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Take cues from your practice to help children handle social exclusion with yoga’s inclusive, compassionate, and community-centered spirit.
You’ve seen prenatal, postnatal, and mommy-and-me yoga, but Stroga? New moms may never look at a stroller the same way again.
We can mitigate some of the shifts in the body that occur during pregnancy, simply by standing well. This practice will wake up the muscles that we need to maintain good structural integrity and a healthy pelvic floor even as big changes are occurring within.
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