Prenatal YogaTime: 1h45
The aims of this course
- To prepare for childbirth
- To learn how to breathe better to manage uterine contractions
- To relax and to reduce the level of stress
- To stretch with the hatha yoga’s postures
- To feel better by reducing the musclar tensions
- To become aware and to prepare your perineum gently
- To take a moment for yourself by becoming aware of your body
- To improve the quality of your sleep
My classes are supported by some basic and complementary health insurance, inquire directly with them to know your coverage
Dr. Latha Venkatram, yoga research foundation of Vyasa, Bangalore, Inde :
“Pregnancy is increasingly perceived as a disease while it is normal for a woman. Only 10% of pregnancies are at risk. Yoga (during pregnancy) will provide a gentle stretching, it diminishes the fear related to childbirth and it calms the mind,it is very important. It helps relieve stress and keep a pscychological pregnancy. Finally, I found that pregnant women who practice yoga have a stress level much lower, common problems associated with pregnancy such as backaches, heavy legs, vomiting, cramps etc. are reduced. The work of childbirth is going better. “
Extract from the CD “Yoga as therapy”.
My trainings and my midwifery experience offer you more than just a prenatal yoga class but also and most importantly, physical and mental preparation for childbirth Cf Comments.Dates et inscriptions
The class is done in french language
Location and schedule Thursday from 16h to 17h45 and from 18h to 19h45 at the yoga studio, 24 rue Goëtz-Monin, 1205 Genève Total: About 10 hours Price My classes are supported by some basic and complementary health insurance, inquire directly with them to know your coverage
Normal: The first registration 250.- Chf for 5 classes of 1:45 and a theorical class of 60 min. The following inscriptions 200.- Chf for 5 classes or 40.- Chf per class.
Student, unemployed: The first registration 200.- Chf for 5 classes of 1:45 and a theorical class of 60 min. The following inscriptions 200.- Chf for 5 classes or 40.- Chf per class. New price from 01.01.2019: 280.- normal fare, 220.- reduced fare. Also available Private Yoga Class, Yoga Online, Yoga TherapyDates et inscriptions
Yoga is the science of “living well”. It works on all aspects of the person, mainly on the physical, emotional and spiritual. It means “unity” is derived from Sanskrit “yuj” which means “join”. The goal of yoga is to achieve a better coordination of various body functions for the welfare of it. Yoga works on many systems: hormonal, circulatory, nervous, muscle and joint. Yoga practice relieves tension, improves breathing and concentration. It brings the relaxation of body and mind; it helps relieve physical and psychological stress.
During pregnancy, the respiratory capacity is decreased by increasing the size of the uterus and growing baby. In Sanskrit, “pranayama” is defined as the control of breathing. It helps concentration and mental relaxation. It consists of two words “prana”, “vital energy” and “ayama” “Expansion, extension”. The “pranayama” breathing balance, cleans the body and mind, develops harmony and inner peace. The purpose of these exercises is to bring more oxygen for you and your child, helping its smooth development. It is advisable to repeat these exercises at home or in the day. These exercises will help you learn to breathe better during the 9 months of pregnancy and during delivery.
Muscles and joints
Thanks to “asana” or “positions held”, muscles and joints are maintained, become more flexible and relax. The regular practice of asana keeps the body in optimum condition and ensures a good balance of nervous and mental ability.
“Bandha” means “hold.” The “moola bandha” is the perineal contraction. This exercise helps the awareness, knowledge and mastery of his perineum. It prepares the muscles to support the pregnancy; it increases the elasticity of the muscles facilitating the birth of your baby and avoids the postnatal complications.
The “yoga nidra” is a process of relaxation of body and mind. This relaxation clot each session of yoga.Dates et inscriptions