I’m Allannah Law, the creator of the YogaYin Prenatal Yoga web site and course. Discovering you’re pregnant is a joyous but sometimes confusing event. There are so many questions about your pregnancy, relationships, work and the permanent change to your life. It can feel overwhelming.
The reason so many health practitioners recommend yoga to pregnant women is that prenatal yoga ticks a lot of boxes in regard to pregnancy exercise and preparations for labor. Yoga will also provide you with peace of mind and a sense of well being.
Let’s Start Your Pregnancy Yoga Journey
If you desire to make yoga a part of your pregnancy, this page is for you. I recommend you follow these 3 steps below.
Blog Articles on YogaYin for Pregnancy
I’ve written extensively on many aspects of pregnancy yoga in the articles below. If I’m missing anything or you would like to hear more details, feel free to write to me on the contact page and I’ll add a new post to try and cover it.
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Whoops! Incontinence. How to avoid it. A handy little cross-section. Why Yoga is a Godsend for your pelvis. In my many years of teaching pre and post-natal yoga, I have come across many [...]
Pelvic organ prolapse symptoms can be very uncomfortable and humiliating. I invited Elizabeth Carrollton from Drugwatch.com to share information about prolapse of the uterus and pelvic organs, symptoms and prevention. Elizabeth has also provided [...]
Ah... morning sickness. A term probably coined by a man who has never realised that morning sickness can very well be ALL DAY sickness. Here are some morning sickness remedies you can try including Yoga [...]
How Yoga can help your labor and Birth. Andrea’s story. A taste of a Yoga for Labor class. In my classes over the years I have watched the reaction on my student’s faces [...]
My own baby was only a year old when I started teaching yoga for pregnancy in 2006. I had just completed a mini-thesis on prenatal yoga as part of my yoga teacher training and a [...]
All yoga’s are not equal when it comes to pregnancy. What to look out for. The essential prenatal yoga checklist. Having taught prenatal yoga since 2006 I am no stranger to the myriad and [...]
You strengthen your pelvic floor muscles using kegel exercise for pregnancy. Your pelvic floor muscles are a band of interwoven muscles that run from the front of your pelvis to the base of your spine. [...]
If you're pregnant and looking for ways to keep yourself fit and healthy, you might be considering prenatal yoga. If you’ve never practiced yoga before or you’re used to a hot or fairly dynamic [...]