Join Kelsy in this series where she guides you through some gentle flows specifically designed for those of you wishing to continue practicing yoga throughout your pregnancy. Being 7 months pregnant herself Kelsy knows all too well the struggles and pains you can experience and these videos tackle those issues in a safe and gentle way.
If you are pregnant and wanting to try these exercises, please make sure you ask your doctor first.
Usually in the 2nd trimester women feel a lot better, they have less morning sickness or none at all, so this flow is great for building strength and flexibility to really maximize your health and well being
In this video Kelsy guides you through a flow that increases hamstring flexibility, and aides in hip and low back pain. Most pregnant women will experience some hip and back pain at some point in their pregnancy and that can get quite severe, so these stretches should help alleviate that.
There can be a lot of different factors that lead to headaches and migraines during your pregnancy, this gentle flow with Kelsy is designed to help alleviate some symptoms and help reduce them in the future
Yoga is probably the last thing you want to do when you're about to go into labor but it can have benefits. Gentle yoga and breathing exercises can help promote movement and decrease the time you spend in labor. In this video Kelsy demonstrates a quick flow you can do
In this video Kelsy moves on to the active part of labor when your contractions get closer together and you're ready for delivery. She demonstrates with her husband some gentle stretches and breathing exercises you can do to speed up the process and lessen the pain
In this video Kelsy walks you through the toughest part of labor; transitions. This is when you go from 7cm dilated to 10cm, it's also when the baby descends down the cervix and you're ready to start pushing.