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Yoga Heartbeat - Parents + babies yoga

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Monday    08:30–09:30

This activity is usually led by Alejandra

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1 month - 12 months
All year

Young Babies

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Description

Post natal:
Heal, strengthen and nurture with postnatal yoga. Breathing and stretching exercises work to relieve tension in the body as well as connecting with a community of mums. I combine specific postnatal yoga exercises for both mums and babies to enjoy together.

The postnatal yoga focuses on strengthening the abdominal area and restoring pelvic muscle function. Helps to relieve lower back pain, reduce and alleviate neck and shoulder tension and realign the spine.

Reviews:

“The class was good fun! The baby was very relaxed after the class and I was feeling a lot better too.”
Daisy Eccleshall

“I really enjoyed the parent and baby yoga class with Alejandra, it was a great mix of relaxing and strong stretching exercises, guided by her lovely voice!”
Pauline L Hénaff

About:

Alejandra was born in Uruguay where she began walking the path of personal growth and has been teaching yoga since Aug 2013. She received formal training at a School of Corporal Dramatic Expression where she learned her love of the expression of the body that then opened the doors of holistic training. Alejandra moved to London receiving a BA (Hons) in Content Development and Production at Ravensbourne University and certifications to teach Kundalini, Yin, Pregnancy, Postnatal and Recovery Addiction Yoga. Additionally, Alejandra has an MA in Theatre studies from Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona and a certification to teach Hatha Flow Yoga.

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  • Single Session
  • £8.00


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