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[Live Streamed] Postnatal Yoga Series with Monique McFadden – Ongoing
May 5| $80
Postnatal Yoga addresses the aches, pains and energy challenges of the postpartum parent (parents of all genders are welcome). Each class starts with a check-in so that parents can give each other support and feedback and the teacher can create a class that addresses the current needs and physical level of the group. We will focus on rebuilding core and pelvic floor, addressing diastisis, building all over body strength, and reducing neck, shoulder, and wrist tension. Expect to be challenged and nurtured.
Bring your baby or come alone. Partners are welcome. You are also welcome to bring a friend or family member. Each practicing adult is charged for class.
✓ Wednesdays 11:30am-12:45pm
✓ May 5th – 26th, 2021
Cost: $80 for 4-week series
All classes will be recorded and available up to one week after the course ends. This will enable students who can’t make it to class due to scheduling conflicts will be able to take the class and/or retake the class afterward. Missed the first class? This series can be joined late, with approval, at full cost. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request late registration & access to class recordings.
This series is ongoing. Save the date for the next series starting on 6/2 and 7/7.
Postnatal Yoga FAQ
When do I come to Postnatal Yoga?
You can attend postnatal yoga as early as you and your provider deem appropriate. Some parents start yoga the week after birth, others come three months postpartum! We know how hard it can be to get out the door with a little one(s). We also know that you’ll leave postnatal yoga feeling revitalized and supported by the teacher and community of parents. You can continue to attend postnatal until your child is too mobile to be supervised. Some parents are able to come until their child’s first birthday.
What do I wear/bring?
Wear clothing that is comfortable for you to both move and nurse/feed in. You are welcome to nurse, feed and change your babies in the class.
Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training
8 Limbs’ Pre/Postnatal Yoga Program was founded in 1998 by Anne Phyfe Palmer. Anne Phyfe now trains teachers herself. To learn more, click here.
Note: Our series require a minimum of five registered participants, by five days before the start date; if you are considering joining please register early.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds of 90% up to five days prior to start of series. No refunds allowable after that time.
If you are having issues enrolling for this course in advance please email email@example.com.
If you have questions about course content, preparation, or recordings, or are having enrollment issues within 24 hours of the course or class, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the instructor: Monique McFadden
Monique McFadden is a certified yoga instructor through Whole Life Yoga at the 200 hour level. She is also registered with Yoga Alliance. After teaching in the classroom and practicing yoga for the last several years, Monique decided to combine her passions and go through a yoga teacher training program. Monique truly believes in the power of yoga – mental, physical, and spiritual – to transform and enhance life, mindfulness, and awareness. She is a committed, nurturing, and focused practitioner and teacher who believes that yoga should be accessible to students of all ages, levels, and abilities. Monique believes there is always something to be learned in the realm of pranayama, asana, and meditation. She is beyond happy to be sharing her love for yoga and her belief in the mind-body connection with others.
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