Stresses, anxiety and nausea
Breathing and meditation techniques help to aid relaxation and reduce stress levels in the body, which is a very beneficial practice during pregnancy. Lowering stress levels will help you achieve a much better nights sleep and will also help to prevent things like headaches, migraines and nausea, which are commonplace during pregnancy.
Aches, pains and digestion
Physically, pregnancy can be a very stressful and uncomfortable time for a woman, with the body going through a wide variety of different of discomforts, such as the aches and pains in muscles and joints, as well as unpleasant problems arising from digestive issues. The different movements and positions practised during Yoga and your Daisy Birthing classes will keep your body balanced and flexible, which can help to sooth any joint pains or muscle irritations. Yoga focusses heavily on promoting a positive and healthy posture, which will ease the common issue of back pain during pregnancy, in fact posture and balance are at the core of your Daisy Birthing class experience.
Digestive concerns are another common nuisance during pregnancy, with constipation affecting many expectant mothers. Performing the various different lengthening and opening techniques and reducing tension in the stomach muscles helps re-energise the body into ridding itself of toxins and waste products, helping to aid digestive health and promote better bodily flow.
Pregnancy Yoga During Childbirth
Our pregnancy yoga based classes will also stand you in good stead for when the big day finally arrives, and you will be much more prepared for child birth having practised our Active Antanatal method. You will understand how the use of position can aid babies descent, how the use of breathing techniques will allow for more efficient contractions and endorphin release, and how you can tune in to your body to allow a more positive birth experience.