prenatal yoga w/ samantha

sun. 9:00am

Sam's prenatal vinyasa yoga gives you all the tools to make your pregnancy journey the best it can be. Designed to both nurture and challenge you, this class actively prepares women for the marathon event of childbirth, while helping them discover the power and inner strength needed during this transformative period in their lives.  Traditional flow sequences are modified for the unique needs of pregnant women and specific breathing, as well as relaxation techniques, are incorporated to help restore + energize the body.  The pace of the class varies each week depending on the experience + energy levels of the expectant mamas in attendance. 


prenatal yoga w/ jessica

** private small group class available

Jessica’s prenatal class is designed to nurture you - the mama-to-be. The class offers a safe, explorative, community feel which often  (+ usually during squat holds) sparks moments of organic discussion + laughter that can ease the fear of the unknown. Strength building + centering sequences can help you to reduce stress + stay connected to your prenatal body that during this transformational time, you may feel estranged from. Multilevel offerings can be made, so whether you're a seasoned yogi or someone brand new to the practice you feel as if you're finding a rhythm that works for you. The class meets you where you are. Come + begin to build your kula (community) in this gentle, loving, supportive oasis.


pregnancy sculpt (prenatal fitness) w/ lauren

(tbd) join our mama sculpt/cardio bootcamp where pregnancy-appropriate modifications will be provided

** private small group class available

Come join mama of two + fitness instructor extraordinaire, Lauren, for a workout class geared towards pregnant mamas! Every exercise will be safe and catered towards an expecting mamas needs and concerns. With a deep knowledge of fitness and working out while pregnant, she promises you an effective workout that is safe all the way up until the birth of your beautiful babe!

special prenatal class series

dancing for birth w/ nicole

email with interest

Our Dancing For Birth series offers feel good prenatal fitness inspired by world dances such as Belly, West African, Latin, Caribbean + Hip Hop! It also incorporates yoga and dance stretches effective for this sacred time, as well as relaxation + breathing techniques. Be prepared to feel challenged yet relaxed + uplifted in this class that helps you stay fit and prepare for an empowering birth experience. Birth + parenthood can be like a marathon and this prenatal movement class will help you become stronger, more agile, and more at ease. 

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This class is designed to teach your body many of the best natural positions for birth and help you feel comfortable using them. Using birthing and parenting wisdom ~ which can include a review of ideal birthing positions and natural pain coping techniques, and tuning in to your body and baby ~ you will build your confidence in your own abilities and experiences. The prenatal class also covers childbirth education topics such as fetal positioning, stages of labor, pain management + more.

This class creates a space for collective support while having fun and celebrating the beauty of womanhood! No previous dance experience necessary. All levels welcome! 

Looking into the floor-to-ceiling mirrors, I saw me and a room full of other very pregnant women. It was a sight to see. Our hair in pony tails, our round hips squeezed into yoga pants. We rested our hands on our pregnant bellies, shifted our feet nervously, asking ourselves, “Was this a good idea? Do I really need to see this new, awkward body of mine trying to move in coordinated steps?”

The tiny, former professional dance instructor turned on the music and started to move. We followed. We salsa’ed, we hip hopped, we did routines across the floor. Immediately, our faces were red and sweaty, our bellies swinging left and right, up and down, around and around in “sexy” hip circles. Deep dips in second position. Clumsy footwork. We shimmied our newly-enlarged chests to the beat—five, six, seven, eight. We clasped hands and did swing moves, our bellies almost touching, our ponytails swishing.

Looking at ourselves and each other, we giggled. Like dance class when we were little girls, there was no competition between us, no expectation of greatness. Just pure joy in moving our bodies. Our new, awkward ones. Silly girls about to be silly moms. What a beautiful sight.
— Sarah L.