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Achieving Optimal Foetal Positioning with Yoga

OFP, Optimal Foetal Positioning, is just one of the many arcane acronyms that seem to fill pregnant life: PGP (Pelvic Girdle Pain), ROA (Right Occiput Anterior), LOA (Left Occiput Anterior), AIMS (Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services) and many, many more. If given a choice to pick my favourite, I would definitely go for

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Health, Practice, Pre And Postnatal Yoga

The do’s and the dont’s of Mama Yoga

Prenatal, Pregnant or Postnatal Yoga — these are not the same animal! Yes, you read that right. There are three different stages and they each require something different. Here is a quick skinny on how to approach each of them. If you’re curious about becoming a pregnancy yoga teacher, check out YogaLondon’s Pregnancy Yoga Teacher Training. 

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Graduates, Health, Practice, Pre And Postnatal Yoga, Social, Yogis Guide

Mamas in Class. Teacher’s Guide – Part II

As a society, we give expecting mums a lot of focus. There’s pregnancy yoga, an array of body therapies, pampering sessions and baby showers. The birth itself is the spotlight. We make birth plans, go to active birth classes and everyone is really excited about the due date. All this energy disperses after the little

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