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Teacher: Jane Austin
Style: Prenatal
Length: 72 mins.
Difficulty: Level 1

Yoga can be a very helpful tool to aid body and mind in preparation for childbirth. This prenatal yoga sequence is designed to strengthen as well as open the body, preparing for the very physical act of labor and birth. However, it is equally important to prepare the mind. Yoga uses postures and conscious breath techniques to soothe and clam the mental chatter that can sometimes create stress and tension as birth approaches. This birth prep provides a space for a woman to drop deep inside of herself, to listen to her body and begin to cultivate trust in her innate ability to birth her baby. The practice gives a woman the opportunity to connect to herself and the baby inside of her. Yoga is uniquely suited to support both mother and babe through the awesome transformation of birth. Regardless of a baby's route of entry, the techniques and practices of this prenatal yoga class can help a woman stay present and linked to her babe as the baby moves through her and into her arms. Have a bolster, blanket and block available.

Jane Austin

Yogini and mama, Jane Austin has been working with women and their families for over twenty years, as a prenatal and postnatal yoga teacher, a midwife, doula labor assistant and childbirth educator. She is the founder and director of Mama Tree, a yoga school dedicated to bringing yoga to mamas. It is her mission to help make yoga available to all mothers who wish to practice. Jane teaches yoga to hundreds of moms a week in her hometown of San Francisco. But as any mama will tell you, sometimes it is just impossible to get to a yoga class. With this in mind she is so pleased to offer prenatal ...

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Nice pace and lots of hips Review by Tessa
Jane has a calming and reassuring voice and gives clear directions as well as pleasant visualizations. This was my first class with her - 35 weeks pregnant and I’ve not been doing yoga regularly since getting pregnant. Nicely paced and not overly taxing - no straining and a focus on safe movement and breath work. I hope to make this a part of my weekly routine as I get ready for next month! Thank you, Jane :) (Posted on 4/18/2020)
No Title Review by Chantelle G
I was unable to complete the full class, It became too difficult to able to really see the exact positions as the video was filmed too far away from both instructor and participants. (Posted on 8/31/2015)

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