Virtual : Prenatal Partners (May 7)

By popular request I will be leading another Prenatal Partners workshop online via ZOOM on Thursday, May 7th from 10:30am – 12:30pm.

Yoga is an excellent way to prepare the mind, body and spirit for the many transitions of pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood. In this workshop, you will learn techniques for breath awareness, partner poses and massage, which can help strengthen and relax your body, and sooth your mind during the birth process.

Additionally, these approaches will give you the opportunity to connect more deeply to yourself, your partner and your baby. We will also explore visualization and relaxation techniques that can further assist you during childbirth.

Please eat a light meal one hour before class, and have a snack and water nearby in case it is needed.

IMPORTANT DETAILS : 

In order to register for this workshop please send your email (in the comment section), and full payment to Jane Austin on Venmo : @janeaustinyoga.

LINK TO COURSE : Shortly after you sign up, you will receive a registration link with a link to join the class on May 7th at 10:30am.

DEADLINE TO SIGN UP : The deadline to sign up for this special online workshop is Wednesday, May 6th at 9am PT. You will NOT RECEIVE a link to the workshop after this time!

COST: $65/couple

Jane Austin has worked with pregnant women and their families since 1990. She weaves her experience as a midwife, doula, childbirth educator, and mother into the training. She is a certified yoga teacher and currently teaches pre- and postnatal yoga in San Francisco. It is her vision to bring yoga to all pregnant women. By training teachers to work with these women, Jane hopes that more women will find the benefits of yoga for themselves, their babies, and their families.
 

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    Tracy Hepler

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    Looking forward to attending with my husband Trent!

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    Whitney Schubert

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    Just sent payment via Venmo for the May 2nd prenatal partners class. Looking forward to it!

    Thanks,
    Whitney
    (Anne Zimmerman’s friend in New York)

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