Explore the numerous benefits of prenatal yoga for you and your unborn child in a safe, sacred space. Amy Heilman (Birth Doula, 200 RYT) will guide a 60-minute prenatal yoga class where you get to devote this special time to nurturing yourself and your babe. Now is the time to take care of yourself and prepare for your best birth possible. Additionally, this is a great opportunity to develop for the first time, or re-develop, your tribe, because it truly takes a village. No matter what type of birth you are planning, you are welcome here. All levels of yoga experience are welcome.
What should we wear?
Generally, it is important to wear clothing that is both comfortable and made from breathable fabric that is easy to move in.
How many will be attending?
This is an intimate class of 8 moms maximum.
What should I bring?
A yoga mat, water and your beautiful self! Blankets and blocks will be provided.
What time do classes begin?
Please be ready to begin class promptly at 7 p.m.
How much do these classes cost?
They are absolutely free! We call it good karma. :)
Who is the instructor?
Amy is a Birth Doula, Yoga Teacher, and Spiritual Guide. She walks the Earth with gentleness, courage, and self knowledge. As a Lightworker, Amy is humbly devoted to the basic goodness of human life and radiates that goodness out into the world for the peace and sanity of others. Her calm, nurturing nature and playful spirit support students on their journey of self-discovery and transformation. Her presence as a healer embodies qualities of mother, sister, and best friend. Through simple, creative sequencing, she creates a welcoming environment for students to explore their bodies, their voices, and their spiritual presence. She is inspired by her own practice of ten years where she has laid her yoga mat and bright spirit on top of mountains in Spain, on sidewalks in Italy, and inside numerous hostels around the world. Amy is fascinated by the ancient practices of Shamanism and Zen and has a deep love for plants and the wisdom of Nature. When Amy is not teaching yoga, you can find her in the kitchen cooking wholesome meals, walking around the lakes, and shakin’ her booty to some good bluegrass music. She is committed to a lifelong practice of healing and transformation.