connect to my pregnancy. However from the first session I attended I immediately felt grounded, centred and at peace. I have a natural tendency and interest in meditation and nature which I found useful to practice with an App through my pregnancy, but your classes took this to another level for me. I felt there was such a nice balance of talking / meditation / breathing exercises and movement. After each class I felt rejuvenated, centred as one with my body and my baby. I ahh’d ooo’d and shhh’d my way through labour just like you had shown us, that alone got me through the hardest parts. I look back on my labour as one of the most intense but spiritual and wonderful experiences of my life and a lot of this is dow to your classes”