Postatal Yoga

Postatal Yoga

It is time to recover and get back to your normal shape. Postnatal yoga sessions will help you to recover and build strength after pregnancy and childbirth. It is specially designed for mums to help them regain their physical appearance and shape.It will also help mums fight postnatal depression and make them emotionally strong. Various breathing and meditation practices help in the easy transition to motherhood.

Our Instructors

Pallavi Sharma

Certified yoga teacher(ERYT 500)

Priyanka

B.ed Yoga sciences

Kiran Rawat

M.A in Yogic ScienceDiploma in Acupressure, YTT 200

Dr Smitha R Varne

BNYS(naturopathy and yoga sciences)MD, alternative medicine

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Guidelines recommend waiting for 6 weeks after normal vaginal delivery and 8 weeks after cesarean section to restart your yoga practice

1 Chose a safe and quiet room to practice your yoga 2 Yoga is best done with an empty stomach  3 Try to wear light, comfortable clothes 4 Use yoga props like yoga mats

6 to 8 weeks is where maximum healing occurs; a yoga session is unlikely to affect your scar after this period. If you have any doubts regarding start a yoga session or not, confirm with your health care provider.

Most scars heal within 6 to 8 weeks; it is unlikely that your episiotomy site will be affected by yoga poses. If you are still in doubt, confirm with your health care provider.


You can enjoy yoga classes by certified yoga teachers at the comfort of your home and avail additional benefits of subscription plans

FAQ’s for Postnatal Yoga

Guidelines recommend waiting for 6 weeks after normal vaginal delivery and 8 weeks after cesarean section to restart your yoga practice

1 Chose a safe and quiet room to practice your yoga 2 Yoga is best done with an empty stomach  3 Try to wear light, comfortable clothes 4 Use yoga props like yoga mats

6 to 8 weeks is where maximum healing occurs; a yoga session is unlikely to affect your scar after this period. If you have any doubts regarding start a yoga session or not, confirm with your health care provider.

Most scars heal within 6 to 8 weeks; it is unlikely that your episiotomy site will be affected by yoga poses. If you are still in doubt, confirm with your health care provider.


You can enjoy yoga classes by certified yoga teachers at the comfort of your home and avail additional benefits of subscription plans

Our Instructors

Pallavi Sharma

Certified yoga teacher(ERYT 500)

Priyanka

B.ed Yoga sciences

Kiran Rawat

M.A in Yogic ScienceDiploma in Acupressure, YTT 200

Dr Smitha R Varne

BNYS(naturopathy and yoga sciences)MD, alternative medicine

FAQ’s

Guidelines recommend waiting for 6 weeks after normal vaginal delivery and 8 weeks after cesarean section to restart your yoga practice

1 Chose a safe and quiet room to practice your yoga 2 Yoga is best done with an empty stomach  3 Try to wear light, comfortable clothes 4 Use yoga props like yoga mats

6 to 8 weeks is where maximum healing occurs; a yoga session is unlikely to affect your scar after this period. If you have any doubts regarding start a yoga session or not, confirm with your health care provider.

Most scars heal within 6 to 8 weeks; it is unlikely that your episiotomy site will be affected by yoga poses. If you are still in doubt, confirm with your health care provider.


You can enjoy yoga classes by certified yoga teachers at the comfort of your home and avail additional benefits of subscription plans

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