Ready to practice mindfulness during motherhood? There's no time like the present, right?
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Frequently Asked Questions
Every pregnancy is unique, but generally, you can start prenatal yoga at any stage. Most women find it most beneficial starting in their second trimester. Always consult with your midwife (or healthcare provider) before beginning any new exercise regimen during pregnancy.
None at all! In fact, many women will practice yoga for the first time during pregnancy or early postpartum. Whether you’re new to yoga or an experienced practitioner, my classes are open to all levels, focusing on the safety and comfort of you and your baby.
Yes! Every woman and pregnancy is unique but I have had many women celebrate their due date – or due week – during one of our classes. If you feel good in your body, joining a course is a great distraction for your mind to keep up your yoga and mindfulness routine and prepare for birth.
My courses in Lund are all held at N Yoga and offered multiple times throughout the year. You can see the updated offerings, and register for a course on their website at nyoga.zoezi.se/kurs/3. Click on the course you’d like to book, scroll down and click “book”. It’s that simple! Any questions with booking you can write to the studio directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My courses in Malmö are all held at Yoga Kendra and offered multiple times throughout the year. You can see the updated offerings, and register for a course on their website at yogakendra.se/yoga/events/.
You can filter this page for my name, “Bethany”. Then scroll down to find the right course and start date. Click “Sign Up”, and you will be redirected to login or create an account on Mindbody. Follow the instructions and you’ll be all set! Any questions with booking you can write to the studio directly at email@example.com.
Because we have a big focus on community creation in the courses, I do not typically allow drop-in sessions. First, I recommend to book the course, and makeup the classes you can’t join in the subsequent course.
However, when space allows, I do occasionally allow a drop-in session, or partial course booking. More often than not the courses are full. If you have a particular case – write to me directly and we can find a good fit!
Classes are open for women 6-12 weeks after delivery, up until your baby is crawling. This timing ensures you have time to start to heal and get to know your baby and routines before joining a class. When your baby starts crawling, the focus is more on keeping your baby safe, rather than practicing yoga together. However, if your baby is happy in a baby bouncer or chair – bring that and join with a crawling little one. Trust me, it’s most enjoyable this way!