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Pre & Post Natal Yoga

चैत्रादिफाल्गुनान्ते च माघादिफाल्गुनान्तिके ।

द्वौडो मासावृतुभागावनुभावचतुश्चतुः ।।१०।।

Practice of yoga should begin during Vasanta or farad season, then yogi certainly becomes successful and attains free-dom from diseases.

At Hatha Vidya, we understand the unique needs of expectant mothers, and our Prenatal Yoga classes are designed to nurture both the mother and her unborn child. Rooted in ancient wisdom and adapted for modern times, our classes offer a holistic approach to prenatal care, focusing on the benefits of traditional yoga practices.

Key Benefits

* Physical Harmony: Asanas to enhance flexibility, strength, and comfort, addressing common pregnancy discomforts

* Emotional Resilience: Pranayama and meditation support stress management, fostering a positive mental outlook

* Community Connection: Classes provide a supportive space for expectant mothers to connect, share experiences, and build a network

* Labor Preparation: Yoga techniques focus on breath control and relaxation, preparing mothers for the physical demands of childbirth

At Hatha Vidya, we understand the profound impact a positive maternal environment has on the unborn child. Our classes create a serene intrauterine space through calming yoga practices, positively influencing neurological development of the child. 

Join us in this celebration of motherhood, where positive energy transfer from mother to child is nurtured, fostering a sense of security and calmness. 

Hatha Vidya - "Preserving Yoga for Generations"

Pre Natal Yoga

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Improved circulation due to gentle movements helps diminish swelling and fluid retention often experienced during pregnancy.


It helps reduce stress levels and encourages relaxation through controlled, mindful breathing exercises.

Respiratory training.

Breathing techniques learned in prenatal yoga are valuable during labor, promoting focus and pain management.


Prenatal yoga increases flexibility, aiding the body's adaptability during the changes of pregnancy and childbirth.


The practice nurtures a deeper emotional connection between the expecting mother and her unborn child.

Post Natal Yoga

For a new mother, the post partum period and the subsequent months are very delicate and challenging. The whole journey of bearing a child for 9 months along with the act of delivering the baby, puts a lot of stress not only physically but also emotionally and mentally. The erratic sleep patterns and the new role of a 24*7 care giver to a new born, with an already weakened body can get extremely exhausting and draining.

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It is at such a time that there is a need for proper and authentic guidance to not only be able to heal the body slowly yet steadily, but also to pacify the mind; so that the immense responsibility of raising a child while taking good care of one's ownself, can be dealt with in the best possible manner.


At Hatha Vidya we offer curated practices specifically designed for the needs of a new mother, who's body has just undergone the rigors of pregnancy and delivery. This includes gentle stretches to relax the stiff muscles from handling a newborn 24*7 and light energising techniques for removing the set in fatigue, along with light strengthening exercises specifically for the weakened core and pelvic muscles due to carrying the foetus and the delivery process. This in turn is coupled with basic breathing and relaxation and meditation techniques to calm the mind and body and bring a certain synergy in the being.

And it is important that all this is taught under the guidance of experienced teachers like it is done at our centre. This is because the correct practices will go a long way in aiding and speeding the healing process, but anything done in haste or wrongly can have an adverse effect on the health of the new mother and thereby affect the child too.

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