Bring your partner or a member of your birth team
Learn comfort measures for your pregnancy and labor while strengthening your connection during this time of tremendous transformation in a fun and supportive atmosphere.
No experience is necessary!
Tuesday, February 14th at 5:30pm
$20 per pair or two classes from a current package subscription
Space is limited. Registration is required.
**Contact Kara Knott at email@example.com with questions and to reserve your space.
Prenatal Yoga with Kara Knott – Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Prenatal yoga empowers expectant mothers in their 1st, 2nd and 3rd trimesters toward the birth mind space they’re creating for their delivery via conscious, present connection with their baby during the nurturing of their body in yoga class. This nurturing is the combination of breath, posture, and meditation to increase mind/body/baby awareness, and in turn enhance the rewards, and soothe the challenges of pregnancy.
Prenatal yoga has been shown to:
- Help back and neck pain and tension
- Swelling of the limbs
Yoga helps bring a deep awareness and a sense of joy to life when we need it most. As I like to say, “Move a muscle, change a thought!”
Classes will be held at Simpson Family Wellness on Tuesdays at 6pm. The 3rd Tuesday of each month, we encourage students to attend ICAN‘s monthly meeting at 6:30pm.
Drop ins: $12, 5 classes: $55, 10 classes: $100
Kara Knott received her 200 hour yoga teacher training at the Kripalu Institute of Yoga, in Lenox, MA in 2011. She chose this training because of the lineage’s belief that yoga can be made accessible to everyone, regardless of age, ability or experience.
Kara transmits her joy of life by incorporating fun and experimentation to her yoga classes. By endeavoring to live in the present moment and cultivating a sense of playfulness, the student develops a yoga practice that can clear away all that has been layered over the true self, clouding the inherent divinity. From a strong foundation in anatomy and alignment Kara guides students to explore posture adjustments that work best for their bodies in that moment. Students can be expected to be both challenged and reassured as they practice.
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