Prenatal Modified Flow

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
Average: 4.9 (68 votes)
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This prenatal yoga class is for women in their second and third trimesters. Fiji was six months pregnant when she filmed this class. Her guidance is gentle and full of inspiration as she teaches you how to modify a yoga flow to accommodate the many changes you, too, are experiencing in your body as your baby grows.

Equipment: None
Style: Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga


Myri 1 year ago

Dear Fiji. Thank you so much for this lesson. I've been feeling so disconnected and sad in the last weeks. It was so hard for me to feel gratitude and appreciation despite everything and everyone around me is being beautiful and loving. When I was in the last pose, opening and connecting, I felt I could create a safe space. In my body and for my baby. Giving it all the positive feelings and love and appreciation it deserves. It touched me so deeply because I've been searching for this feeling so desperately. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Esme 1 year ago

What a lovely class. Thank you so much Fiji. I'm in my first trimester and my energy levels are low, but this class was absolutely perfect!

jordanyoga 2 years ago

I absolutely love this class. It is such a perfect flow for pregnancy, and beyond!
I'm a bit over halfway through my second trimester and my only issue is that I wish there were MORE prenatal classes to choose from! I find myself drawn to do them several times a week but have quickly started repeating classes. I always loves Fiji's classes though, so I'll gladly repeat.

ssolomo8 2 years ago

Such a lovely class. I especially appreciated the balance poses which many prenatal classes skip over. Also, the gentle reminders about connecting with my baby are always welcome. Thank you.

destee 3 years ago

ah this felt amazing for my very tight hamstrings, I'm at the end of my first trimester and this is what I needed!

TheDL23 4 years ago

I'm 30 weeks pregnant and this class worked great for me. I attend a regular (non prenatal) yoga class a couple times a week and just modify the poses. I did this on vacation and it was nice, though I do agree that people who have never done yoga might have a hard time getting through the entire workout. I don't think it's that they would need to modify the poses themselves; it's more about having the endurance if you haven't been exercising much.

nhelm 4 years ago

Is there a reason people in the first trimester should not do this class?

JewelledYogi 4 years ago

Great yoga video. I let my practice slide over the last year - and now being pregnant want to make yoga apart of my daily routine again. I found this to be the perfect video to enable me to get back into / improve my yoga practice and all the benefits it will give my body and my my growing babies development. NAMASTE x

Cloud42 4 years ago

I keep trying to do this whole yoga sequence but haven't achieved it yet. I've worked my way up to doing 32 minutes and I really broke a sweat. I felt great after I did it. It gave me a ton of energy. I can't wait until I'm able to do the whole thing.

littlesoozy 5 years ago

As a yoga teacher myself I loved this flow but I think you have classified it incorrectly. This is definitely not a flow for pregnant beginners to try!