Great Monsoon SALE is LIVE
Starts from*
₹ 600
Prenatal Yoga Pack
  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd Trimester
(6)

5+
Years of Online Prenatal
Yoga Sessions

70%
Members had normal delivery by yoga

90%
Members experienced an
improved Sleep Cycle

92%
Reduced Pregnancy
Cramp & Fatigue

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Session Duration (60 minutes)

Are you expecting? Congratulations! You must be feeling scared, happy, excited, overwhelmed and so much more. Words really can't explain the feeling of having a life growing inside you. Pregnancy is a beautiful experience but it comes with physical, mental, and emotional challenges for the to-be-mothers. This is why Prenatal yoga can be a godsend. It helps relieve disturbing symptoms like backache, swelling, bloating, fatigue and constipation. Prenatal yoga also helps mentally, increases energy, lifts the mood, and helps sleep better

  • Relieve disturbing symptoms

  • Prepare your body and mind for childbirth

  • Increase energy, lift the mood, and sleep better.

  • Regain your figure post-delivery!


1 Days
5 Sessions
₹ 1000
₹ 600
1 Month(s)
20 Sessions
₹ 3000
₹ 1500
RECOMMENDED
2 Month(s)
40 Sessions
₹ 4500
₹ 2800
3 Month(s)
60 Sessions
₹ 5500
₹ 4000
BOOK NOW
  • Description
  • Benefits
  • How it works

Are you expecting? Congratulations! You must be feeling scared, happy, excited, overwhelmed and so much more. Words really can't explain the feeling of having a life growing inside you. Pregnancy is a beautiful experience but it comes with physical, mental, and emotional challenges for the to-be-mothers. This is why Prenatal yoga can be a godsend. It helps relieve disturbing symptoms like backache, swelling, bloating, fatigue and constipation. Prenatal yoga also helps mentally, increases energy, lifts the mood, and helps sleep better.

Prenatal Yoga is for all pregnant women who want to stay fit, protect their baby, and get back into their favorite pair of jeans after delivery!

Our Prenatal Yoga sessions include 

  • Warm-up 

  • Sun salutations are designed for expecting moms.

  • Yoga poses 

  • Breathing techniques and meditation 

  • Relaxation 

  • Information on baby’s development for that week

 

Prenatal Yoga tips by trimester 

  • First trimester - Replace downward dog with cat and cow as you may feel nauseous because of the positioning of the head
  • Second trimester - A good time to focus on stretching and strengthening as you will experience a gush of energy
  • Third trimester - As the baby grows, you may feel discomfort around this time. It is best to focus on meditation and breathing to fight anxiety

Our online yoga classes cover each week of pregnancy and include all the poses required to take care of you and the growing baby. These prenatal yoga sessions will help prepare your body and mind for childbirth. It will also help in regaining your figure post-delivery. With our online prenatal yoga sessions, you can have a better experience of childbirth from the comfort of your home. We look forward to joining you on your Beautiful Journey!

 

  • Prenatal yoga diminishes stress

  • Lowers blood pressure.

  • Tremendously reduced pregnancy-induced hypertension.

  • Reduces the chance of miscarriage.

  • With the help of meditation and pranayamas, prenatal yoga helps in preventing mood swings and fighting depression.

  • Prepares the body for labor by practicing specific asanas which also help in repairing the body immediately after delivery.

  • It also trains the expecting to push during labor.

  • Helps in maintaining weight and staying active.

  • Helps connect with the baby.

  • Induces better quality sleep which is important for the mother and the baby.

  • Strengthens important muscles like the abdomen, pelvis, hip, and core.

  • Balances emotions throughout.

 

  1. Download the Zoom App on your mobile, iPad, or laptop
  2. To join online training, you can click on the button that is sent to you via email. Alternately, you can also click on the button that is there in your dashboard/booking history
  3. Choose a right place to do your favourite workout
  4. Please have your yoga mat and water bottle with you
  5. Follow your instructor carefully
  6. Workout regularly for a healthy body and mind
Notes:-
  1. Validity of the package / bookings will be strictly in accordance with the time period for which the purchase was made and as per the time period mentioned in your plan. No refunds will be made once a plan is purchased.
Other Programs
REVIEW & RATINGS
5 / 5
Overall Rating
(6)
Lekha
5
Highly Beneficial for Health
31 May 2024
This prenatal yoga program is highly beneficial for both physical and mental health during pregnancy. The exercises are easy to follow and can be done at your own pace. I can’t recommend it enough!
Aisha Patel
5
Wonderful Experience
31 May 2024
I had a wonderful experience with this prenatal yoga program. It helped me connect with my baby and made my pregnancy journey more enjoyable. I felt supported and cared for throughout.
Iram
5
Great for Relaxation and Strength
31 May 2024
This prenatal yoga program is fantastic. It not only helped me relax but also build strength for labor. The breathing techniques taught were particularly helpful.
Priya Gupta
5
Best Prenatal Yoga Program
31 May 2024
I started this program in my second trimester and it has made a world of difference. The instructors are knowledgeable and the sessions are very calming. It’s the best part of my day!
Sarah Thompson
5
A Lifesaver during Pregnancy
31 May 2024
This prenatal yoga program has been a lifesaver during my pregnancy. The gentle exercises helped me stay active and reduced my back pain. Highly recommended for all expecting mothers!

What is Prenatal Yoga?

Yoga is a form of meditation where breath and various asanas are used to help connect the body, mind, and soul. Prenatal yoga is a great way to stay active during pregnancy and connect with your little one as your body transforms. Unlike a yoga class that merely modifies the regular practice, prenatal yoga addresses concerns that a pregnant woman would have. It is a gentler form of yoga, specifically curated for pregnant women and their changing bodies, which offers both mental and physical benefits. It is best for mothers who want to stay in shape and do what is best for their babies.

Prenatal Yoga Online

Are you having a tough time deciding what pregnancy workouts are actually suitable for you? If yes, prenatal yoga is a good way to stay limber and fit, while also helping with stress management in the comfort of your home. Whether you’re considering taking up the challenge for the first time, or are already an active yogi, you will find that online prenatal yoga is relaxing, flexible and fun. These asanas help the body during labour and delivery. Align your mind with your body and soul and with the growing baby inside you through online prenatal yoga classes.

Types of Prenatal Yoga

Yoga is a form of meditation where breath and various asanas are used to help connect the body, mind, and soul. Prenatal yoga is a great way to stay active during pregnancy and connect with your little one as your body transforms. Unlike a yoga class that merely modifies the regular practice, prenatal yoga addresses concerns that a pregnant woman would have. It is a gentler form of yoga, specifically curated for pregnant women and their changing bodies, which offers both mental and physical benefits. It is best for mothers who want to stay in shape and do what is best for their babies.

Marjaryasana Bitilasana or Cat-cow Pose

This pose is a combination of two poses that help the spine warm up and gives it a good stretch. When synchronised with breath, this asana is beneficial for both body and mind. Since a pregnant woman’s back bears a lot of load as the baby develops, it needs to be exercised and strengthened to avoid pain and injuries. Marjaryasana Bitilasana helps in strengthening the abdominal muscles and lower back. Start on all fours - ankles beneath shoulders and hips above knees and toes (untucked). Take a deep breath and arch your back, lifting the sit bone up to the sky. Your eyes should be gazing at the sky, bringing the shoulder blades together. Stay in this position for 3-4 breaths. Now, exhale while curling your spine, tucking the sit bones under. Chin falling to your chest, roll your shoulders in towards the heart, and move your gaze towards the navel. Stay in this position for 3-4 breaths.

Badhakonasana or Butterfly Pose

This pose helps stretch the groin muscles, knees, and thighs relieving pain. It helps in improving blood circulation in the lower body which sometimes gets restricted when one sits a lot during this period. To do this pose, sit on your mat with your legs fully stretched. Keeping the legs touching the mat, form a ‘namaste’ with your feet. Place your hands on your knees. Hold the pose for some time, relax for a minute, and repeat.

Malasana or Yogs Squat

Malasana is one of the most beneficial asanas as this pose helps in digestion and stretches the back, neck, ankles, and hamstrings. To do malasana sit down with your feet slightly wider than the hips. Bend your knees into a squat position and bring your hands together and join the palms in a Namaste pose. Now, gently press the elbows towards your inner thighs. Try to bring your hips closer to the ground maintaining a straight spine. Then come back slowly to the original position.

Trikonasana or Triangle Pose

This asana stretches the hamstrings, hips, and strengthens the legs. It also opens the chest and shoulders. It also helps in stability and balance. Stand straight and keep your feet joined, resting your hands on either side of your body. Slowly spread your legs and lift your right hand. Take a deep breath and bend to your left. Maintain the balance by keeping the left palm on the mat. Fix your gaze up on the tip of the right hand and count up to 20. Repeat the same with your left hand up.

Sukhasana or Easy Pose

This asana keeps you focused on your breath which helps in relaxing the mind and body. It also helps in strengthening the back and stretching the ankles and knees. Be seated with your buttocks on the mat, now cross your legs placing the feet directly below the knees. Rest your face directly below the knees. Rest the hands on the lap or the knees with palms facing up. Now, press the hip bones down to the floor and reach the crown of your head to lengthen the spine. Dropping the shoulders down and back, press the chest towards the front. Keep breathing deeply throughout.

Advantages of Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal yoga, just like other types of birth preparation sessions, is a multifaceted approach to workouts that encourages mental centering, stretching, and focused breathing.

Prenatal yoga :

  1. Improves sleep
  2. Increases endurance of muscles needed for childbirth.
  3. Decreases nausea, lower back pain, chances of constipation, headaches, and shortness of breath.


From your physical body to your emotional health, prenatal yoga is the key to a healthier and happier pregnancy. It also helps one meet and bond with other to-be mothers and prepare for the stress of being a new parent.

Copyright © 2021-2022 LVFT Technologies Pvt Ltd. All rights reserved