FAQ’s for Prenatal Yoga Class

Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions when mamas are looking for a prenatal yoga class…

Where is Class held?
All classes are held at 1140 Brickyard Road Suite 75. The studio is on the second level above the Club Pilates and Vinyl sticker store. You can find the map on the “contact us” page or Call 385-645-5234 if you need help.


Do I need to bring my own mat/props?

We provide mats, blocks and other props. If you have your own and would like to bring them you can.

Do I need to pre-register for class?
Prenatal Yoga classes fill up quickly and pre-registration is suggested to hold your space. You can register for classes online through Mindbody- the most current schedule and a link for registration is on the home page. If you need to cancel a reservation just be sure to sign yourself out at least 2 hours in advance so we can offer the spot to another mama.

I’ve never done yoga before, will I be able to keep up?
Yes! The class is designed so that it is appropriate for all levels of fitness/experience as well as all 3 trimesters of pregnancy. If you have any concerns about your specific needs contact Alicia and we can chat about it.

Will yoga help my back pain/sciatica/round ligament pain?
Yes! A Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher has been trained for this and has experience working with specific conditions related to pregnancy. Be sure to let your instructor know about your needs so that you can get the most out of your practice.

I have high blood pressure/diastasis recti/pelvic floor weakness, can I still participate?
It is always best to consult your care provider about any health issues you are having. Alicia has extensive experience working with these conditions and can skillfully and effectively assist you with your individual situation. Consider arranging a one-on-one practice to go over the basics of how to practice yoga safely if you are experiencing any of these conditions.

More about diastasis recti here

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