Tag Archives: prenatal yoga

Eight Reasons to Discover Chair Yoga. Some are not what you think. Video Included 


Chair yoga is yoga. This article offers 8 reasons you, yes you, might now or someday incorporate chair yoga into your…

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A Short and Effective Prenatal Yoga Sequence


This practice is lovingly offered to pregnant women (and their friends!) desiring a simple, accessible, and effective home based yoga sequence.…

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Everyday Yoga for Tight and Weak Hamstrings


Your Hamstrings: Know them, Love them Three muscles comprise the hamstrings, and their primary work is to flex (bend) the…

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Yoga And Mental Wellness


The self-knowledge gained from yoga has been evident to practitioners for many generations. Chances are great that your direct experience of…

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A Litter of Downward Facing Dogs: Ways to Practice


Why Do Dog? I love downward-facing dog. It turns my world around, immediately changing perspective about the challenging issues in…

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Flexibility, Relaxation, Accessibility: Seven Ways to Practice Yoga Leg Stretch


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A cornerstone pose of every class I teach and my own practice, is reclined leg stretch. Its Sanskrit name is Supta Padangusthasana. Supta…

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A Gathering of Resources for Prenatal/Postpartum Yoga Students


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updated 4/06/19 Everyone has an opinion! Available information can be overwhelming when there is so much on our minds; so…

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My weak link, your weak link: 3 yoga practices for lower back and hip stability


Tune In to You-Your “weak link” Physical stress symptoms vary by the individual-these symptoms are appeals from the body/mind to…

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7 ways prenatal yoga empowerment works: My VBAC Birth Story Part 2


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I shared the story of my caesarian birth in my previous post, as well as the importance of prenatal yoga…

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Why I teach Prenatal Yoga in Tucson


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Birth memories  stay vivid for a woman throughout her life. I have given birth twice and know this to be…

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