Prenatal yoga helps mamas stay present in their changing bodies and helps improve the nervous system by calming the mind, which helps to facilitate pain management during labor. It helps to build stamina and strengthen the body, while also balancing the changing hormones and helping to reduce stress.
A unique class to Nature's Playhouse. Practice yoga while your child enjoys playing with our toys or practicing yoga by your
Baby & Me Yoga This class is a post-natal yoga class for parents and their babies(from 6 weeks to early walkers). It is designed as a way for mamas and other caregivers, to strengthen and tone their bodies gently, while bonding with their baby. Regardless of how your baby was born, vaginally, cesarean section or adopted, both parent and baby will both benefit from this class.
Little Movers Yoga & Movement
Designed for your littlest yogi to explore movement, through yoga, song, dance and games, this class is guaranteed to get you both moving! This class strengthens communication between the caregiver and the child, and helps development body awareness through movement. This class is appropriate for walkers to 3 years.
Mommy & Me Workouts A total fitness program that moms can do with their babies. It includes intervals of strength and body toning exercises using exercise tubing and the environment.
Dancing For Birth™
This prenatal/postpartum class incorporates movements that are specifically designed for women in any stage of pregnancy, from preconception to postpartum women wearing their babies in a soft structured carrier, wrap or sling. The dance movements performed in this class are inspired by world dance forms such as Belly dance, African dance, Latin dance and interpretive dance. These classes celebrate birth, strengthen the body and awaken innate wisdom that will prepare you physically for birth and postpartum recovery. www.dancingforbirth.com
Adult Belly Dance Fitness Belly dance is an empowering dance that connects both the mind and the body. This class focuses on basic belly dance technique through isolation and muscular training. The class includes warm up, technique, drills, and integration of technique in short dance combinations.