PREPARE FOR BIRTH
This is a program as its title, you and your partner will learn how to have a healthy pregnancy. It will focus on preparing mentaly and physicaly for giving birth, what to do for the 1st day after giving birth. This will be a loose program and will be extended depending on questions and special needs.
Designed to nourish expectant mothers during their magical journey, you will learn to use yogas mind/body awareness to connect with your own innate wisdom, body and your growing baby.
Pre-natal will assist you in strengthening the uterus and pelvic muscles, improve circulation, aid in digestion, exercise the spine and increase overall comfort. It can also help you alleviate many of the discomforts of pregnancy such as nausea, constipation, varicose veins, swelling, back pain and sciatica. Our warm and supportive class also provides space for you to connect with other expectant moms.
Please note, expecting moms can also drop into our gentle yoga, restorative class or beginners yoga! If you are interested in exploring other Zenith Yoag classes, we do recommend taking a Prenatal Class first to learn appropriate modifications during pregnancy.
POSTNATAL YOGA COURSE
Post-natal classes such as these are recommended by health-care professionals for new mothers. At Zenith, with special demands from Zenith’s students, we open the class for Mums, whose babies from 0 to 3 years old, who would like extra help with pain relief and general recovery after giving birth. It also provides a chance to continue exercising in a positive, social way and get some much-needed “me time” for busy mothers.
Tai Chi; the ‘Supreme Ultimate Force’, is a moving form of yoga and meditation combined. It is a martial art created in the 16th century as a form of self defence, and the movements are based on harmony between yin and yang energies.
There are a number of sets which consist of a sequence of movements. Many of these movements are originally derived from the natural movements of animals and birds. The way they are performed in Tai Chi is slowly, softly and gracefully with smooth and even transitions between them.
Tai Chi practice maintains the balance of spirit, breathing and movement.