Pregnancy & Birth
A Guide to Childbirth and Parenthood
Beginning at about 25 weeks
Focuses on movement and mindfulness. Yoga during pregnancy relieves physical discomforts as well as anxiety helping a mamma to cultivate physical and mental strength and stamina. Abdominal toning and pelvic floor awareness are introduced.
Focuses on preparing the heart and home for Baby’s arrival. Meditations, breath practices and aromatherapy are introduced for labor, birth and parenthood. Organize and clear the home’s energy plus develop strategies for self-care rituals. Discuss infant care including infant massage.
Focuses on childbirth education and preparation by exploring the stages of labor, comfort measures, how to navigate the hospital setting and the first hour of Baby’s life. Mamma’s partner is encouraged to attend.
Purchase the Prenatal and Postnatal Packages together to ensure a smooth and graceful transition into motherhood and to enjoy greatest savings.
With regular practice, learn to listen deeply to your body as well as your intuition while cultivating strength and confidence. Movement and postures aid circulation and digestion while improving sleep and relieving physical discomforts. Abdominal and pelvic floor toning cultivate awareness and keep you feeling fit during pregnancy and well prepared for birth.
Consistent breath practices reduce fear and anxiety so you can remain calm and focused while connecting with your child. Use mindfulness and meditation to ground and center yourself while reducing the stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol. Every session also includes practical childbirth education. Embody and celebrate your beauty and power during this sacred time.
A healthy family begins even before birth. With prenatal yoga, a woman transforms by cultivating strength and confidence while learning to surrender. Baby also receives the benefits of the practice and is often born calm and alert. When a woman is healthy and happy and feels confident and supported, her family grows from a place of love.
Stephanie is a wonderful pregnancy support. She creates a supportive environment for first time moms, teaches at a slow, but challenging pace, and is very attentive in and out of class. She’s also a doula which makes a huge difference in knowing what her students need, our anxieties and how to best prepare for birth. I highly recommend her classes! She’s the best!
— Diana R.