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Prenatal Yoga with Casey is designed to challenge you and allows you to connect with your child through the state of Yoga (Union). Casey guides you through poses allow you to open your hips, heart and prepare your body for the birth of your greatest miracle yet.
This class will allow you to stay present in the moment, and enjoy the connection of mind, body and spirit. Namaste and Play!
**This class is also part of our Prenatal Yoga Package!
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Rating: 3.88based on 8 reviews
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I just started my 3rd trimester and appreciated the pace of this class. Earlier in my pregnancy, I would have found it too slow and not challenging enough, but I think it is great for later stages. Took off a half star for the same as other reviewer mentioned with the weird comments about the viewer is probably not as flexible as the teacher.
Awesome class! Casey never disappoints! I was using this class to prep for a prenatal yoga class I am subbing for and it just felt amazing!! loved pigeon to fire log transition!!
Very good class!
I am now in my sixth month pregnancy with twins and I can say that this class helps me a lot not only in relaxing but also in ease my sciatic pain.
Easy to do, really relaxing and helpful. Simply love it!
This is one I do regularly (I m 26 weeks). What I like about it - the instructor is clear - the are varying levels - there is focus on both building strength and flexibility. I would recommend trying this class.
A really nice gentle class with some strength work. Good for both beginners and people with some experience. Casey uses clear instructions, has a pleasant voice and poses aren t rushed and she uses some lovely reminders to connect with self and baby during this class.
Casey is overly jokey and does not offer explanations or modifications for many of her poses - though she frequently suggests that the viewer is likely not as flexible or experienced as she is. Whereas other prenatal offerings felt like organized practice, this one feels like a jumble of pose suggestions thrown together. I find Power Prenatal to be much better for a challenging practice, and Liza Janda s courses to be better for calming/stretching/relaxing practice.
Was a perfect class for a relaxing Sunday morning. Felt like I got some good stretching in while not overly taxing my pregnant body. Recommend highly.
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