Yoga for pregnant women

Head of Female Counseling Department, obstetrician-gynecologist, Dr. Alla Mikilyuk says:
“Yoga during pregnancy has not received much scientific study, but it is generally considered to be safe and beneficial for most expectant mothers and their fetuses”
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Pregnancy is an exciting and special time, but it's also a bit mysterious. Yoga helps give the tools to slow down and enjoy the experience by accepting and respecting the incredible thing that body is doing. Bonding time with other expectant mothers is another real benefit of taking prenatal classes. Medical Center ADONIS FAMILY supports pregnant yoga exercises. Our specialists provide training under control and due to international recommended guidelines.

Yoga helps to breathe and relax, which in turn can help to adjust the physical demands of pregnancy, labor, birth, and motherhood. It calms both mind and body, providing the physical and emotional stress relief that body needs throughout pregnancy. Taking a prenatal yoga class in ADONIS is also a great way to meet other moms-to-be and embark on this journey together.

While most women have a partner in their pregnancy, that person is not going through the physical changes that women are. Joining a community of pregnant women is a beautiful and valuable thing to do. Yoga classes are a great way to prepare for the birthing process and to enjoy the company of other pregnant women, fostering a sense of community that should not be undervalued. Many new moms' support systems and toddlers' playgroups have emerged from the bonds forged in prenatal yoga.  at Medical Center ADONIS FAMILY

When woman get pregnant, it sometimes feels like the body has been taken over by aliens. Change that is out of women’s control can lead to feel disconnected from the sense of self. In yoga, we often say that women’s body is different every time pregnant gets on the mat, and we work on accepting that change is a constant. In pregnancy, this is doubly true. Yoga helps to reconnect with own body and embrace its journey.

If the pregnancy is considered high risk or there are other complications, definitely this issue will be discussed with our Heathcare team before starting yoga. As women are undoubtedly already aware, a pregnancy is divided into trimesters lasting three months each. The appropriate adaptations to their yoga practice will become more numerous as a baby grows.

Pregnant’ body produces a hormone called relaxin throughout the pregnancy that helps to soften things up to make room for the growing baby and prepare for his or her delivery. The presence of relaxin may make Patient feel more flexible that usual, but pregnant women should still be careful not to overstretch since it's also possible to destabilize joints and ligaments during this time. This one more reason yoga is provided under the supervision of our specialists.

 

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