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Stephanie

In answer to Elena, at any age yoga can be a challenge but it should not be a deterrant to not try it. I teach all ages and at age 12 it can be a challenge. The most important thing is to find a class that suits your level of ability. If you are pregnant a prenatal class is wonderful or a restorative is great as well. Start of gentle and then work your way up. Handstands are fabulous!!!

TTC

Would love to have a Fertility Yoga Class in RI!!!

Patti Safian

I teach Yoga for Fertility in Northern New Jersey. Please contact me if you're interested in taking my class.
www.pattiacupuncture.com

Elena

I would like to know if a certain age like 43 can be more difficult to try yoga and want certain ones is good? Also, are handstands good?

Tasha Lackman

I teach Yoga for Fertility in Montreal. Please get in touch with me in you want more information -- you can check out my website at www.childsposefertility.com

rn

Hello Karena,

could you please let me know the asanas which assist in feritility and safe to practice till you concieve?

many thanks,
rn

Sophie

Hi, I just started a fertility yoga sequence and the day after I did this, my period started and is in full swing. It was two weeks early? Could the yoga have started it early?

Ann

Hello:

I've started yoga practise 2 months plus ago to aid in my fertility. May I know if there are any yoga poses that are not recommended after ovulation? This is the period where pregnancy may take place so I'm eager to know if any poses are harmful then.

Ann

Karena Virginia

Blessings. I teach a yoga for fertility workshop at Golden Bridge Yoga In NYC, and at physician's offices in New Jersey. We do practice restorative yoga at the end of the workshop, yet there are quite a few other Kriyas and Asanas which assist in fertility. I have seen them work wonders. Connecting with your breath and opening your subtle body is extremely beneficial as well.

Lotus

Hello,

Im currently taking yoga for fertility classes to aid in getting pregnant> I heard gentle and restorative yoga is the only way to go and you should relax the core instead of engaging it to assist in this. I have backed off from power yoga etc..Also, is hot yoga not reccomended if you are ytring to get pregnant? I miss my regular yoga clases but dont want to take any risks!!

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