Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend adding at least one Prenatal Yoga class in to your week, starting as soon as possible.
Not only will you get guidance in adjusting poses for your growing baby, but you’ll prepare for labor and motherhood, enjoy a practice that’s created for your body and mind right now, and make new mom friends that you will be so grateful for later!
Just email firstname.lastname@example.org to set yours up!
Then, Create Your Account. Once you’re logged in, click the link on the welcome page to “purchase” your First Free Class (no credit card required). Then you are ready to book and go to your first class! Expect to leave feeling fabulous.
Don’t worry – we never charge for booking, only attending. We do appreciate an email (you can find your teacher’s email address on her Location Page, or on the Contact Page), but feel free to go ahead and book the next one.
Unfortunately the software doesn’t let you unbook, so thanks for letting us know if you can’t make it!
So if you have classes left over after you have your baby, having some leftover classes will be great motivation to get out of the house, re-connect with old friends and start getting your body back!
We do make an exception for miscarriage.
If you are sick or on bedrest, we are happy to extend your expiration date to make sure you can enjoy Mom + Baby classes later.
If you are moving, you can gift your classes to another student – just email email@example.com with the name of the lucky mama!
Just login, go up to your name in the upper right, click My Account, and then My Info on the left.
Ma Yoga is a community of yoga teachers and birth practitioners who have come together to support women during this exciting time of change. We find comfortable locations to offer yoga and community to moms and moms to be.
In order to keep your costs down, we don’t have a front desk or an admin person. Everything is done online.
But you are always welcome to email or call with questions! Just go to the Contact page for your teacher’s contact info.
It depends on your birth and your body. As soon as your doctor gives you the ok to exercise, you’re ready. If you had any tearing or a Cesarean birth, it might be 8-12 weeks. If you had a vaginal birth with no complications, you might feel ready at 6-8 weeks.
That’s exactly what babies are supposed to do. You might spend half the time feeding, changing, and attending to baby but at least you’ll get a little yoga in and have some grown-up conversations!
In Mom Yoga + Baby, we emphasize core strengthening, to connect you to your power center again. So yes, it will help you get your body back!
But remember, it took you 9 1/2 months to get here, so it’ll take at least as long to get back to where you were.
A strong desire to support women on their journey to motherhood and beyond is the most important! An intention to complete the Ma Yoga Certification Program (4 modules + doula training) is next. We will talk about the rest in our Dreams and Vision Call – email firstname.lastname@example.org to set yours up. And please go to www.PrenatalTeacherTraining.com for all the deets about our program.
Check out www.MaYogaLivingRoom for our online offerings!
Not at all. Ma Yoga is a community of yoga teachers and birth practitioners who are in business for themselves. We support each other, coach each other, and benefit because we all use the same website. We don’t have to compete with each other because we start our mama circles in different neighborhoods. With this model, when one class does well, others do well, so it leads to a very deep connection of intention between us.
Many people who take the Yoga of Pregnancy Workshop & Teacher Training simply want to have the information and tools for their own journey. The practices you will learn will help you find your inner gps, whether you’re pregnant with a baby or ideas, a mom or a grandma!
We also offer a Partner Prenatal Workshop at each location so that you can spend a wonderful afternoon together learning tools to connect to each other and baby, prepare for labor and motherhood, and find your center while you’re supporting each other.
Check “Workshops” for the next one, and if you don’t see one scheduled soon, let the teacher know you’re interested! You can find her email address on the Contact Us page.
Still Need Help?
If we didn’t answer your question here, please go up to the menu and see “Classes” & “Locations” where you can get locations, schedules, prices, and descriptions for all of our classes.
To find out what to expect the first time, just click Classes/How To Try a Free Class.
If you are still confused about anything, please feel free to email email@example.com with any questions!