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Prenatal Yoga Classes in the Heart of Lilydale | 6 Weeks | 25 June  2024

During our 6-week prenatal yoga course, you’ll learn the tools of yoga to help you develop strength and flexibility in body, mind and spirit during your pregnancy. Yoga practices include asana (postures), pranayama (breathing practice), meditation, relaxation and pregnancy education. A specialised class is suitable for women in their late 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters.

Cost: $159 for 6 weeks – no extension/refunds

When: Every Tuesday

Time: 19:15 pm – 20:00 pm


** As Part of this pass, you also get 2 complimentary general yoga classes
We are an LGBTQ+ friendly studio
A note from GP advising that you are cleared to practice prenatal yoga is required.
These classes will run in a series of 6 classes.
No refunds or extensions.
25 June 2024
2 July 2024
9 July 2024
16 July 2024
23 July  2024
30 July 2024
If you have any queries, please contact us

Benefits of Prenatal Yoga

Promotes Physical Well-being:
Engaging in prenatal yoga can greatly contribute to the physical well-being of expectant mothers. The gentle stretching, strengthening, and toning exercises specifically designed for pregnant women help improve flexibility, balance, and posture. Regular practice can alleviate common discomforts such as back pain, swelling, and muscle tension, allowing mothers to stay active and comfortable throughout their pregnancy.

Reduces Stress and Anxiety:
Pregnancy can bring about a mix of emotions and increased levels of stress. Prenatal yoga provides a sanctuary for expectant mothers to relax, unwind, and find inner peace. Through deep breathing techniques and guided relaxation exercises, yoga helps release tension, reduce anxiety, and promote a sense of calmness. This, in turn, contributes to better overall mental well-being during pregnancy.

Enhances Relaxation and Better Sleep:
Getting a good night’s sleep can be a challenge for many pregnant women due to discomfort or hormonal changes. Prenatal yoga can be a valuable tool in promoting better sleep patterns. The gentle movements, focused breathing, and relaxation techniques practiced in prenatal yoga classes help induce a state of deep relaxation, making it easier to fall asleep and enjoy a more restful night.

Strengthens the Bond with the Baby:
Prenatal yoga fosters a deeper connection between the mother and her growing baby. As mothers engage in gentle movements and breathwork, they become more attuned to their bodies and the sensations within. This heightened awareness allows them to develop a stronger bond with their baby, enhancing the emotional connection even before birth.

Prepares for Labor and Delivery:
Prenatal yoga equips expectant mothers with valuable tools and techniques to prepare for labor and delivery. Specific yoga poses, breathing exercises, and pelvic floor strengthening exercises help build physical endurance, enhance flexibility, and develop body awareness. These practices can contribute to a more positive and empowered birthing experience.

Builds a Supportive Community:
Attending prenatal yoga classes provides an opportunity for expectant mothers to connect with like-minded women going through a similar journey. Sharing experiences, concerns, and joys in a supportive environment can be immensely valuable. Prenatal yoga classes often foster a sense of community, creating lasting friendships and a network of support for mothers during and after pregnancy.


Prenatal yoga offers a multitude of benefits for expectant mothers, ranging from improved physical well-being to reduced stress levels and enhanced bonding with the baby. Engaging in this gentle and mindful practice can help mothers navigate the beautiful journey of pregnancy with greater ease and confidence. If you’re an expectant mother, consider incorporating prenatal yoga into your routine to experience these incredible advantages and embrace a healthier, more balanced pregnancy.

Remember, it’s always advisable to consult with your healthcare provider before starting any new exercise program during pregnancy.

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