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Prenatal Yoga Series

with Alexis & Laura

We warmly welcome expecting mothers, and women on their pre-conception or fertility journey for a dedicated class to nurture both the physical and emotional aspects of pregnancy. Learn trimester-

specific yoga postures to:

  • Reduce stress and anxiety related to pregnancy

  • Prepare for labor & birth

  • Alleviate common symptoms during pregnancy

  • Cultivate equanimity for motherhood

prenatal yoga



Prenatal Yoga

  • Stress Reduction: Practicing prenatal yoga helps reduce stress and anxiety through relaxation techniques and mindful breathing exercises.

  • Pain Management: Alleviate common pregnancy discomforts such as lower back pain, sciatica, and pelvic discomfort.

  • Improved Circulation: Prenatal yoga enhances blood circulation, reducing swelling and promoting healthier blood flow for both the mother and the baby.

  • Bonding: Participating in prenatal yoga classes can foster a sense of connection and bonding with other expectant mothers, creating a supportive community.

  • Labor Preparation: Prenatal yoga equips mothers with breathing techniques and gentle exercises that can be beneficial during labor and childbirth.

  • Energy Boost: Gentle stretches and movement sequences in prenatal yoga can help combat fatigue and boost energy levels.

  • Postpartum Recovery: Building strength and flexibility through prenatal yoga can contribute to a smoother postpartum recovery period.

  • Baby's Well-being: Prenatal yoga's focus on relaxation and stress reduction can positively influence the baby's development and overall well-being.

  • Digestive Health: Prenatal yoga may help alleviate digestive issues often experienced during pregnancy, such as bloating and constipation.

  • Hormonal Balance: Yoga practices can help regulate hormonal fluctuations, promoting emotional stability and reducing mood swings.

  • Pelvic Floor Health: Specific exercises targeting the pelvic floor muscles can aid in preventing issues like urinary incontinence postpartum.

  • Emotional Balance: Yoga's focus on mindfulness and self-awareness supports emotional balance and a positive outlook during pregnancy.

  • Coping Skills: Prenatal yoga equips mothers with coping skills and relaxation techniques that can be beneficial not only during pregnancy but also throughout motherhood.


Remember that individual experiences may vary, and it's important to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new exercise regimen during pregnancy.

Explore the Benefits of Prenatal Yoga:

Meet Your Instructors

Alexis Andrade


As a therapy-based yoga teacher with a passion for accessible dynamic movements, mind-body connection, and breathing techniques. My extensive background in athletics and clinical programming has given me a deep appreciation for proper alignment and movement mechanics, which I prioritize in all of my yoga classes. I believe that yoga has the power to transform both the body and the mind, and I am committed to sharing this transformative practice with my students. 


I am committed to facilitating an inclusive space for all genders, ages and experience levels. While most of my friends know me for my athletic intensity, I love to teach gentle and restorative yoga classes that provide nourishment and balance. My spirited side also is dedicated to teaching our youngest yogi’s in family friendly classes like kids yoga, pre and post-natal classes. 


Laura Fasman

As I continuously study yoga, my philosophy is that it is a lifestyle which adheres to morals embodied in daily life. I began my yoga journey in childhood, later introducing the practices of meditation and asana to my high school peers, and subsequently deepening my practice by more regularly attending public classes.


Later, I completed my 200-hour teacher training with Yoga Garden SF. Embodying yogic morals in my life manifests in my activism and awareness of human and nonhuman suffering. Through my offerings, I hope to empower and help others to see their beauty, strength, and intelligence, while honoring and caring for themselves throughout their practice.

Motherhood in the Making,
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