Reconnect with those achey parts of your body following your pregnancy and give them extra love and attention. Recommended props: 1 block

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M F.

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Has anyone checked on James? It sounds like he has sleep apnea

Stuart B.

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Perfect Class, Fingers Crossed for More Postnatal Classes!

Peter R.

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Very nice sequence but, for those recovering from c-secton, should offer a note and modification for shalabasana.

Danielle P.

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A wonderful postnatal sequence, I love the pace and always feel energized afterwards.

Sinead O.

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Research now proves that the Mula Bandha lock is actually contrary to a flexible pelvic floor; contraction and hold of the muscles that the mula bandha lock involves can instead cause the pelvic floor to become over-tight, lacking flexibility and cause issues in labour and postnatally, contributing to pelvic floor dysfunction.

Nora H.

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Enjoyed the sequence, legs up the wall at the was perfect!

Rebecca H.

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This is the best postnatal sequence! I am still using it almost 1 year postpartum to stretch my sorest places. Such a gift!!!

Elliot D.

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This was exactly what I needed tonight! Thank you!

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