Category Archives: Yoga Benefits for Pregnant Women
  • Safe Bikram Yoga Poses During Pregnancy

    Safe Bikram Yoga Poses During Pregnancy

    By Patricia | May 14, 2009

    Is it safe to do bikram yoga during pregnancy? Advice on other safe Yoga poses. There are conflicting views on the subject. Most medical practitioners and Yoga aficionados will tell you that Hot Yoga is far from advisable for pregnant women, ...

  • Pregnancy Yoga

    Practicing Yoga In Pregnancy To Get Rid Of Post Pregnancy Flab

    By Patricia | May 8, 2009

    As wonderful as pregnancy is, it also places an enormous strain on the body of the mother. Massive weight gain, strange urges and cravings, frequent mood swings, cramping, and pain are all part and parcel of any pregnancy. Of course, ...

  • Post Pregnancy Yoga

    Get Rid of Baby Flab With Simple Post Pregnancy Yoga Exercises

    By Patricia | May 1, 2009

    As wonderful as pregnancy is, it also places an enormous strain on the body of the mother. Massive weight gain, strange urges and cravings, frequent mood swings, cramping, and pain are all part and parcel of any pregnancy. Of course, ...

  • Pregnancy Yoga: Do’s and Don’ts

    Unsafe Yoga Poses During First Trimester

    By Patricia | April 17, 2009

    Yoga is beneficial during pregnancy because it helps to achieve a good balance of body and mind during this period of great change. With its breathing techniques it helps the body to relax, take in more oxygen and flush out ...

  • Pilates Exercises During Pregnancy

    Pilates Exercise During Pregnancy

    By Patricia | March 6, 2009

    Pregnancy is a great experience for most women. It is a new journey in a woman's life and comes with its own anxious moments, in the form of emotional and physical health. Anything that alleviates these troubles is always welcome. ...

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