Posnatal at Sangha Yoga Center Zillertal

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After giving birth, your mind and body need time to rest and regenerate. Postnatal yoga (also known as postpartum yoga) can help with both. This form of yoga is a modified low-intensity yoga practice with postures led by a teacher who has extensive knowledge of what childbirth does to a woman's body.

It focuses on recovery and restoration and can relieve stress and depression after childbirth. Physical problems for new mothers include a weak pelvic floor after birth, back, neck and shoulder pain from carrying and feeding the baby, loss of stamina from the physical exertion of childbirth, weak and stretched abdominal muscles, and fatigue from getting up every few hours to feed the newborn.

Postnatal yoga addresses these issues through meditation, pranayama (breathing exercises) and carefully designed asana practice that keeps your healing body and new lifestyle in mind. Postpartum yoga offers the most benefits in the first three months after birth. You can begin a few days to a few weeks after birth, depending on how the birth went. No pre-existing yoga experience is required to take a postnatal class.

Some of the benefits of postnatal yoga include: Strengthening and toning the abdominal and hip muscles, restoring and nourishing the internal organs, relieving back pain, strengthening and stretching the lower back, calming the nervous system, strengthening the immune system, increasing energy, reduced muscle tension.

After giving birth, your mind and body need time to rest and regenerate. Postnatal yoga (also known as postpartum yoga) can help with both. This form of yoga is a modified low-intensity yoga practice with postures led by a teacher who has extensive knowledge of what childbirth does to a woman's body.

It focuses on recovery and restoration and can relieve stress and depression after childbirth. Physical problems for new mothers include a weak pelvic floor after birth, back, neck and shoulder pain from carrying and feeding the baby, loss of stamina from the physical exertion of childbirth, weak and stretched abdominal muscles, and fatigue from getting up every few hours to feed the newborn.

Postnatal yoga addresses these issues through meditation, pranayama (breathing exercises) and carefully designed asana practice that keeps your healing body and new lifestyle in mind. Postpartum yoga offers the most benefits in the first three months after birth. You can begin a few days to a few weeks after birth, depending on how the birth went. No pre-existing yoga experience is required to take a postnatal class.

Some of the benefits of postnatal yoga include: Strengthening and toning the abdominal and hip muscles, restoring and nourishing the internal organs, relieving back pain, strengthening and stretching the lower back, calming the nervous system, strengthening the immune system, increasing energy, reduced muscle tension.

Duration

People usually spend 1.5 hours here.

Event Information

10.08.2022
18:15
Hippach
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