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Yoga for Pregnant Athletes

Yoga for Pregnant Athletes

Use these videos to meet yourself where you are, every day, every trimester. To address the undeniable accompanying physical discomforts and ease your body into alignment as it continually grows, shifts, and changes. To prepare yourself for labor and birth, no matter the birth plan. And to help you lean into pregnancy, to learn from it, and to find the ability to trust and surrender to the process, no matter what comes up for you along the way. These videos will help you really listen to your body — yours alone — and to lean into the reality of each day, which can be so different from the last.

NOTE: Like any exercise during pregnancy, be sure to talk with your doctor before doing prenatal yoga.

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Yoga for Pregnant Athletes
  • Yoga for Pregnant Athletes Practice Plan

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    Each video description notes when to do the routine: “whenever you have the energy.” While it’s great to set goals around staying active during pregnancy and maintaining strength is super important, planning a rigid workout schedule is a trap because you have no control over your energy levels an...

  • Breath Support for Pregnancy

    Breathlessness is common during pregnancy and as your baby grows it can feel as though you have no space to breathe. Use this routine to familiarize with and practice breathing techniques to create more space in your mind and body, to manage discomfort, and ultimately to help deliver your baby as...

  • Prenatal Meditation for Trust + Surrender

    During pregnancy (like many times in life) the only thing we really have control over is your ability to let go. To do this, we need to trust and surrender to the process. Use this quick meditation to become more aware of tension in your mind and body, and to let it go so that you can more easefu...

  • Prenatal Strength

    Strength is key for avoiding common pregnancy pains, maintaining good posture, and ultimately managing labor and delivery. Use this quick routine to maintain functional glute, hip, and back strength to maintain optimal posture and strength in these key areas throughout your pregnancy and postpart...

  • Prenatal Squat Conditioning

    Not only is the squat one of the most fundamental human movements, it's also a common birth position. Maintaining the combination of flexibility and strength needed to squat effectively throughout your pregnancy can help aid your labor and delivery, and maintain the health of your pelvic floor th...

  • Quick Reset for Preggos

    Shift from external happenings to your internal experience. Use this quick routine to connect to your baby as you transition from thinking about them to feeling their presence, and stretch tired feet and ease back, shoulder, and neck tension along the way.
    - Focus: prenatal
    - Key muscles: feet, b...

  • Fluidity for Pregnancy

    Physical stagnation — characterized by feeling sluggish and a decrease in circulation, especially to your extremities — is common amid an increase in fluid build up as your body works to grow your baby. Use this full body routine to increase circulation and fluidity to key areas, avoid common pre...

  • Make Space for Baby (and you!)

    As your baby grows throughout your pregnancy, so does the need to create more space in your body and mind so that you can more easefully manage the physical, mental, and emotional changes that occur over these nine months (and beyond!). Use this routine to create more space for baby and your inte...

  • Prenatal Work IN

    Your body is working hard to make a human being and it's important to support yourself with adequate rest. Use this restorative routine to gently open your body with prop-supported postures and encourage deep physical and mental relaxation. Optimizes postures from Work IN book for pregnancy.
    - Fo...