Frequently Asked Questions:
When can I start coming?
Most women start after their first trimester when they start to have more energy and the nausea has subsided or calmed down. If you have had trouble conceiving or a history of miscarriages, it is best to wait to begin until around the 16th week so the pregnancy has some time to settle.
I have never practiced yoga before. Will this class be too advanced?
No, this class is open to ALL pregnant women. You do not have to have prior experience in order to feel comfortable in our classes. We also encourage all women to listen to their bodies. If a pose does not feel comfortable, don't push it. Your instructor is there to offer alternatives and help when needed so do not hesitate to speak with her before and/or after class.
Do your classes have start and end dates?
No, our classes are ongoing so you can begin at your convenience.
What should I wear?
Comfortable and light weight clothing is the best attire. Most women prefer to wear something form fitting as well so their shirts don't get in their way while moving. We also take off our socks before practicing so we don't slip on our sticky mats.
What should I bring?
If you have a mat you may want to bring it. However, we have mats, blankets, blocks and straps at the studio. Some women like to bring water to have next to them while they practice, but we also have water available at the studio.
How long can I continue to take prenatal classes?
It's helpful to practice all the way up until you give birth. Most women find their bodies call for them to continue coming as the classes make a big difference in how they feel.
Can I buy a drop in class instead of committing to the 8 class package?
Drop in classes are available once you are past week 34 in your pregnancy but before that we ask that you committ to the 8 class package.