There are many physical and mental benefits to practicing prenatal yoga. You can relax and prepare your body and mind for the upcoming delivery, and learn to tune out the outside noise and focus on you and your little one. Also, you will have a chance to meet other pregnant women and be a part of a wonderful community. Reserve your spot on a prenatal/pregnancy yoga retreat and offer your baby the best possible start in life!
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After I gave birth to my son, I started to feel very depressed. I wasn’t sure why - I’d waited 9 months for him to get here, I was so excited! I shouldn’t be sad at all! This was when I learned about postpartum depression and, honestly, after that, I wasn’t sure what to do.
Whether you’re a yogi initiate or a complete layman when it comes to both yoga and Ayurveda, you may be taken aback by the concept of Ayurveda yoga.
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