Prenatal Power Flow

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Teacher: 
Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga
Duration: 
63:56
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Average: 4.8 (33 votes)
Class Description: 

This prenatal yoga class is designed as an alternative to the normal, slower prenatal classes that are out there. It's for moms who have a strong yoga practice and have not lost that strength or stamina in the first trimester of their pregnancy. The poses are modified for a pregnant body so a mom to be can flow without worrying if the pose is on the "allowed" list.

Music provided by Jami Sieber

Equipment: 
Block
Bolster

Comments

Amazing class. I loved every
madelenestraaf 1 month ago

Amazing class. I loved every minute of it. Namaste Fiji.

Wow
amwolf 2 months ago

That felt so great, I had to comment. Thank you!

Wonderful!
SallyP 7 months ago

This is exactly what I hoped it would be! I love the mix of challenging strength maintaining/building poses and hip and back openers. I was afraid coming into pregnancy that the only prenatal classes I would be able to find would be very yin. Don't get me wrong, I love the yin classes, too, but it's nice to have a class that I can come to that will help me maintain my strength. Thank you!

Keep them coming! More intermediate classes please!!!
oliviacmedina 8 months ago

I love this class Fiji thank you. I've done it several times weekly as it's the best one on here. I have 20 weeks to go, please post more so I can have a bit of variety. You are wonderful. Thanks for being excellent at what you do! x

More please!!
l_malmo 10 months ago

I've always been a giant fan of Fiji's videos and now that I found out I'm pregnant I'm so glad she has a prenatal video for intermediates. I'm having a difficult time transitioning from the advanced power flows I'm used to, to these very slow and gentle prenatal classes. Any chance we can get another intermediate option on here?! Love your classes, and going to miss the power flows very much these next 8 months!

Just amazing
darngoodyarn 10 months ago

I have been struggling with my practice since become pregnant. I feel so much better after completing this class. So grateful for it.!

Great more challenging prenatal class
genevieveea 1 year ago

I thought this class was great - definitely agree w/ other reviewers that it is more challenging (in a great way) than the typical prenatal classes. Thank you to the teacher for posting it! You definitely do need a yoga background before trying this, especially if you are already pregnant.

Amazing!
leahkosonic 1 year ago

Finally, a prenatal class that I feel challenged doing. Although I do love the slower paced classes as well, this one is more my speed and I feel like I'm getting the amount of exercise I'm used to. Thanks so much!

Loved the class
Sylviaperezdelae 1 year ago

Love her classes and knowing she has prepared some prenatal classes is the best!

It's also important that she always give the different variations so we can adapt for our own capacities.

Please keep it up your great work.

Accepting change
shalestone 1 year ago

Four days ago, I found out that I'm pregnant. I thought I was ready for motherhood, but when the second line showed up, I didn't feel anything besides shock. I feel like I had barely begun to process this change when today brought a total meltdown of regret (cue the hormone-induced, out-of-character bawling).

I turned to my mat and found your class as a distraction to stop the tears. I couldn't even touch my belly at the beginning of the class, and there were a few more tears the first time I "rocked my baby." But by the end of the hour, I felt calm, strong, and connected, like I truly am (though sometimes I forget). And I even felt strong enough to verbally say "hello" to the little twinging feeling in my lower abdomen.

What if taking care of myself also takes care of my baby? What if being myself also teaches my baby how to be themselves? What if parenthood isn't an either/or situation? What if I don't disappear, but just change, like I do every day anyway?

Thank you so, so much for sharing this sweet and lovely class. Baby and I plan to return to it over the next 9 months. <3