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Prenatal Yoga During Pregnancy

The changes in the body during pregnancy are beyond our control. Therefore, it is common for women to feel disconnected from their new selves.

In such cases, prenatal yoga comes as a blessing for soon-to-be mothers! With a combination of gentle & low-impact exercises, prenatal yoga is an effective way to align your mind and body, paving the way for a healthy relationship with your transforming self as well as the baby.

Benefits Of Prenatal Yoga

If practiced regularly and with proper care, prenatal yoga is the best way to get rid of all your physical, emotional, and mental stress!

Join this exclusive FREE session hosted by our expert Dr Divya Gaur to explore the right way of practicing Prenatal Yoga in the 1st, 2nd & 3rd trimester!

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With over 15 years of experience, Dr Divya Gaur is an internationally certified (AFA & USA) Antenatal Postnatal Exercise Specialist and Diastasis Rehab Specialist. Not just that, she is also a renowned HypnoBirthing Practitioner, Physiotherapist - Cardiothoracic & Intensive Care, and a certified Lactation Consultant and Childbirth Educator. She is also the Managing Director of Dr Divya’s Physioheal Physiotherapy Center.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Women who regularly practice yoga can begin with prenatal yoga in their first trimester as per doctor's recommendation. For beginners, it is advisable to kickstart your journey with simple Exercises in the second trimester.

As long as your doctor gives you a green signal, prenatal yoga is the best way to stay fit and active throughout your pregnancy.In fact, research suggests that regular practice of prenatal yoga can bring numerous benfits for you and your unborn baby

It improves sleep, reduces stress & anxiety,strengthens muscles & body, and alleviates symptoms like lower back pain ,nausea,headaches,and more.

prenatal yoga is also a great way to form a connection between your mind & the body so that you are in sync with your new self!

If you don't wish to travel to a yoga class,you can perform prenatal yoga & exercises in the comfort of your home.However, you should only perform exercises adviced by a trained expert or your doctor. If not practiced carefully, some yoga postures can cause harm to you as well as the baby.

If you are habitual in practicing yoga daily and your doctor has no objections,you can continue with prenatal yoga in your last trimester.

However,you should strictly reduce the overall holding time in all exercises you perform.Avoid any pose that puts pressure on your abdomen, including inversion poses,abdominal twists,and power or hot yoga.

Generally,pregnant women should switch to meditation and breathing exercises during the third trimester.