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The class is designed to nurture new moms and provide a safe environment for them to heal and repair their bodies, to talk about their experiences of birth, and safely allow them to reconnect with their bodies 
De La Haye notes three key benefits to practicing postpartum yoga. These are rebuilding muscle tone, maintaining the integrity of your spine and pelvis, and preventing postpartum depression. “You’ll develop strength in your pelvis, abs, and back, all of which have taken a serious toll during the prenatal and labor period,” says De La Haye. “During the prenatal period, your ligaments and joints loosen due to the relaxin hormone. These may remain loose and are prone to overstretching for several months after giving birth. But with yoga, you can gently ease back in as a low-impact option. Finally, yoga promotes a positive outlook, gives you time to focus on your own well-being, and decreases the risk of depression.”

DATE: May 15 , Friday 

TIME: 4:30 - 5:30PM


PRICE : $17


QUESTIONS : | 804 502 0360


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