Prenatal yoga is a great form of exercise in pregnancy. It's used both to help stretch and relieve pain, but also promote relaxation. Here are several videos to help you learn poses to make you feel better and your pregnancy more comfortable. These videos feature Debra Flashenberg.
Some of the curveballs you experience during pregnancy may leave you feeling less calm and in control. Gain confidence and endurance with this prenatal version of the yoga warrior pose.
Downward facing dog, or adho mukha svanasana, can help relieve the back and legs during pregnancy. Learn how to adjust the downward facing dog pose for prenatal yoga.
If you have discomfort in the lower back and buttocks, then the pigeon pose is for you! Learn how to release that tension by folding into a comforting pigeon pose.
If you experience nasty calf cramps during the night, then this prenatal yoga pose is for you. Learn how to do head-to-knee pose to relieve your tight muscles.
Bring a sense of calm and focus to your hectic day with the prenatal version of hero pose. You'll feel a satisfying stretch in your thighs and ankles while you take some time to breathe and relax.
Need to feel a releasing stretch in your tight leg muscles? Try the prenatal version of cobbler's pose, baddha konasana.