Why didn’t I think of Post-Natal yoga?

Christina Souza Ma

Yoga House, Pasadena CaliforniaWhy did it take me so long to think about post-natal yoga? Since having my baby, all I’ve looked forward to was being able to take him to Mommy and Baby Yoga. Well, this week, mainly because I needed to use up my valuable series of classes, I decided to attend other classes without my little one.

At Pasadena Yoga House, they offer a Pre-Natal and Post-Natal class taught by, one of the owners of the studio. Ladies, what an incredible blessing! Farzaneh’s class was wonderful. She is a warm, inviting, and caring instructor who was attentive to each of us. She has a strong and grounded energy that comes through in everything she does. Two other women in the class were 26 weeks pregnant, whereas I, of course, was ten months’ post.

As I had been having so much trouble with my left shoulder after the first month of child care, my intention was to participate in a gentle class that would enable me to learn alternatives to poses. This class was exactly what I was looking for. Farzaneh was so specific with me on my movements that it opened everything up for me in the best way possible.

I highly recommend this wonderful class for Pre-Natal and Post-Natal pregnancy, whether or not you have experienced yoga before. Not only do you receive individual attention and support, but you are also given an undeniable feeling of strength and trust that will remain with you.

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Author: Christina Souza Ma

Christina has lived many lives – from professional Cosmetologist, L’Oreal’s Technical Commercial Director of South East Asia, Hair and Make-up designer behind the camera, to Actor and Body worker. Many years ago, Christina had a vision to create an entity that would

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