Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga In Your Neighborhood

When I was pregnant, I taught prenatal yoga and I was so excited to have a bunch of new moms to hang out with.

What I hadn’t taken into account was that they were all a half hour from me – and with a baby, that might as well be in another city.

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I realized how important it is for new moms to have community NEARBY.  People who could meet me at a park at a moment’s notice.  Friends who could come by when I needed a grown-up to talk to.  Thus, Ma Yoga was born.

Ma Yoga teachers, trained in both the biomechanical and heart principles of Anusara yoga as well as prenatal yoga, start classes in their own neighborhoods in home studios, rented spaces, and other comfortable locations.

Our classes are small and friendly, and just as much about kula – heart-filled community – as they are about strengthening and opening the body, preparing for labor and beyond, and enjoying the journey.

Join us for a free class – no pre-registration required.  If you don’t find one in your neighborhood, let me know.   We’ll try to find a teacher and a space and get a group together for you.

Come make friends, share experiences, learn great tips and discover a stronger, more free and more joyful Self than you ever thought possible!

Thank you for spreading the Ma love!

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