These gentle post-natal yoga classes support mums through their first year of motherhood while creating an environment to bond with their little ones and each other. Tea, healthy treats and feeding time is offered to mums after every class.
We recommend you wait four weeks after birth before returning to yoga.
Baby age range: 4 - 40 weeks (or crawling age)
Sundays at 9am • Fridays 2pm
Our pre-natal yoga classes support expectant mothers as they prepare together for the experience of childbirth and motherhood. Yoga movements help relieve discomfort, create space for breath and strengthen the body. Specialist breathwork and guided meditations prepare you for a calm and positive birth.
Our Sunday 9am class is a gentle movement and breathwork class, focusing on birth preparation. Our Friday 2pm class is a more dynamic movement class, focusing on space, strength and inner-connection.
Open to all women in their 2nd and 3rd trimester. Tea served after every class.
Yoga offers a toolkit of physical exercises, breathing practices and philosophies to support and nourish you as you journey towards birth and into motherhood.
All our pre- and post-natal classes are drop-in, with no need to pre-book. A single class costs £10 and ten class passes are £90.
Fridays 5:30pm – 8:30pm (other days available on request) • by appointment • £45 for 60 min
Reflexology is a non-invasive holistic therapy which activates the healing powers of the body through manipulation of the feet and hands. Reflexology treatments during pregnancy safely promote relaxation and ease physical discomfort after your 14th week. As your pregnancy progresses, Reflexology can simulate the birthing hormones to encourage your baby to come when he or she is ready.
To book an appointment with Kate Jennings, please text her directly on 07740 414 381.
We strongly encourage women in their 1st trimester to pause their yoga practice. Pregnant women with less than 2 years yoga experience should only attend pregnancy classes. Experienced yoginis in their 2nd & 3rd trimester attending regular classes should discuss their pregnancy with their teacher before every class. For more advice on which asana and pranayama most benefit you during the stages of your pregnancy, please see our blog entitled "Yoga & Pregnancy"