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Prenatal Yoga with Kerry Allen
Jun 27, 2018| $100 – $120
Prenatal yoga helps to strengthen and tone the physical body, eases aches and physical discomforts that come from added weight and shifting center of gravity, relaxes and calms the mind and nourishes the spirit of both mom and babe. Yoga also helps to train the mind and body to work together to soften and open which is essential for labor, birth and motherhood.
The benefits of participating in prenatal yoga and support classes taught in the style of Whole Birth Yoga™ are profound. The community and support that blooms within each session, the trust in oneself and each other, and simply taking the time for oneself amidst the hustle and bustle of everyday life help to enable and empower women to look deep inside themselves. The journey of conception, labor, birth and motherhood is an amazing time that transforms the mind, body and spirit.
To learn more about Kerry, visit her website.
- 6 week series starting June 27th – class meets June 27, July 11, 18, 25, August 1 and 8 *no class July 4th
- Wednesdays, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
- $100 if pre-registered
About the Instructor: Kerry Allen
I have over 17 years experience as a doula, childbirth educator, and prenatal yoga instructor. I have attended births in hospitals, homes, and birth centers. I have extensive experience in vaginal, caesarean, medicated, unmedicated, and VBAC births. My goal is for mothers and families to walk away from their birth feeling empowered. The essential question that I come back to in my birth practices is how is birth orgasmic for one woman, and yet devastating for another? This informs my continued education in best birthing practices for laboring moms and their families.
Over my 17 years of practice I have developed a strong set of comfort measures for moms in labor. I also have a strong skill set to help partners understand what is happening in labor and actively participate in the birth by loving and supporting the moms.
I have been serving families throughout Kitsap County and East Jefferson County, with birthing locations extending across the water to Seattle and south to Tacoma.