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Prenatal Yoga
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Prepare for 
Prenatal Yoga

Due to popularity reservations are required to ensure quality of care. Space is limited.

Join us in prenatal yoga whenever you are ready. No yoga experience is necessary. In fact, many attend their first-ever yoga class in pregnancy or postpartum.

This is the ultimate practice incorporating healthy ways to function and move while the body changes, learn childbirth preparation methods such as movements and breath techniques, plus enjoy heartfelt discussions with those in the same phase of life.

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What to Expect

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Class location TBD

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

Karma Yoga has community bolsters to use in practice. They also have mats, yoga props (blocks, bolsters, blankets, and straps) for purchase. 

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

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

Traditionally yoga is practiced on an empty belly (refraining from meals 2 hours before practice). This is not the case in pregnancy. You are creating a little human, please eat. Perhaps not a chili cheese dog right before class, but eat lighter foods like fruit, vegetables, crackers, small sandwich, etc. You want energy for the class... and it's a great way to prepare for labor. (It can be helpful to eat before and during childbirth to keep your energy and strength going.)

Most importantly: please do not leave early. Allowing time for a restorative pose (savasana) often followed by a guided meditation or breathing exercise integrates the work you have done. Becoming aware of your body, mind, and breath will assist you through childbirth and into parenthood. Embrace the moments of stillness.

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After Baby Arrives

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Birth Announcements
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Sweet Momma Yoga, 2510 S. Telegraph Rd., Ste. L #253, Bloomfield Hills MI 48302

Visit and Share 
What's better than pictures?! You (with your baby) returning to prenatal yoga for a visit and share! Tell future moms your experiences of labor, birth, and being a new parent.

You will have about 5-10 minutes to share and answer questions. It's a gift to retell your story as it shapes your perspective of the birth. It also helps others navigate their choices leading up to childbirth.

Postnatal Yoga 
Join Me Time Yoga and/or Baby & Me Yoga. It is fun re-vising with past prenatal yoga moms!

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Prenatal Yoga Testimonials

"I actually remembered something Elise said which helped me deliver, I encountered some difficulty at the end while pushing then I remembered Elise saying remember to relax and relieve some tension while in labor as soon as I recalled that I was able to deliver my son out in a few pushes."

"Thank you for a wonderful prenatal yoga experience. I was a bit apprehensive about taking yoga because I hadn't started earlier. Your breathing techniques as well as birthing positions guided me greatly during my labor day. It eased my labor process and I swear by it now."

"Elise's prenatal yoga class was my first experience with yoga... This yoga class had an enormous impact on the day of my daughters birth, and for that I am forever grateful to Elise. I recommend her class to everyone!"

"I have a new found love for this community and pregnancy - which I never knew existed. Thank you! You have changed and deepened my perspective."

"I truly loved and looked forward to this class each week. It really helped me relieve stress and focus on baby while preparing my mind and body for birth."

"Thank you for everything! It has truly been such an amazing experience. I remember you saying to me that this was my journey and I just needed to accept whatever baby was going to do. Those words rang in my mind and helped me embrace everything."

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