About Great Yoga Pregnant for Women
When you’re pregnant, parts of your body hurt that you didn’t even know existed. Weird aches and pains pop up out of nowhere and your growing belly can make finding comfortable positions nearly impossible.
this application recommends starting by sitting and doing three head rolls to the right and then left. You may be tempted to rush through this part, but don’t — few things feel as good and relieve as much tension during pregnancy as a slow, deep head roll.
Feel better already, don’t you? Now, onto those many positions:
Extended Side Angle Pose:
We feel especially sluggish during pregnancy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find energy reserves to tap into. Try the extended side angle pose when you’re dragging. It requires strong legs and works to open up the hips — a much needed stretch if you’re sitting at a desk all day.
Somewhere between remembering to take your vitamins and prepping a nursery, did you start to feel like you were losing your sanity just a bit? While pregnancy is a time of celebration, it is also a highly anxious time and you may find yourself carrying around a bit too much tension.
Sitting Side Stretch:
Around week 30, you may look down in terror as you try to figure out where 10 more weeks of growth are supposed to go. The sitting side stretch will open your side waist and pelvis and stretch the hips.
Cat / Cow Poses:
Do back pains have you already dreading the ominous and mysterious sounding “back labor?” We feel you. Most women will endure back pains at some point in their pregnancy, but gently rocking between cat and cow poses will work to warm up the spine and stretch the body, hopefully getting you back on track.
If you’ve ever taken a yoga class, you probably love child’s pose because it signifies a short break from all the hard work. When you’re pregnant, however, your normal day can begin to feel like a lot of hard work and it’s important to take time to rest and regroup.
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