In this second trimester prenatal yoga workout, we combine yoga with bodyweight exercises for the perfect prenatal yoga exercise routine. The second trimester of pregnancy spreads from week 14 up to week 26. During those three months, both you and your baby are about to go through some intense changes! Your baby is going to
Clementine is a multi-style prenatal yoga teacher, world traveler and animal lover. She started yoga back in 2015 and fell in love with this beautiful ancient practice.
Two Yoga Teacher Trainings later, she is on a mission to share the benefits of yoga with everyone! Kids, pregnant ladies, babies, old bodies.
She strongly believes that the teachings of yoga and mediation can change lives and ultimately, the world! She loves teaching yoga classes that promote connection between people like acroyoga or rainbow yoga. Women’s health is also very important to her and she wants to promote women empowerment through natural self care and education.
“The power for creating a better future is contained in the present moment: You create a good future by creating a good present.”
Back pain is a common complaint for many pregnant women. During pregnancy, your body is subjected to some dramatic changes at all levels. Today will work on some pregnant stretches for back pain.Why Your Back Hurts When Pregnant?Back pain can have several different causes. A hormone called relaxin that is created during pregnancy to allow
Squats are a popular exercise used to strengthen the lower body during pregnacy. They can be done without equipment and mobilize major muscles of the legs like the quadriceps, the glutes and the adductors, as well as the core muscles for the spine stability. This makes them a very complete exercise. Whether you were already working
Yoga Birth ball is the little loving name we give to exercise balls when they are used during pregnancy and labour. You know, those big rubber balls filled with air that you can bounce on and use to do exercise in a fun way! When you are expecting, buying a yoga ball (or borrowing one) is
When we think about core muscles, the first image that comes to mind is the 6 pack. But the core group encompasses much more than this. We are talking about all the major muscles that assist with the posture, globally stabilizing the thorax and pelvis during dynamic movement. Creating inner pressure to expel substances. These
With all the changes your body is going through during pregnancy which you have no control over, working out is an amazing way to stay connected to your body. (and so the changes don’t spread too much!) Set aside 20 minutes for a good prenatal arm workout. Having Strong arms is good for you and
Your water just broke! Now you have to rush to the hospital because at any point your baby is just going to pop out! Well this might be how it goes in movies but in real life things are a little different (just a little). First of all, in most cases, labor doesn’t start with your
Tailbone pain during early pregnancy is one the most common aches you can experience. First, second or third trimester, tailbone pain can strike at any time. The tailbone, also known as coccyx, is located at the bottom of your spine. It is composed of three to five bones that are connected by joints and cartilage. It
The pelvic floor is a layer of muscles located at the base of the body, attached to the pubis and the coccyx. It creates a sort of hammock of muscles which is holding your womb, bladder, and intestines in the right place. It presents three openings in it: the urethra, through which you urinate; your
Let’s talk about digestive issues! A fun subject! You know when you haven’t had any bowel movement in two or three or more days and every time you go, it’s just… unsatisfactory? As if you were not feeling heavy enough with the weight of the baby, you now have to carry around with you a