Prenatal Yoga Poses — Child’s Pose | Parents

Prenatal Yoga Poses — Child’s Pose | Parents


So now we’re gonna work on another pose for
the first trimester to help you if you’re feeling
nauseous or if you have any fatigue. So from a cross-legged
seat, come on to your hands and your knees. So widen
your knee so that you have enough room for your
belly and bring your big toes to touch behind you.
Child’s pose or Balasana as it’s called. Walk your arms
forward and as you exhale, bring your hips back towards
your heels. Bring your forehead to the floor, and if
it doesn’t reach you can take a pillow or a
blanket to support your head. And with each exhale, let
your head get a little heavier, spend a few breaths
here, lengthening your inhales and your exhales. And also, this
is a quite time for you to begin to bond with your baby. One more breath. Walk your
hands in, and then come up to sit in a cross-legged
seat, and then bring your palms to your thighs.
Good job.