Kiran mother of Eva
'I began antenatal yoga with Gill at 16 weeks and ended at 38 weeks. , The breathing techniques helped me the most, and the stretches made the aches and pains of pregnancy more tolerable. When my baby turned breech, Gill taught me practices to try to turn the baby, As soon as I could, I signed up for Baby Yoga, until my daughter was 6 months. I knew that I liked Gill's classes, but I didn't know my baby would too l! It was great for her socialization, and she and all the other babies love the songs and rhymes combined with stretches and exercises. I highly recommend both classes.
The classes have been running since 2004 in Belfast and Lisburn and are a unique fusion fun Yoga practices for mums and babies. They help mums to feel calmer, and more revitalised and are an antidote to the stresses and strains of modern motherhood. They provide a holistic, uplifting and relaxing Yoga practice. What’s more, mums need only take part in as much of the class as they or baby would like. A mother who participated in the course commented on how it was like ‘an oasis of calm’ within an increasingly busy world.