Indianapolis prenatal yoga instructors are here to help you find your way to a better birth. In the process, all prenatal yoga instructors hope you also achieve the strength, flexibility, and endurance necessary for your upcoming childbirth. Prenatal yoga focuses heavily on breathwork and light stretching. The focus needs to be kept on poses that are gentle enough for the prenatal body to endure, especially if it’s your first time in a yoga studio. Going into a brand new space, unaware of the vibe can be daunting, at times. So, I’m here to help you sift through three locations for prenatal yoga in Indianapolis.
At Invoke, Tess brings her real-life experience to the yoga mat for those who sign up for her prenatal yoga class. As a mother of two, this certified Doula and certified PROnatal coach brings a bit of humor to each class. Invoke offers two Indianapolis locations and three dates per week of prenatal yoga. You’ll certainly meet your people on the mat as you all prepare for the most exciting adventure yet. And don’t fear- this class by Invoke covers your prenatal AND postnatal body for when you need to get back in alignment.
kOMpose Yoga invites you to join Margherita, who also knows about the prenatal and postnatal body, at their prenatal yoga class. This RYT500 instructor holds yoga as a daily practice and even went as far as Costa Rica for her training. Prenatal yoga at this Indianapolis location is uniquely designed for pregnancy- to assist in providing additional emotional, mental, and physical support to soon-to-be parents. kOMpose Yoga will help you hone in on breathing techniques, stamina, strength-building, and your pelvic floor.
CITYOGA offers Indianapolis prenatal yoga classes with Lisa and Kelly. Kelly has proudly created the only Registered Prenatal Yoga School and Prenatal Teacher Training in Indiana, alongside Lisa. During their class, you will be encouraged to connect with your infant and prepare your inner self and physical self for the birth event. These instructors fully believe in the power of the supported pregnant person and strive to empower you with confidence for your birth.
Depending on your level of ability and personality, one of these yoga studios will certainly stand out to you. I highly recommend you walk in with your intentions set on creating a beautiful balance between your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual needs. Focus on your breathing and the feel of your little one/s inside. Before starting a yoga regime, please consult your doctor.
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