oung Caroline over at Yoga Barre has been in touch about her latest workshop.
And it’s all about mums-to-be and their partners, guiding you through all stages of labour.
Happening on Saturday, November 5th, these workshops clearly work – as this one happy couple testify…
“After doing Caroline’s pregnancy yoga I was thrilled when she put on her antenatal workshop so my husband could learn some of the same skills we covered in class. The workshop was informative and fun, and my husband loved being able to be a part of it and learn how to help me during the birthing process. I would highly recommend to any couples who are expecting – you’ll come away feeling empowered and ready for this next chapter.”
Caroline has been teaching Antenatal Yoga and Pregnancy Yoga for 13 years, and she covers everything from bump to baby – the key being all thingspractical and informative for the happy parents-to-be.
The workshop goes through all the stages of labour, what breathing techniques and yoga positions can help each one, how to deal with interventions, pain relief options, massage and acupressure points to help you through these stages, how your partner can be useful and what happens when junior finally arrives.
Perfect for those 30 weeks on, the price of €125 includes a booklet with everything you need in it plus some yummy refreshments. Running every eight weeks, you can get in touch with Caroline for future dates.
Running from 3pm to 6.30pm on Saturday, November 5th, you can book your Antenatal Workshop spot and find out more right here.
Caroline also has weekly Pregnancy Yoga every Monday at 7.15pm and Wednesdays at 6.30pm. More details here.
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