Pregnancy Yoga Classes

Autumn Term 2019

10th September  – 15th  October 2019 (6 weeks ) 

Yoga for Labour and Birth class 22nd October  2019

5th November – 10th December 2019 (6 weeks)

Yoga for Labour and Birth class 17th December 2019

 

Spring Term 2020

Tuesday 7th January  – 4th February 2020 (5 weeks )

Yoga for Labour and Birth class Tuesday 11th February  2020

Tuesday 25th February – 31st March 2020 (6 weeks)

Yoga for Labour and Birth class Tuesday 7th April  2020

 

Summer Term 2020

Tuesday 21st April – 19th May 2020 ( 5 weeks )

Yoga for Labour and Birth class Tuesday 26th May 2020

Tuesday 2nd June  – 7th July 2020 ( 6 weeks)

Yoga for Labour and Birth class 14th July 2020

(Yoga for Labour and Birth class is an optional extra class)

 Current Fees

£51.00 (6 week course) ;  £42.50 ( 5 week course); £8.50 per person for Labour and Birth class
Please feel free to join in at any time during the course – negotiable!

Timetable

Tuesday 19:00 – 20:30  Hook

Classes Booking Form

Venue Information

The Sacred Heart RC Church Hall
London Road, Hook, Hampshire RG27 9LA
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The Sacred Heart Church Hall on StreetMap (This is the best map)

Information about the Classes

The Pregnancy Yoga Classes are taught by Fiona Wells and Rosanna Godfrey, they are suitable for women who are at least 14-16 weeks pregnant until full term. It doesn’t matter whether you have practiced yoga before attending these classes.

You will learn how to really relax; improve your posture; gently increase strength and flexibility and experience yoga postures and breathing techniques beneficial for pregnancy, labour and birth.

Yoga can help with the minor discomforts of pregnancy and help you cope with the stresses of every day life.We offer a space where we celebrate the joy of pregnancy as a natural process and women where develop a friendly support network.

“Dear Fiona,

I wanted to thank you for the best pregnancy yoga classes one can wish for.

Your classes not only made me aware of my pregnant body but also made me grateful for

The relaxed, thoughtful guidance.
Description of each pose and how it influences mum and baby – this brings so much meaning to each exercise.
Your personal interest in each participant (aches & pains) 😉
Highlighting labour positions
Vast knowledge and kindness”
Aleksandra King 26.7.2018

General Information

  • Yoga is non-competitive listen to your body and don’t over stretch.
  • Wear comfortable clothing allowing free movement.
  • Allow 1-2 hours to elapse after eating a light meal before practising yoga and 3-4 hours after a main meal.
  • Bring a mat or a blanket to exercise and relax on.
  • Extra clothing or a blanket, and pillows may be needed for relaxation.
  • You are invited to join in the yoga programme but if anything makes you feel uncomfortable please miss it out.
  • Talk to your Doctor and Midwife about your fitness to practice yoga.

Fiona Wells Yoga Classes Booking Form