Prenatal Yoga Classes Greensboro NC

Local resource for Prenatal Yoga Classes in Greensboro. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to Prenatal yoga classes, breathing techniques, birthing process and prenatal yoga poses, as well as advice and content on prenatal yoga classes, instructors and studios where it may be taught in your area.

mind|body|fitness yoga
(336) 392-9224
2949 Battleground Ave.
Greensboro, NC
Yoga Styles
Ashtanga/Vinyasa Flow/Yin/Restorative/Me

mind|body|fitness yoga
(336) 605-0302
PO Box 153
Colfax, NC
Yoga Styles
Vinyasa Flow

Hot Yoga Therapy LLc
(336) 996-9642
1031 E Mountain St Bld 308 Ste 109
Kernersville, NC
Yoga Styles
Hot Yoga, The traditional

Family Yoga
(336) 272-0005
1616 Battleground Ave Ste E
Greensboro, NC
(336) 767-8850
410 Four Seasons Town Ctr
Greensboro, NC
The YOGA Workshop
(336) 816-3632
po box 132
Oak Ridge, NC
Yoga Styles
hatha and raja yoga

Yoga Teacher
(336) 570-2090
1816 Woodland Ave
Burlington, NC
Yoga Styles

Triad Yoga Institute
(336) 275-6622
3506 Madison Ave
Greensboro, NC
Core Integrity Pilates Studio
(336) 790-8254
1905d Ashwood Ct
Greensboro, NC
Studio 318
(336) 547-9399
4604 W Market St Ste 124
Greensboro, NC

Yoga for Pregnancy

For both experienced and beginning yoga practitioners who find themselves expecting, the Movement Center in Portland, Oregon, has released two new prenatal yoga DVDs suitable for the many stages of pregnancy. Produced and instructed by Patty Slote, these beautifully filmed DVDs feature careful instruction and thoughtful modifications.

Prenatal Sun Salute: An Energizing Yoga Practice, is a modified version of this well-known sequence in three versions: basic instruction, which provides detailed instructions; flowing, which moves through the series with one breath per pose; and holding, which maintains each pose for deeper stretching great for beginners and last trimester practitioners.

Prenatal Yoga: A Complete Home Practice, offers three sequences ranging from a mostly side-lying practice to a more vigorous standing series, and three closing relaxations to encourage stillness. Pregnancy-specific modifications for ailments like leg cramps and swelling are provided, and thoughtful additions such as Kegel exercises and labor-prepping squats are also included. Recommended for all stages of pregnancy and levels of experience. For more information call (800) 876-7798 or visit

Tanya M. Williams

September/October 2005

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