Swim Category: Teachers/Schools
Listed by Dani
Aquanatal Yoga provides a gentle and very effective way of exercising for pregnant women. The warm and private environment of the pool enables the body to stretch naturally, which is both stimulating and soothing. There are numerous physical and emotional benefits to aquanatal yoga.
A typical FIVE WEEK course with me will cover the following:
Simple Movements Using the Water
Adapted Yoga Poses
Pelvic Floor Exercises
You can join a course from the 14th week of pregnancy and do not need to be a confident swimmer to attend! The teaching pool is a lovely warm temperature and perfect depth so you can fully enjoy the whole experience.
I attended Midwife led Aquanatal classes myself during my first pregnancy and loved the weightless free feeling the water gave me. Being in the water as a group was a truly lovely experience and one that made me want to become the instructor I am today! I trained with a company called Birthlight whose skills and teaching are approved by the Royal College of Midwives (RCM).