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thatgirljj thatgirljj 8 years
Oh, I'd missed this one because of the holiday! I'm pregnant now and was a regular yoga practitioner before I got pregnant. Let me tell you, it helps SO MUCH with the aches and pains!!! Seriously, I'm practicing every day now because it's the one thing that keeps me feeling great. I've heard though that inversions are fine, even into the 3rd trimester if you've practiced them before becoming pregnant and the baby hasn't dropped yet. In fact they're recommended to help turn breach babies. Of course, once the baby has settled into position for birth you don't want to be messing with it! And I wouldn't be doing them at all without a competent prenatal yoga teacher.
thatgirljj thatgirljj 8 years
Oh, I'd missed this one because of the holiday! I'm pregnant now and was a regular yoga practitioner before I got pregnant. Let me tell you, it helps SO MUCH with the aches and pains!!! Seriously, I'm practicing every day now because it's the one thing that keeps me feeling great. I've heard though that inversions are fine, even into the 3rd trimester if you've practiced them before becoming pregnant and the baby hasn't dropped yet. In fact they're recommended to help turn breach babies. Of course, once the baby has settled into position for birth you don't want to be messing with it! And I wouldn't be doing them at all without a competent prenatal yoga teacher.
SU3 SU3 8 years
Way to go Fancy! :)
SU3 SU3 8 years
Way to go Fancy! :)
Fancy04 Fancy04 8 years
It worked great 4 me when I was pregnant. I'm back in my size 6 clothes-and my baby is only 3 weeks old.
Fitness Fitness 8 years
Hera - I hear you on that. There are faster paced yoga classes like <a href="/66586">Ashtanga</a> and <a href="/145816">Vinyasa</a> that burn calories as well as strengthen and tone your muscle. Check em out!
Fitness Fitness 8 years
Hera - I hear you on that. There are faster paced yoga classes like Ashtanga and Vinyasa that burn calories as well as strengthen and tone your muscle. Check em out!
Hera119 Hera119 8 years
I have to say yoga is really good.It's the kinda sport you can do even in your period.But I just cant be into it...Im now thinking abt learning it only for my period time:I need to lose my weight
TheMissus TheMissus 8 years
I think yoga is great for all pregnant people. However, Bikram yoga (hot yoga) is perfectly fine to continue to do IF you have been a dedicated Nikram yoga practitioner for atleast a year. Poses can be modified. And you stand in the cooler part of the room. I know of three pregnant women this past year who have continued to practice into their third trimester. But, again, you have to have been a dedicated practitioner prior to doing Bikram while pregnant. It should NOT be the first choice you make if you are pregnant and new to yoga.
TheMissus TheMissus 8 years
I think yoga is great for all pregnant people. However, Bikram yoga (hot yoga) is perfectly fine to continue to do IF you have been a dedicated Nikram yoga practitioner for atleast a year. Poses can be modified. And you stand in the cooler part of the room. I know of three pregnant women this past year who have continued to practice into their third trimester. But, again, you have to have been a dedicated practitioner prior to doing Bikram while pregnant. It should NOT be the first choice you make if you are pregnant and new to yoga.
Daisy6264 Daisy6264 8 years
I love It.
Daisy6264 Daisy6264 8 years
I love It.
Midnightkiss4u09 Midnightkiss4u09 8 years
I have 2 friends who was pregnant and did Yoga. They loved it.
Midnightkiss4u09 Midnightkiss4u09 8 years
I have 2 friends who was pregnant and did Yoga.They loved it.
SugarShorts SugarShorts 8 years
awesome article!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE yoga, and will most certainly continue to do it when i decide to have kids. It has a lot of great benefits =0)
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