Yoga and Fitness

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Prenatal Yoga

Feel Better.
Prenatal Yoga helps to align the body to carry your baby most comfortably, preventing or relieving many common discomforts of pregnancy including backache, water retention, fatigue, and sciatic pain. Yoga also helps to stabilize the emotions, relieve stress, and integrate changes in the body. You will leave class feeling better than when you came in!

Be Stronger.
Prenatal Yoga uses stretching and strength-building poses to tone muscles without straining them, improve flexibility, and promote healthy blood flow, keeping your body active and strong as it changes to carry your growing baby. Healthy muscles stretch more easily, and are less likely to ache, tear, or cause injury. This includes birthing muscles. Need we say more?

Prepare for Birth.
Yoga builds strength and confidence in the body and stimulates the relaxation response, releasing fear, tension, and stress that can be a barrier in childbirth. Through yoga practice we develop body and breath awareness, focus, and concentration, learning to relax quickly and completely and practicing softening around the sensations of opening up. These are the skills that will help you as you move through your labor.

 At Baby Moon, pregnancy is our specialty. Our classes are beneficial at all stages of pregnancy and any fitness level. Emphasis is on safety and no experience is necessary. You may start whenever you feel ready. Drop-ins are welcome and class packages are available. No advance registration is needed. A yoga/pilates mat is recommended for class, but we also have loaner mats available!

Drinking water before, during, and after exercise is important during pregnancy, please bring a water bottle! As with any exercise program, please consult with your doctor or midwife before beginning.


BYOB: Bring Your Own Baby Yoga


Everything changes after the birth of your baby. The sleepless nights, the colic, the bodily fluids (oh my, the bodily fluids!), and the love like you never knew you could feel. Every moment revolves around this tiny person, and the process of adapting and adjusting to your new routine is enormous.

With all the focus on your baby, it's easy to forget about your own well-being. Taking a shower alone is now the highlight of the week. But your body has undergone massive changes, and your hormones continue to fluctuate. It's important to take care of yourself during this time, so you will have an increased ability to nurture your baby.

In BYOB Yoga we will focus on gentle stretching and strengthening exercises to restore the muscles used during pregnancy and childbirth. We will also work with some baby yoga and infant massage techniques designed to improve digestion and circulation and stimulate neuromuscular development. In BYOB yoga, as in life, some days are better than others. But if nothing else, this class gives you an opportunity to get out of the house with your baby and hang out with other people who know just how you feel. Really.

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This revolutionary program was developed with new moms like you in mind. 

 Do you want to get back into an exercise routine right after birth, but worry about safety? Do you worry about Diastasis Recti, pelvic floor health, and urinary incontinence? Do you want to lose weight, but not have to worry about milk supply if you're breastfeeding? Can you not fathom making it out of your house multiple times a week to get to the gym? Do you feel like you never recovered from previous births? Are you ready to feel like you again?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, FIT Mom is absolutely perfect for you! Designed with a postpartum body in mind, FIT Mom is OB/GYN, (IBCLC) lactation specialist, and  Women's health physical therapist approved!

What do you get?

  •  Recovery Workouts for 6 weeks (Don't worry, these time-efficient and low-impact workouts are tailored to fit your busy schedule!)
  • A Comprehensive and Customized Program Guide specific to postpartum recovery (After all, it's been approved by specialists to ensure saftey and ease!
  • Macro adjustment/calorie intake that is personalized to your needs (It even comes with an approved food list!
  • Weekly Check-Ins via email support to help you thrive and succeed
  • Daily motivation, accountability and support that keeps you on track to accomplish your goals (Through a private Facebook group for new moms only.
  • Affordable pricing, that is among the lowest cost option you’ll find.
  • A certified personal trainer with 6 years of experience to encourage and hold you accountable along the way!
  • Special access to Baby Moon FIT Mom classes if desired.
  • Receive an added bonus when signing up during pregnancy or before you are released to exercise at 6-8 weeks postpartum! Baby Steps is a wonderful program that eases your body into optimal recovery after having your baby. 

        Requirements? A release from your doctor to do fitness after birth and a willingness and desire to become a FIT Mom!


Class Pricing & Packages


Yoga & BYOB Pricing and Packages

 

Drop in rate: $14 per class

Class Packages: 

5 Class Package: $55

8 Class Package: $80

12 Class Package: $108

Specialty Packages:

5 yoga classes plus ( 1) 60 minute massage: $135

8 yoga classes plus (2) 60 minute massages: $198

12 yoga classes plus (3) 60 minute massages: $312

*Packages  expire in 1 year and  are non-refundable and non transferrable

FIT Mom Pricing

$179

Specialty FIT Mom studio classes will be announced soon!


I began at 13 weeks, but in retrospect, wish I had started even earlier. The instructors are prenatal experts—always modifying and adjusting poses to assure safety. They also can recommend specific poses based on symptoms you are experiencing. It is amazing for relaxation, stretching, bonding with baby, and ultimately labor preparation. You can be a complete beginner. Can’t recommend enough!!
— Sarah

I can’t say enough wonderful things about prenatal yoga at Baby Moon! I didn’t know about it with my first two babies, but with my 3rd I went every week from 6 weeks until the day before baby came! I feel like it’s an essential way to connect with your body and your new baby while preparing your body for the work of labor.
— Kaitlyn