What is Ma Yoga Prenatal Yoga?

What To Expect From Ma Yoga Prenatal Yoga

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As a new prenatal teacher in 2001, I came into a yoga studio thinking about how wonderful and blissful everyone must be to be carrying this new life in their beautiful round bellies.

It took me about 30 minutes to figure out just how clueless I was.

Yes, pregnancy is exciting and all that, but it’s also often isolating, stressful, anxiety-producing and full of physical discomfort.

As I learned seven years later when I got to experience it for myself when we’re pregnant we have a whole array of new possible problems to worry about. Plus, in the back of our minds we know that eventually we’re going to have to figure out how to get this baby out!

I created Ma Yoga to help women not only enjoy this time, but to also use this transition as an opportunity to learn how to access our innate feminine power, wisdom, and nurturing energy.

What many pregnant women don’t realize is that you will use what you learn in prenatal yoga throughout the rest of your life!

Ma Yoga Prenatal Yoga classes will help you:

  • prepare for labor and motherhood
  • learn how to relieve your own aches and pains
  • access your calm, powerful, wise center
  • connect to your baby with your breath
  • become part of a community of birth and mom practitioners
  • and make friends with other moms-to-be!

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I hope being part of Ma Yoga helps you use this time to step into your greatest potential as a “Ma” – an embodiment of divine nurturing energy – for yourself and your baby.

Thank you for spreading the Ma love!


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