Prenatal Yoga Center

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We are moving and want to recommend our awesome nanny! She is so kind and happy and our infant son LOVES her! She sings, reads, plays, and takes him to the park and other activities daily. She also cooks and cleans his toys/play areas and does his laundry. She started when he was about 4 months old and has been great at introducing him to solids, potty training, and working on all his physical and mental developmental milestones! She takes care of him like he was her own and we are soooo sad to lose her but I want to help her find a new family. Please send me a message if you are looking for someone full time so I can recommend her. I found her through Carecom where she also had a full background check. (Her name is Cindy Ramirez and her number is 917-528-3102 so you can reach out to her directly also.) 🥰
We are moving and want to recommend our awesome nanny! She is so kind and happy and our infant son LOVES her! She sings, reads, plays, and takes him to the park and other activities daily. She also cooks and cleans his toys/play areas and does his laundry. She started when he was about 4 months old and has been great at introducing him to solids, potty training, and working on all his physical and mental developmental milestones! She takes care of him like he was her own and we are soooo sad to lose her but I want to help her find a new family. Please send me a message if you are looking for someone full time so I can recommend her. I found her through Carecom where she also had a full background check. (Her name is Cindy Ramirez and her number is 917-528-3102 so you can reach out to her directly also.) 🥰
We are moving and want to recommend our awesome nanny! She is so kind and happy and our infant son LOVES her! She sings, reads, plays, and takes him to the park and other activities daily. She also cooks and cleans his toys/play areas and does his laundry. She started when he was about 4 months old and has been great at introducing him to solids, potty training, and working on all his physical and mental developmental milestones! She takes care of him like he was her own and we are soooo sad to lose her but I want to help her find a new family. Please send me a message if you are looking for someone full time so I can recommend her. I found her through Carecom where she also had a full background check. (Her name is Cindy Ramirez and her number is 917-528-3102 so you can reach out to her directly also.) 🥰
We are moving and want to recommend our awesome nanny! She is so kind and happy and our infant son LOVES her! She sings, reads, plays, and takes him to the park and other activities daily. She also cooks and cleans his toys/play areas and does his laundry. She started when he was about 4 months old and has been great at introducing him to solids, potty training, and working on all his physical and mental developmental milestones! She takes care of him like he was her own and we are soooo sad to lose her but I want to help her find a new family. Please send me a message if you are looking for someone full time so I can recommend her. I found her through Carecom where she also had a full background check. (Her name is Cindy Ramirez and her number is 917-528-3102 so you can reach out to her directly also.) 🥰
We are moving and want to recommend our awesome nanny! She is so kind and happy and our infant son LOVES her! She sings, reads, plays, and takes him to the park and other activities daily. She also cooks and cleans his toys/play areas and does his laundry. She started when he was about 4 months old and has been great at introducing him to solids, potty training, and working on all his physical and mental developmental milestones! She takes care of him like he was her own and we are soooo sad to lose her but I want to help her find a new family. Please send me a message if you are looking for someone full time so I can recommend her. I found her through Carecom where she also had a full background check. (Her name is Cindy Ramirez and her number is 917-528-3102 so you can reach out to her directly also.) 🥰
Kristin had the pleasure of chatting with Deb Flashenberg from the Prenatal Yoga Center about addressing fears related to birth as part of the birth prep process. Take a listen here-
This podcast is amazing! Debra Flashenberg featured Kristin Revere on her podcast Yoga | Birth | Babies. Deb is the founder and director of the Prenatal Yoga Center in NYC, doula and childbirth educator; they chatted about overnight postpartum doula support and I’m thrilled to share it with you!
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"ŻEBY URODZIĆ NIE POTRZEBUJESZ ELASTYCZNEGO CIAŁA, TYLKO ELASTYCZNEGO UMYSŁU."

"Niedawno po zajęciach jedna z uczestniczek podeszła do mnie żeby zadać mi pytanie. Zaczekała aż wszyscy inni wyjdą i cicho wyraziła swoje obawy dotyczące elastyczności jej ciała i możliwości urodzenia dziecka.

Obserwowałam ją na zajęciach od około dwóch miesięcy i rozumiałam jej lęk związany z ograniczoną mobilnością ud i bioder.

Chciałabym w tym miejscu zacząć z tym, co dokładnie powiedziałam mojej kursantce. Fizyczna elastyczność nie jest potrzebna do tego aby urodzić waginalnie dziecko. Istnieją świetne pozycje porodowe, które wcale nie wymagają dużej elastyczności ciała. Należą do nich na przykład: leżenie na boku, klęk podparty ze złączonymi kolanami i rozstawionymi stopami, rodzenie na stołku porodowym, klęk podparty czy pozycja stojąca.

Po przejrzeniu pozycji porodowych przestawiłam się na dyskusję o tym, co tak na prawdę potrzebuje Twojej elastyczności, czyli o Twoim sposobie myślenia. Brak sztywności, nie zakładanie z góry jedynej wizji porodu oraz otwartość na to, co przychodzi, to jest właśnie ta sprawność, której potrzebujesz.

Mentalna gimnastyka bycia giętką jak trzcina i umiejętność adaptacji do różnych okoliczności, jest nie tylko niezbędna w porodzie ale też dla spokojnego rodzicielstwa."

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Happy Wednesday! So after expressing my anger, frustration and sadness over Robb Elementary (and I know I am not alone here,) I have decided to host a Yoga for Resilience class. It will be on Saturday, June 25th @ 12PM EST/9AM [email protected] Prenatal Yoga Center + live streamed for those who can not make it in person. All proceeds will be going to Everytown for Gun Safety . The class is for all levels and will be exploring breathing techniques, creative, breathe-synchronized asanas, visualization techniques and a relaxing savasana to close it out before you hop into your Saturday. So not only would you be resetting your nervous system and uplifting your energy but you would be contributing to an organization that is working every day and making moves towards a safer country.

To sign up click the link below
https://www.happyyoga.com/schedule
Hi All,
Is there anyone who lives close to Morristown, NJ? We need a Prenatal Yoga teacher to sub for me this Sunday, June 5th at 10 - 11:15am. The studio is Be Well Yoga. Both Marisa and Jane are unavailable to sub.
Thank you in advance for your consideration!
Tisha
Today I’m joined by Deb Flashenberg, Founder and Director of the Prenatal Yoga Teacher in NYC. As you could imagine from someone with 20 years experience in the business, Deb has a lot of wisdom to share and our conversation ranges wonderfully from why every serious Yoga teacher should own a pelvis (in addition to the one that comes with most bodies), why we need to stick to high quality training, how things have changed in New York City (and beyond) over the years and more. Enjoy!

Find Deb, her team and their trainings here: www.prenatalyogacenter.com or on Insta at Prenatal Yoga Center
Namaste:

I am enrolled in the Spring '22 teacher trng and reaching out to anyone that would know of who I could contact in the Lake County, IL area to Audit a local childbirth education class in my community. Any suggestions?

Could you also share what the audit responsibilities holds? what do I do? is it strictly observing and note taking?

Any information sharing/thoughts/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Peace, love & dogs to you all!
Calling all mamas to be!

I'm thrilled to finally be a certified prenatal/postnatal yoga teacher! I graduated under Prenatal Yoga Center's 85-hour pre/postnatal program under Deb Flashenberg, CD(DONA), LCCE, E-RYT 500, RPYT, YACEP. Exciting opportunities below...please pass along if you know anyone expecting.

I'm teaching a virtual class this Friday on New Year's Eve - New Beginnings! All pregnant mamas are welcome, 1st-3rd trimesters. This class will be held via zoom from 9:00-10:15 AM. $20 per person - I accept Venmo, Zelle and PayPal. Please RSVP to [email protected].

I have a 3-week prenatal yoga series planned at Honor Yoga North Brunswick in January. We have a virtual option for those of you too far to come in person, or for those who prefer to stay home. This class will be held on Sunday, January 9th, 16th and 23rd. Please register in advance here: https://northbrunswick.honoryoga.com/workshops.

All details and classes are posted on my website: www.emilypareti.com. DM me if you have any questions!
I taught my very first prenatal yoga class this morning to complete my training with Prenatal Yoga Center and to receive my certificate! There were about 20 mamas-to-be in attendance, both virtual and in person…which means 40 beings (including babies) practicing prenatal yoga all in harmony. I got chills at the end of class just from the thought of being able to serve this community and to help mamas work through pregnancy aches and to balance and prepare their bodies for labor/birth. So magical!

We worked through a few challenging poses and “mock contractions” to breathe through the difficult moments. We utilized our resources and tools find ease in discomfort…just like during labor.

The class turned out beautiful and I’m so excited to offer more classes to soon-to-be mamas!

I am so grateful for everyone who attended (sorry I did not get a photo of all of us). If you attended today’s class, please comment below your favorite part of so others can sign up for future sessions!

#26weekspregnant #prenatalyoga #prenatalyogaclass #pregnancy #yogaforpregnancy #yogaforlabor

PYC is the first yoga center in NYC to focus on the needs and interested of new and expecting parents. We offer pre/postnatal yoga, Baby + me and other classes and workshops to help prepare the path into parenthood.

Pregnancy is a unique and wondrous time in life. As a yoga center we help parents and children openly explore the mind, body, and spirit. Using a three-pronged approach to our teaching, our classes address the aches and pains of pregnancy so students feel better each day, we foster a supportive community of friendship, and we integrate childbirth education into our classes to help the mother be mo

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Photos from Prenatal Yoga Center's post 09/21/2022

Where will you be giving birth? Did you know there are options? Today we’re going to be talking about where to give birth, because if you don’t know your options, you don’t have them. From hospital births, to birth centers, and home births these different locations all have pros and cons and honestly, not everyone is a good candidate for all of these places. What’s important is that you find the place you’re drawn to and a place that will support you and your vision of where to give birth.
To have this conversation on today’s episode of Yoga| Birth| Babies, I have my friend, labor support doula, and childbirth educator Catherine Stewart Lindley. She has attended thousands of births in the last 20 years and is very passionate about supporting unique and personalized care for each family. I love speaking with Catherine, she has her facts, years of experience in a truly wide variety of births and birth locations, and she’s really wonderful. I think our conversation will be helpful for people who aren’t quite sure of all of their options, so they can decide what’s best for them. It’s never about where your doctor or doula or midwife thinks you should birth, it’s really what’s best for you, the safest for you, and that is different for everybody. I hope you enjoy this conversation with Catherine.

Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, our website or wherever you stream podcasts.

09/21/2022

This training is NOT for you.

If you are looking to only learn safe prenatal yoga modifications then the PYC teacher training program is not for you.

If you are interested in strictly following a traditional yoga class and simply folding in prenatal yoga modifications then this training is not for you.

If you don’t care about understanding the current paradigm of birth in our country and how that will directly affect your pregnant students then this training is not for you.

If you are unwilling to closely examine your teaching skills and receive constructive feedback, then this training is not for you.

The Prenatal Yoga Center 85 hour Teacher Training is for you if you’re EXCITED to dive deeply into the world of pregnancy and postpartum and examine how this transformational time fully affects the pregnant person.

We explore the anatomical and physiological changes of the pregnant body so we can create a safe and effective yoga practice, attend to common aches and pains, build coping skills for labor and create balance in the pelvis which may lead to a more functional birth.

We learn to develop and encourage community so the new and expectant parent can find support and reassurance during this massive life transition.

We scrutinize the current birth culture the pregnant community faces and learn to interweave relevant childbirth education into our classes so that the new parent can make informed and empowered choices.

If you want to make an impact in the lives of your pregnant and postpartum students, this training is for you.

Get inspired to inspire change.

✨ONLINE Nov 3-6 & Dec 1-4
✨ONLINE Jan 12-15 & 9-12

For more details, check out the link in bio.

@toko_promilcepat

Photos from Prenatal Yoga Center's post 09/19/2022

✨This weekend was thrilling! Not in the rollercoaster, stomach-dropping kind of way, but in the way of feeling deeply satisfied from a fulfilling experience.

After 2.5 years of running our prenatal yoga teacher training online, we finally gathered back in person! My favorite part of the weekend was creating what I call my “modern dance of the pelvis”.

This is where we use our bodies and yoga props to explore different pelvic ligaments, muscles, and the bony pelvis. In this four-dimensional experience, we can see how tension and torsion can inhibit the baby’s path out of the uterus and through the pelvis.

A large part of the PYC methodology is using the yoga practice to create balance in the body prenatally so you may need less intervention during birth.

If you feel called to make a difference in your perinatal community and you’re hungry to learn, check out the PYC 85 hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training.

✨ONLINE Nov 3-6 & Dec 1-4
✨ONLINE Jan 12-15 & 9-12
✨IN PERSON March 16-19 & April 13-16

Don’t worry, online teacher training folks! I've found a way to translate the learning of our “modern dance” to a fun craft project with balloons, yarn, duct tape, and construction paper!

Photos from Prenatal Yoga Center's post 09/19/2022

Ouch! Tailbone pain!

This issue is more common than you think, and it can happen both during pregnancy and postpartum. Here are a few simple tips to help alleviate the discomfort:

✨Avoid laying directly on your tailbone. In prenatal yoga class, we often start in a reclined pose like Supta Baddhakonasana. However, this puts direct pressure on your tailbone, so we offer an alternative of a side lying pose with the top leg elevated.

✨Try to include some internally rotated poses. One reason you may be experiencing tailbone pain is from tightness in your pelvic floor. When you internally rotate your thigh bones, you widen your sit bones which gives your deep pelvic floor muscles some length!

✨When seated, try making a blanket 3/4 donut. This will give your sit bones and pelvic floor some support but leave space for your tailbone to not make contact with the hard surface of a chair.

✨Get some body work! Both a pelvic floor physical therapist and a chiropractor can be beneficial for tailbone pain and realignment.

✨Save this post and tag a friend who you think would LOVE to learn about this!!

09/18/2022

Papa Edition 👨‍👧

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09/17/2022

The bathroom aka the private sanctuary 👑

Gentle reminder that self care is not selfish! Take it from our founder @debflashenberg “I want my children to see that while they are incredibly important to me, I need to take care of my own needs. When I put myself last, I feel depleted, unfocused and resentful.”

So grab that face mask, book, or whatever makes you feel like you and enjoy it. How do you make time for yourself?👇

📸 @mumma_and_ohana

Photos from Prenatal Yoga Center's post 09/14/2022

If you could choose between a functional efficient labor or a dysfunctional and inefficient labor I’m guessing you would choose functional and efficient labor. I have been to many births as a doula and I’ve had 2 kids of my own. While the body may need time to open to let the baby descend and rotate, it can be a lot on the parents and support team to go through the experience of a long labor.
Today on Yoga| Birth| Babies I have midwife Gail Tully of @spinningbabies back on the podcast. This is her 3rd episode with us and I have to say I absolutely adore speaking with Gail. Today, we talk about how to use Spinning Babies for a smoother, more balanced, more efficient birth. Gail offers us techniques and methodologies to help babies navigate more seamlessly through the pelvis. She talks a lot about the different parts of the pelvis and different techniques to utilize to help the baby through, depending on where the baby is in the pelvis.
You’re going to get so much out of this conversation, Gail’s a delight to chat with. We’re very aligned in our birth philosophies and I have been using the Spinning Babies methodology for years. I’m currently working on the Spinning Babies Parent Educator Training (which was a fantastic 3 days in person followed by online training that I’m working my way through). You’re going to want to take notes on the techniques Gail shares at the end – and if you’re getting ready for birth, this is a great episode to share with your birth partner!

Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, our website, or wherever you stream podcasts!

09/14/2022

In order for a teacher to truly understand a prenatal asana practice with working knowledge of which poses should be encouraged and which should be discouraged, you must have a comprehensive understanding of the anatomical and physiological changes of the pregnant body.

Our training program moves beyond a memorized list of poses and unpacks the “why” pregnant and postpartum bodies benefit from some poses more than others.

The use of asana in class is multifunctional in preparing the student’s mind and body for birth. On a physical level, we use asana to alleviate common pregnancy aches and pains as well as we look at how each pose can create balance in the pelvis, pelvic floor and pelvic ligaments. When the body is well aligned, the baby may be better positioned leading to a more functional, speedy birth.

From a mental and emotional standpoint, asana practice is an amazing tool to lean into safe discomfort and find coping skills. Labor, birth and parenthood has emotional and physical challenges. We build essential lifelong coping skills to deal with these struggles. We learn to be comfortable within discomfort.
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Welcome To PYC’s ONLINE Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training

This is an in-depth, 2 WEEKEND INTENSIVE, 85 hour, Yoga Alliance Certified training for yoga teachers who want to enhance their teaching skills, confidently and responsibly serve their prenatal and postnatal community and improve their marketability as a yoga teacher .

Get inspired to inspire change.

✨ONLINE Nov 3-6 & Dec 1-4
✨ONLINE Jan 12-15 & 9-12

For more details, check out the link in bio.

📸 by me!

Photos from Prenatal Yoga Center's post 09/12/2022

Ouch!

You may notice a sharp pain when you roll over in bed, go from seated to standing, or simply move too quickly. The culprit of this discomfort could be round ligament pain. The round ligaments are smooth, cord-like structures that attach from the top of the uterus to the labia and pubis mons.

This may sound like an odd analogy, but I often think of the round ligaments like tethers to a hot air balloon (the balloon being the uterus and the pelvis being the basket). Not that the uterus is going to fly away without the round ligaments, but the ligaments are helping to stabilize the uterus. When there is a quick or jerky movement or the ligaments are being called into sudden action to stabilize (like when you roll over in bed), there can be a sudden cramping feeling.
For most people, this discomfort is fleeting. Here are a few things you can do to help with round ligament pain:

➡️Slow down your transitions

➡️Take a child’s pose

➡️Rest with the hips up and the spine extended long

➡️If you are out and about and get this discomfort: stop, bend your knees, bring your hands to your thighs and take a few deep breaths.

✨Let me know if you have found another method to help round ligament pain!

P.S. This is not intended to be medical advice. Please always check in with your care provider if you are concerned about this or any other discomfort.

09/11/2022

Some Sunday morning cuteness for your feed 🥰

Photo by @lalalilylim found on @everedenbrand

09/10/2022

Hormonal changes during pregnancy, particularly the increase in estrogen can leave you feeling increasingly sensitive to smells, tastes, sounds and touch.

Your five senses can all experience shifts during pregnancy- here are some examples, let me know if you’ve experienced any of these:

👅taste: some people experience a metallic taste in their mouth also known as dysgeusia. It’s most common in the first trimester.

✋✋ touch: for many the body becomes more sensitive to touch also known as touched out.

👀 sight: some become more nearsighted and experience fuzzy vision due to fluid retention and blood circulation changes. These changes are temporary.

👃 smell: for some the first sign of pregnancy is an increased sense of smell. The increased estrogen is why your favorite shampoos or perfumes might be overwhelming at the moment.

👂🏻 hearing: while some experience increased sensitivity to sound others experience tinnitus aka ringing in the ears- this can happen in pregnancy as the sound in your ears falls in sync with your heartbeat.

So have you experienced any of these? Tell me about it in the comments below!

Photo by @saracelinaa

Photos from Prenatal Yoga Center's post 09/07/2022

For many sex is a very different experience while pregnant and newly postpartum. From wondering if you might hurt your baby to the physical discomfort one may experience, a lot of questions come to mind. Today we’re going to talk about sex during pregnancy and after baby. I gathered some of the students together from the prenatal and postnatal classes and asked what their questions were. Questions I heard included: concerns about sex during pregnancy and will it hurt the baby? If the vagina changes forever after birth? How postpartum hormones change sex? And what can you do if sex hurts?
So, to have this conversation I invited @dr.sabrinabaxter , a doctor of physical therapy specializing in Pelvic Floor dysfunction onto this week’s episode of Yoga | Birth | Babies. I love that she talks about individualized treatment because while we’re answering these questions in somewhat broad strokes it is such an individualized experience what is going on with your body. I hope this just gives you some insight into your body and some curiosity about your body because you deserve to live a really wonderful quality of life and part of that is to have a healthy pelvic floor.

Listen to the podcast on Apple podcasts, Spotify, our website, or wherever you stream podcasts!

Our Story

Pregnancy is a unique and wondrous time in life. As a yoga center we help parents and children openly explore the mind, body, and spirit. Using a three-pronged approach to our teaching, our classes address the aches and pains of pregnancy so students feel better each day, we foster a supportive community of friendship, and we integrate childbirth education into our classes to help the mother be more prepared and empowered for labor, delivery and motherhood.


We value:
Physical comfort: Highly trained and educated instructors cater to the anatomical, hormonal, and muscular changes which occur normally in the pregnant body by creating sequences which lessen discomfort so students feel better after each class.
Community: We start each class with “circle time”, a time where the women introduce themselves, say how far along they are, and discuss any aches and pains they would like to address in class. Pregnancy and postpartum periods carry such enormous physical and emotional changes;and this bonding time creates a springboard for long lasting friendships among students.


Childbirth Education: We interweave childbirth education themes and current birthing trends into our classes. Our intention is that the new mothers will feel more confident and prepared to make conscious, educated decisions during pregnancy, labor, delivery and motherhood.


As a resource center, we provide information and education for new parents as their family expands, offering various workshops and lectures that addresses common issues related to pregnancy, early childhood parenting, family dynamics and alternative healing. We look to create a quiet sacred space and community where you and your family can step out of the busy New York lifestyle to find warmth and comfort.

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