Did anyone practice prenatal yoga during pregnancy? What is your experiences with it?

Question by ME: Did anyone practice prenatal yoga during pregnancy? What is your experiences with it?
I am considering purchasing prenatal yoga to practice during the rest of my pregnancy. Has anyone else used prenatal yoga during pregnancy, did you enjoy it? Do you think it was helpful… All round what was your experience with it??? Thanks.

I am currently alittle over 11 weeks pregnant 🙂 I plan on starting this exercise once I am past the first trimester (probably around 14 weeks)

Best answer:

Answer by Super mom of 3
I got it when I found out I was pregnant for the first time. I used it for about 2 months and then I talk to some friends who had used it to and had already given birth and they said it did nothing for them.

It could be different with you. I say that you should try it out. Sometimes they let you try it for 30 days for free and if you like it you can buy it, if not, it’s like you never used it.

Good luck and congratulations!

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2 Responses to “Did anyone practice prenatal yoga during pregnancy? What is your experiences with it?”

  1. i bought a couple of dvds and one i hated the other i love. the ones by sara holliday are really good. i felt like i was actually stretching and toning muscles. i haven’t done it in a few weeks so i should get back on it. look on amazon.com because they sell a lot of them and they also have reviews from people who have used them.

  2. I have been practicing yoga for years, when I got pregnant I bought a DVD (Leisa Hart’s FitMama) but it wasn’t very yoga-y. I would not recomend it. Then a friend signed the two of us up for prenatal yoga at a community center and it was fantastic. I met other pregnant women and learned a lot of techniques to cope with pain during childbirth. The class showed lots of different positions to use that helped open up the pelvic region and relax my lower back when I got huge. The instructor also made sure we were doing the positions safely for the various stages of our pregnancies. Look around your area for a class at the Y, or community center or even a yoga school. I have always found classes much better than the DVDs- I have a small collection. You can still practice what you learn in class by yourself at home.
    The most useful position I found was ‘cat’- it was great for lower back pain.