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You must book these classes by creating your account. If you can’t make it, don’t worry – we never charge for booking, only attending. We do appreciate an email if you can’t make it – just email Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi I’m Jessica.
I’ve been teaching prenatal and regular yoga since 2000, and I created Ma Yoga in 2009. For me, it came out of becoming a mom, and realizing that we need a different kind of yoga. We need our yoga to be:
- easy to get to
- short and honed down because we don’t have time to waste
- strengthening for our core
- stabilizing for our joints
- toning for our muscles
- therapeutic for aches and pains
- grounding and calming for our energy
- clearing for our mind
- opening for our heart
- nurturing and supportive so we can keep giving without feeling depleted!
After more than 18,000 women came through our classes, and we saw how Ma Yoga changed pregnancies, postpartums and even lives, we are so happy to find ourselves teaching online where anyone with internet can do it with us,
Whether you’re pregnant with a baby, an idea, or a vision for who you’re becoming, we’ll guide you through our simple but powerful alignment actions within the poses, so you can birth your greatest possibilities into the world.
How to set yourself up for live online yoga
First, find a space on your floor in front of a tablet or laptop.
If you can, place your mat with the long side in front of your laptop or tablet.
Move your mat back as far as you can, so when you are standing you’re still in the frame as much as possible.
This picture shows how I set up.
Place your folded towel or blanket close to your device so we can connect in the beginning.
I really recommend investing in yourself buying some yoga props! They will be useful to you for so many years to come.
Below are useful props to have, and substitutes:
- Place a folded yoga blanket or towel on the floor close to your camera to sit on for the beginning.
- Have two blocks, soup boxes, or a low table nearby if its hard to touch the floor with straight legs.
- If you can have a chair or back of a couch nearby, it can be useful for support in balancing poses and other kinds of standing poses.
- Not shown: a rectangular yoga bolster, wonderful for prenatal yoga and fabulous anytime you need relief from tension.
The teacher will check in with everyone to find out any aches and pains, and just hear about what’s going on for you at this point in your pregnancy.
Then, she will talk everyone through a short meditation and then take you step by step through strengthening poses that will help you feel both grounded and free. You are encouraged to rest whenever you feel like it, and to not do anything that doesn’t feel right to you.
We teach to whoever is in the room, offering lots of variations, so whether you are a beginner or a teacher, you will enjoy a challenging, sweet practice. Since we teach in found locations, most of our classes are pretty small. This allows us to create a friendly, playful, and supportive atmosphere for our yoga.
Our teachers are well-trained in biomechanical, therapeutic alignment principles, so the practice will relieve common aches and pains in the shoulder, neck, and back, as well as help you feel connected to your own strength and make space for more breath.
On an even deeper level, your yoga practice will help connect you to baby, breath and body – whether baby’s inside or out. If you’re not a mom or mom-to-be, our Ma Yoga for Anyone classes will connect you to whatever’s gestating within – an idea, a project, or a vision of who you’re becoming.
We look forward to having you in the Ma Yoga Zoom Room!
If you have questions about buying or booking classes, please email me at email@example.com.
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