April 20, 2017
Top 5 Yoga Tips for New Moms
April 20, 2017
Top 5 Yoga Tips for New Moms
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Coming back to your yoga practice after having a baby is quite the journey.

What isn’t, am I right?

After teaching Babes & Babies (my version of Mommy & Me/postnatal yoga) for almost a year now, I’ve seen just how different the journey is for every woman.

Some women have had surgery and really need to take it easy. Some just want to move and stretch, Some are really ready to build back strength. Usually it’s a combination of all 3!

No matter where you’re at in your postpartum period, these 5 yoga tips that I share in my Elephant Journal article are sure to help.

They can be applied to your practice, whether you are a seasoned yogi or a newbie.

So whenever you are ready to step onto the mat, these tips are here for you.

If the immediate postpartum fog has just begun to lift, and you need some tools for coming back to sanity, these tips will help.

Read my article, Top 5 Yoga Tips for New Moms, here.

What was the hardest part about coming back to your practice? What was the best part? Leave it in the comments below.

Because what other moms are going through is super comforting and also inspiring.

You are not alone, mama. And your practice is always here for you.

Peace, baby toes , & chest openers – Jess

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