This new yoga flow is for mums and dads who carry a child around and experience lower back pain. This is a very gentle full body flow, perfect for breastfeeding mummies too.
If you just had a baby, please check with your doctor first, before doing this yoga flow. I personally was able to do these exercises two months after giving birth. I am happy to answer any questions, feel free to message me.
Enjoy this flow. Zeynep
this is a short yoga sequence which you can do when baby is asleep. This yoga workout will help you to strengthen your pelvic floor and glutes. If you just had your baby, I would see a doctor first, before starting these exercises. Enjoy!
Hello beautiful mummies,
I have prepared this gentle postnatal yoga flow for you where we will be mainly stretching the neck, shoulders and back. Please make sure you had your 6 weeks check up with your doctor before you start your yoga routine.
In my new YouTube video, I am showing you 8 yoga asanas which you can do when menstruating.
You might feel low in energy, or you might have extreme pain, your mood changes, you feel tired, bloated, or you just want to stay in bed for the first few days of your period. This is what all women have to deal with.
This is an important time for women to listen to our bodies, to reconnect, feel grounded and relaxed.
If you do want to do some yoga though, you should avoid strong asanas particularly strong backbends, twists, arm balances, standing positions that put a lot of stress on the abdominal and pelvic region and inversions, because they are against the natural flow and this is why it is so controversial.
Gentle forward bends are nice as they give a light massage to the abdominal and pelvic region
and bring calmness to the mind.
Pranayama, breathing techniques are very useful during menstruation, yoga nidra and meditation. They help to feel more grounded and helps to calm the mind.
I hope you enjoy this yoga sequence.