yoga

staying active at 34 weeks

prenatal yoga style // smitten studioUp until my pregnancy I had never tried yoga, (which you can probably tell from my horrendous form, and how so very un-califorinian of me!) however, staying active and gaining strength throughout my pregnancy was a priority so I couldn’t think of a better time to start.

prenatal yoga style // smitten studioprenatal yoga style // smitten studioprenatal yoga style // smitten studioprenatal yoga style // smitten studioprenatal yoga style // smitten studioOld Navy provided me with some extra incentive by supplying the maternity yoga-wear and the doula I am using, being a yoga instructor as well, sealed the deal. We now meet twice a week for our prenatal yoga sessions and I can’t say how much it has helped throughout the entire pregnancy. I had SEVERE sciatica pain which between the bump nest, physical therapy, and yoga, has completely subsided. After every session I feel just a little more ready for baby Samuel’s arrival and the stretches, breathing, and just taking some time to be quiet and focus on the little miracle forming inside has become a part of my week that I really look forward to.

Here’s hoping I will keep it up once our little bundle is here. Did you guys do yoga at all in preparation for a birth?

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