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Postnatal Yoga
Class registration for May 2023 will open soon. Check back by April 1.

The Mom Reset

Dedicate an hour of your week to do less and be more.

Receive the essentials every caregiver deserves in classes, printable documents, and online modules:

  • functional movement for a healthier body;
  • mindful breath work and guided meditations to be sensitive to the essence of who you are;
  • educational material and instruction on core stability and support;
  • handouts filled with inspiration and research to live the life you desire;
  • a community of women and teacher support;
  • resources and providers who specialize in all things you may never knew existed.

Feel like you hit the reset button to be the best version of you.

Due to popularity reservations are required. Space is limited.

Join us whether it has been six-weeks or 40 years after childbirth. Also, no need to even have experienced childbirth. Caregivers are welcome for those who resonate with this content. No experience necessary.

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What to Expect

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Class location 
Karen Faith, LLC
7399 Middlebelt Rd, Ste 4, West Bloomfield MI 48322
(NE corner of Middlebelt & 14 Mile Roads)

Bring your own yoga mat.

Arrive 10-15 minutes early to set up, use the restroom, and settle in.

Some community props are available; however, it is recommended to bring your own.

Wear comfortable, breathable clothing. Layers work well in the cooler months. The room is set at about 70-75 degrees.

Refrain from heavy scents. (i.e. lotions, perfumes or colognes)

Traditionally, yoga is practiced on an empty belly (refraining from meals 2 hours before practice.) Being a parent is a never-ending job. Prioritizing your food and water intake is laughable. If you need to eat before coming to class - eat! Perhaps avoid that chili cheese dog until after class, but enjoy a small sandwich, veggies, fruit or crackers to tide you over.

Most importantly: please do not leave early. Allowing time for a restorative pose (savasana) integrates the work you have done… even if you’re just walking around the room with baby. Becoming aware of your body, mind and breath will assist you through this phase of life and beyond. Embrace the moments with no expectations. Simply be.