We recommend that you start practicing Prenatal Yoga once your nausea has passed and you have permission from your doctor to exercise. We have students who start with at 8-10 weeks and stay until the very last day of their pregnancy. Generally, the sooner you feel well enough to start, the better. That way, you will become more accustomed to the postures from the beginning. However, you are also welcome to start later in your pregnancy. You will find the information that we give in our classes will compliment your birthing classes and help you with the discomforts of the 3rd trimester.  We are amazed by our students' strength and commitment to their yoga practice, even right up until their due date!

 

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Learn more about what we offer and recommend as part of our studio community!

  • Childbirth Education at Grateful Yoga
  • Are you experiencing anxiety and/or depression? Contact Beyond the Baby Blues, a group therapy support group for prenatal and postpartum moms in Evanston. Lela teaches yoga for them.
  • Looking for a healthcare provider? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for doula, Certified Nurse Midwife, holistic OB/GYN, and Physical Therapy recommendations
  • Postnatal resources and classes
  • YouTube videos for at-home practice
  • Other Evanston community resources, articles and book recommendations
  • Lela also offers private birth consultations to couples and can facilitate new mom blessings/Blessingway ceremonies.

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