Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga Singapore

Prenatal Yoga in Singapore is more popular than ever. While using with a cardiovascular exercise such as walking, prenatal yoga can be an ideal way to stay in shape during your pregnancy. The practice of prenatal yoga helps keep pregnant mothers limber, tones your muscles, and improves your balance and circulation, with little, if any, impact on your joints. Prenatal Yoga helps you learn to breathe deeply and relax, which will come in handy as you face the physical demands of labor, birth, and motherhood.

When you’re in pain or afraid, your body produces adrenalin and may produce less oxytocin, a hormone that makes labor progress. A regular yoga practice will help you fight the urge to tighten up when you feel pain, and show you how to relax instead.

Unique Prenatal Yoga Classes For Mothers Using Wall Ropes

Our prenatal yoga practice helps relieve pain and increases endurance. The postures practiced in class prepares women for childbirth and help relieve discomforts, such as back pain and swollen ankles. Our prenatal yoga classes are unique in Singapore because we conduct the classes with the aid of wall ropes. No other studio in Singapore conducts prenatal classes with the aid of wall ropes. The wall ropes are an invaluable tool to help mothers-to-be release stiffness, aches and pains, as well as to open up the hips and pelvic region in preparation for childbirth. The wall ropes as beneficial for ALL LEVELS of practitioner from pre-beginner and above. The prenatal wall rope yoga class is safe and immensely beneficial class for both  the physical and emotional well-being of both mother and child. Our prenatal yoga classes have proved to be very beneficial for our students.

Instructor’s Profile

Yumi has been practicing yoga for over 15 years. Initially drawn to the Ashtanga method of practice, in recent years, she has become increasingly interested in other forms of Hatha Yoga. In 2008, she left her job at that time to spend several months traveling around India to learn more about the practices of yoga and meditation. Since then, she has regularly taken time off to participate in novitiate programs and other spiritual retreats – the longest of which was a one year sabbatical as a resident at a meditation centre in Australia.

Upon completing her Yoga Teacher Training Course, she has specialized in teaching Prenatal Yoga, Hatha Yoga, and Vinyasa Styles of Yoga.