***A little side note to any mums doing this class that have been diagnosed with Diastasis Recti – I recommend you avoid plank and even low lunge if you notice any coning happening in your abdomen, if you see this happening firmly hug your belly back towards your spine and slowly come out of the pose taking a gentle resting posture like child’s pose, or stay in downward dog until the next asana begins.
I have been breastfeeding my baby boy for 7 months now so back pain, neck strain and
shoulder pain have definitely set in due to bad posture and trying to get my boy latched on correctly, it’s inevitable and hard to avoid. So thank goodness for yoga! Together we can use yoga to counteract bad posture, to release muscle tension and free the body and mind from stress, but I’m aware that time is precious and scarce with a little one in tow so that’s why I’ve created this postnatal yoga video to be short and sweet enough to fit in while baby naps, or while a loved one takes care of them for 20 minutes. I do hope you enjoy this class mums, please let me know how you got on in the comments below, if you have any video requests that can help you on this incredible journey of parenthood then do let me know and I’ll do my best to get it recorded for you. If you know any other parents that would benefit from this yoga class then share, share and share again, all those little gestures check this channel running.
Enjoyed this class? Why not try my hour-long post-natal stretch – https://youtu.be/3YO63Jb617I
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