Pregnancy Yoga Kingston, Hampton Wick and Teddington: Classes
Come and join my Pregnancy Yoga Kingston classes held at Bullen Hall (next to Hampton Wick library), on a Saturday morning or Monday evening, suitable from approx week 13 of your pregnancy. MuMu Pregnancy Yoga is designed to take you throughout your entire pregnancy until or beyond your due date, no matter if you have never practiced yoga before or you are an advanced practitioner.
Saturday mornings 10:00-11:00
Monday evenings 18:30-19:30
Please BOOK NOW for courses in September (scroll down to bottom of page for registration details)
Saturday 8 September – 20 October 2018 (7 Classes £91)
Monday 10 September – 22 October 2018 (7 Classes £91)
The courses run for 7 weeks/classes (£91). You can use your classes on a Monday evening or Saturday morning until you have used your 7 week pass within 8 weeks only. So this means if you’re away or unwell during one of the course weeks you can make up your lost session by attending twice in one or several weeks, Mondays and Fridays.
It is often possible to join the course even once it’s started. Please email me to find out.
If you are not sure this course is for you, you can come along for a trial class to any currently running class or course on a ‘pay as you go’ basis (£15), before committing to the next course.
Pregnancy is a magical intuitive time in a woman’s life celebrating the new life growing inside her. Yoga makes you feel more energised, stronger, more relaxed and more comfortable in your own body. Regular practice tones and strengthens your pregnant body. It allows you to connect with your baby and your own inner wisdom on a deeper level. Yoga and Pregnancy have such a natural affinity, were yoga helps and guides you to have a deeper experience of your pregnancy and your pregnancy will also enhance and deepen your relationship to Yoga.
I have been teaching pregnant ladies for over 18 years and have had 2 children myself. I feel blessed to see whole families grow and witness my beautiful Yoginis go through various stages of their womanhood and be part of their first, second and even third pregnancies.