Prenatal yoga styles

Whether you’re just getting started or have lots of experience, Glo has classes at every level, in a diverse range of styles.

Whether you’re just getting started or have lots of experience, Glo has classes at every level, in a diverse range of styles.

Prenatal

Designed to support mothers-to-be on their individual pregnancy journeys, from conception all the way to birth.

Prenatal yoga is designed to support mothers-to-be on their individual pregnancy journeys, from conception all the way to birth. The wide range of classes will help you meet your changing physical and emotional needs, while addressing any unexpected challenges that might arise. From uplifting movement practices and back care, to meditations to connect with your baby, you'll find a full spectrum of support tools.

Yoga

Level 2 45 mins

Welcome to your Golden Trimester! You have most likely adjusted to your pregnancy and you are probably ready to work a little harder. If that is the case this class is for you. A slightly faster paced flow with modified vinyasas and strong standing poses. Props required: 2 blocks, 1 bolster, 1 blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 30 mins

This sequence is designed for pregnant women in their first trimester—a great option on days when fatigue is overwhelming, but you still want to move. Practice diaphragmatic breathing, supportive poses with longer holds, and exercises to help strengthen abdominals. Props required: 2 blocks, 1 blanket, 1 bolster.

Yoga

Level 1 45 mins

A class for mommas-to-be who are in their final trimester. This sequence offers a range of modifications from gentle to more challenging. Work on mind-body strengthening poses for stamina to prepare for the body and mind for welcoming your baby. Props required: 1 bolster, 1 blankets, 2 blocks, a wall, chair, or small towel.

Yoga

Level 1-2 30 mins

This gentle class offers an effective full-body workout for any trimester. Explore stretching and bodyweight strength work, including a side leg series for the hips, outer thigh strengthening, and a short burst of arm moves, with plenty of modifications throughout. Keep this practice in your fitness routine to stay strong throughout your pregnancy.

Yoga

Level 2 45 mins

This challenging workout is designed to be safe for pregnant bodies, but not easy on them. Begin with some light cardio, then grab your weights to strengthen your arms and back. Move on to standing exercises for the obliques and booty work with your resistance band, then reward your effort with sweet stretches to open your back and hips. Props Needed: A resistance band and light hand weights.

Yoga

Level 1 20 mins

This gentle prenatal sequence focuses on using the breath and meditative movements to reach a calm state of mind. Full of relaxing hip mobility work and shoulder openers, this is a wonderful class for those in their second or third trimester, as well as someone who is not pregnant but has limited mobility. Props Needed: A chair and a towel.

Yoga

Level 1 45 mins

Relax and let any tension unravel with this slow-moving Yin sequence designed for women who are pregnant. Ease into seated stretches, shoulder and wrist openers, and hip circles, then settle into a sweet, restful savasana. The wall and other props will create support and structure for your body and its unique needs. Props Needed: A block, a strap, a bolster, a blanket, and wall space.

Yoga

Level 2 30 mins

When you're pregnant, your body is changing every day. This practice will help you flow in your body with gratitude, accepting just where you're at in each moment. Move with appreciation and strength through warrior II, reverse warriors, and goddess pose, then thank your body with a loving, supported savasana. Props Needed: A blanket.

Yoga

Level 1-2 20 mins

This slow and relaxed foam roller sequence is wonderful for pregnancy or even postpartum and beyond. You’ll learn tips and techniques for rolling in a safe and supportive way, while getting a deep release throughout your hips and legs.

Yoga

Level 1-2 20 mins

Find spaciousness and relief throughout your lower body and back during your pregnancy. This slow, stretchy flow offers plenty of modifications, so stay true to whatever feels good for you. We'll begin in cat/cow, then move through a variety of hip circles, supported lunges, and hamstring stretches before ending with a nice supported savasana on your side. Props Needed: A blanket. Props Suggested: One or two blocks.

Yoga

Level 1-2 60 mins

During pregnancy, some of your bodily systems can feel sluggish and out of balance. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, your triple burner meridian can help you move energy and address the feeling of being stuck. Move sequentially through actions that help support intake, assimilation and elimination with this full-spectrum Yin-based practice. Stir up your energy with a series of poses like butterfly, sleeping swan and saddle, using props as delicious support. Props Needed: Two blocks, a blanket and a bolster.

Yoga

Level 1-2 5 mins

Pregnancy is a time to search for helpful tools to fill your birthing "toolbox." This class contains four tools for helping to cultivate focus, filter out distraction and own your birthing space. Tree pose is the only standing posture, as the rest of the practice is done comfortably seated. Sequencing includes a breath practice, centering mantra and mudras. Come back to this practice again and again to master these helpful techniques. Props Suggested: A blanket.

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