Prenatal yoga doesn't have to be as restrictive as we thought.
"For him, yoga is really fun," Love told The Huffington Post, but partner yoga also "creates a really strong bond between
I'm 28 weeks pregnant and like many moms-to-be, I'm riddled with questions and mommy guilt. Am I doing this right? How will this affect the baby? Can I eat that? However, I've noticed that my list of worries is also deeply rooted in holding onto my pre-pregnancy self.
Research tells us that the benefits of prenatal yoga can include stress relief, preparation for labor and better sleep. "When
2. It Can Keep Mom & Baby Healthy. 1. Yoga Keeps Stress Levels In Check. "Labor is one of the most physical things you'll
For the next 2.5 hours, which passed way too quickly, Cheri and Arturo Peal, her teaching partner, took us through a series of poses accompanied by energy work, meditation and breath work. I left feeling so good -- relaxed, restored, and maybe just a little drunk on yoga.
The researchers noted that medications, such as antidepressants, can help to treat women with depressive symptoms during