prenatal yoga

27 10, 2019

Prenatal Yoga

2019-10-24T21:37:01-04:00

Prenatal Yoga three times a week - all classes drop in Sundays 4pm to 515pm Tuesdays 745pm to 9pm Thursdays 745pm to 9pm   Practicing yoga during pregnancy is a great way to stay active and help alleviate many of the common discomforts including [...]

Prenatal Yoga2019-10-24T21:37:01-04:00
14 04, 2019

Postpartum Body: Effects Childbirth has on the Pelvic Floor

2019-08-25T23:36:49-04:00

A woman’s body goes through a lot of changes during pregnancy. The most noticeable ones are the growing abdomen and changes to the breasts. There are many more changes going on internally – the uterus goes from weighing around 2 ounces to 2 pounds. [...]

Postpartum Body: Effects Childbirth has on the Pelvic Floor2019-08-25T23:36:49-04:00
27 12, 2018

Yoga In The Winter

2019-04-12T14:46:57-04:00

We know it can be tough to continue with your practice in the colder months. Here are four reasons to continue practicing. 1. Yoga is warm - it helps to warm up your muscles and joints. Important with your changing body to help [...]

Yoga In The Winter2019-04-12T14:46:57-04:00
20 11, 2018

Benefits Of Shoulderstand Pose

2019-03-23T22:04:18-04:00

How does this one pose, shoulderstand, do all of that? During fertility and pregnancy, the importance of the thyroid gland cannot be overstated. The thyroid hormones are critical for the development of the fetal and neonatal brain. A deficiency in the secretions of [...]

Benefits Of Shoulderstand Pose2019-03-23T22:04:18-04:00
1 11, 2018

New Canadian Guidelines for Exercising when Pregnant

2019-07-14T15:43:49-04:00

Tree Pose The CSEP recently released their 2019 Canadian Guideline for Physical Activity throughout Pregnancy. It states that pregnant persons should aim to have 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physically activity each week over a minimum of three days per week. Evidence shows [...]

New Canadian Guidelines for Exercising when Pregnant2019-07-14T15:43:49-04:00
29 10, 2018

Diastasis Recti Symptoms

2019-07-27T22:49:43-04:00

You've had your baby but your stomach still looks like you're pregnant. It takes time to get back to your post pregnant body but a postpartum abdominal condition called diastasis recti might be to blame. Diastasis recti what? Hard to spell and pronounce, [...]

Diastasis Recti Symptoms2019-07-27T22:49:43-04:00
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