Mums and Bubs Yoga Milton
Mums and Bubs Yoga incorporates yoga poses, baby- friendly relaxations and mini meditation to help you heal from pregnancy and birth, regain your strength, restore your energy and calm your mind.
The postnatal yoga sequences are based on my yoga practice throughout my postnatal journey plus 18 years of teaching Mums and Bubs yoga.
Classes are for all levels of yoga experience including beginners and postnatal women with abdominal separation.
Classes are interactive and inclusive of your baby. Classes may also include dry massage and movement for baby accompanied by songs and rhymes.
Relaxation and Meditation
Classes include baby- friendly mini relaxations and meditations to help you feel more calm and relaxed and to combat sleep deprivation and anxiety.
Benefits of Mums and Bubs Yoga
- Learn ways to modify yoga poses for your postpartum body
- Safe way to return to yoga after birth
- Strengthen your body
- Relieve aches and pains
- Calm and relaxes your mind
- Improve your mood
- Reduce feelings of overwhelm
- Prevent loneliness and Isolation
- Relaxation for you and your baby
- Fun activity to do with your baby
Taster class: Monday, October 25
When: Mondays 11am- 12.15pm
Dates: Nov 1- 29
Where: Tidal Yoga, Milton
Investment: $125 for 5 weeks
Includes organic tea and treats.
Who’s this class for?
Mums with pre- crawling babies who want bond with thier baby and gain tools to calm and soothe their baby.
When can I start?
Every mum and baby are different so start when you and your baby feel ready which is usually around 6-8 weeks once breast milk supply is established and regulated and you’ve stopped bleeding. I recommend a postnatal check- up with a Women’s Health Physio before you recommence any exercise to check your abdominal separation and pelvic floor. The stretching we do in Mums and Bubs Yoga is very safe and gentle and you won’t do any exercises that aren’t suitable for postpartum bodies.
Can I come casually of do I have to sign up to a course?
Do I need to book online or can I just show up?
What do I need to bring?
Please bring your own mat and a wrap for your baby to lie on. You can park your pram just outside the yoga space.
What do I wear?
Clothes that are stretchy, comfy and make you feel good. Layering is best in case you get hot or cold. No shoes or socks are necessary.
What if my baby’s crawling?
Unfortunately classes are only for pre- crawling babies.
Got more questions?
Call Me (Melissa): 0452 580 005 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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