I don’t have a lot of time or energy so what short practice would you recommend?

Our lives are so busy these days, but I would encourage you to take the time to really develop a bond with your baby. It will be invaluable after birth. The best postures for a very short prenatal practice are cat/cow pose – to warm up and stretch your spine and sun salutations – modified for pregnancy and including downward dog (which can be practiced up to 35 weeks and balances the hormonal system). Sun salutations work with every muscle in the body. Be sure to always practice a relaxation – Savasana – after the poses. That is essential.  In fact, if you only have time to do one thing, practice Savasana. You will feel so much better for it.

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Allannah has been a Certified Yoga Teacher since 2006, a Certified Yoga Therapist since 2015, and has been practicing Yoga since 1999. She specializes in yoga for women. Her greatest expertise is in Yoga for Fertility, Prenatal Yoga, Postnatal Yoga, Yoga for Endometriosis and Therapeutic Yoga. Allannah brings to her teaching over 15 years of personal study in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She has been proudly mentored by Yoga Australia Director and former Australian Institute of Yoga Therapy President, Leigh Blashki, since 2005. Allannah's formal study as a Yoga Teacher & Yoga Therapist was at one of only two Australian Government accredited courses in Australia.