postnatal

Postnatal

Journey Series

Continue the journey

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This beginner postnatal yoga sequence relaxes and restores your body and relieves the tightness that comes after pregnancy and labor. Be sure to try the whole Postnatal Online Yoga Journey. Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 bolster
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Stretch out your upper back, hips, hamstrings, chest and neck so you feel refreshed and renewed in this postnatal yoga sequence. Check out the entire Postnatal Online Yoga Journey Series. Recommended props: 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 bolster
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Get moving again after pregnancy in this beginner postnatal yoga class. Be sure to try the entire Postnatal Online Yoga Journey Series. Recommended props: 1 block, 1 blanket, 1 bolster
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Begin to integrate core and pelvic floor work into your practice after having delivered. Take the entire Postnatal Online Yoga Journey Series. Recommended props: 1 block, 1 blanket, 1 strap
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This postnatal yoga class reconnects you to your body after pregnancy. You can also take the entire Postnatal Online Yoga Journey Series. Recommended props: 1 block, 1 blanket

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Nicole Brodsky - -
Love this series! It's making my morning routine even more joyful, with baby rolling around under me as I practice yoga. Doctor said I have Diastasis recti from pregnancy - the space between left and right belly muscles has widened. Lets just say that old flat belly may never return. Would love to know what's good AND safe for this?
pelvic floor/diastis recti
Shana Link - -
It would be great to have a postnatal video for abs that is level 2 and 30 min long, that targets the pelvic floor and diastis-recti. Please, please, please!
Need that
Alison Roberts - -
Great stretch for a sore nursing back. Must remember to get a bolster from somewhere. Also if would be great if you can say whether some poses are safe for women healing from abdominal separation. Don't think cat/cow is.
Courtney Favelukes - -
Mommy and Me sequences would be a welcome addition. My daughter is 14 weeks and I think she would enjoy joining my practice. Plus, it would be a great way to extend a session when she wakes up early from a nap!
Great first step back!
Pamela Scheideler - -
I did Pattis prenatal sequences and started the Post Natal restore sequence 4 weeks pp after a c-section. Felt great. Im now adding on the PostNatal Stretch at 6 weeks pp. Thanks, Patti, for these gentle, but super effective poses to bring some energy back into the body. MUCH APPRECIATED.
Amazingly generous
Michelle Stine - -
Today, I received a surprise at my front door...yoga blocks! with a note that you saw my comment and thought the blocks might help me get more use out of MyYogaWorks. Wow. Thank you so much!! I am so excited to put these babies to good use. I almost cried at your generosity (now, remember, I am 11 wks post natal so my hormones are still fluctuating and Im still a little emotional) ;) But, thank you so much. that was an awesome surprise.
Relaxing but missing...
Michelle Stine - -
These poses are very restorative, however the last pose requires the use of blocks and more, which is not helpful to those of us who do not have these items. Pillows did not have the same effect. Pelvic Floor poses would have been a welcome addition.