Style: Pregnancy Yoga
To be pregnant and to feel a baby growing inside of yourself is an extraordinary and precious experience. During this time, a profound communication is established between future mother and baby. If the future mother is centered and joyous, the baby will be also as the vibratory link between the two is so strong. The physical practice of prenatal yoga strengthens, tones and creates openness and flexibility in the body. The nervous system is reinforced, and the hormonal system is balanced. The breathing and meditation techniques bring the body and mind into harmony and create a wonderful connectedness to the baby. Prenatal yoga also encourages women to gather together, share experiences, and make friends as they move serenely into this new chapter of their life. Go to the Pregnancy yoga page.
Teacher: Barbara Motta
Barbara began yoga in 2004 and remembers experiencing a feeling of lightness and a new relationship to her body. She moved to London in 2009 and practiced hatha yoga and vinyasa flow at Triyoga. In 2009, she completed her teacher training at Triyoga with Anna Ashby and Joey Miles. She's a mum of two wonderful boys. In 2014, she attended Denise Pesch’s pregnancy course during her second pregnancy in Luxembourg. It helped her to develop proper breathing and relaxation techniques for an easy and comfortable pregnancy and labor. In 2015, she completed Nadia Narian's pregnancy yoga training in London. She loves to create prenatal yoga classes that are welcoming and playful with a balanced attention to alignment and support and empower future mums during pregnancy, labor, the birthing process and thereafter. Yoga reminds her that everything is connected, so we live, act, and breath with awareness. Her motto: we don't do yoga, we practice yoga, always remembering that the journey is the reward. Go to Barbara's page.
15a, am Becheler, Bereldange. With heated wood floors, high ceilings and a view of the gardens, Club Haus am Becheler's "salle polyvalente" is a quiet and idyllic place for our yoga classes. Go to the Bereldange page.
What to bring
There is a changing room at this location. Wear comfortable clothing to stretch in. There are some yoga mats for new students to borrow, but not enough for all. If you have your own, please bring it, also a light blanket and a cushion to sit on.
Registration for Your Pregnancy
Option 2: Our Single-Class Registration system below opens 4 hours before class time. Price: 18 Euros.
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