Not only can yoga help to tone and strengthen your body and muscles, but it also helps to quiet and calm your mind.
Join Sharn from Yoga Mums Fitness at her home studio in North Canberra as she guides you through a yoga journey before and after your baby is born, to help you get back into shape.
Yoga Mums Fitness
Sharn has been practicing yoga for more than 10 years; it keeps her feeling strong, calm and balanced, and it was a source of calmness and mindfulness through both of her pregnancies and beyond. Yoga Mums Fitness specialises in Prenatal (Pregnancy) Yoga and Postnatal (Mums & Bubs) Yoga.
Yoga Mums Fitness offers a safe yoga practice to help you build stability while you carry your baby, and to provide you with stamina for labour. These gentle yoga classes focus on helping to minimise common pregnancy complaints such as heartburn, sciatica, lower back pain, leg pain and insomnia. This will help you to feel more comfortable as your baby grows.
Classes also allow time for relaxation and breathing as you prepare for the birth of your baby.
After your baby is born, Mums & Bubs Yoga is a great way to regain your strength. Suitable from 6 weeks post-birth or 8 weeks after a Caesarean Section (or when your doctor has given you the all clear), Yoga Mums Fitness will allow you to enjoy yoga with your baby, tone up, rebuild core strength (including pelvic floor), and to release tension from your back, neck and shoulders.
This class is also a great way to meet other Mums and their bubs.
Yoga Mums Fitness also offers a gentle yoga flow class so you can recharge and energise yourself. Moving with the flow of the breath, here you can build strength and flexibility, tone up and calm the mind. This class is great for Mums who are ready to progress towards a general yoga class but are still looking for a postnatal focus on rebuilding the core.
This class is for Mums only so if you would like to lock in one hour of pure me time each week, this is this class for you!
Discover a day in the life of Guardian children by exploring your local Guardian Early Learning centre on Saturday, 23rd February. As part of the National Open Day, participating ACT centres are inviting you and your family to visit and find out what makes learning at Guardian so special.
The Canberra Crochet Club meets on a regular basis to learn crochet, meet other local mums, and to have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along.