Please join me for prenatal yoga!
My classes will combine the practice of kundalini yoga asana and meditation with doula tricks of the trade and birth empowerment. Enjoy connecting with other mom’s to be while we explore and discover our strength as women and the goddess within each of us! I will be teaching at the following locations, stay tuned for additional classes coming soon. I look forward to seeing you there!
The Yoga Garden on Wednesday’s at 5:30-6:45 pm. The Yoga Garden– 903 South St. Philadelphia
Amrita Yoga & Wellness on Sunday’s at 9-10:15am. Amrita– 1204 Frankford Ave. Philadelphia
Become Yoga on Sunday’s at 11-12:15pm. Become Yoga– 31 North Lansdowne ave. Lansdowne, PA. Above the Lansdowne Theatre.
Brought to the West by Yogi Bhajan, Kundalini yoga uses breath and movement to open the mind and body. Kundalini meditations are particularly useful in preparing for labor because of their ability to physically challenge the body and break through the mind’s doubts and fears. Giving birth is a moment that will re-define a woman’s trust in her abilities as a mother, partner, lover, and human being. I believe that trust in one’s self comes from unlocking the power to overcome challenges. Prenatal yoga will help to build trust in your ability to embrace your labor with grace and confidence.
There are few things I encourage moms to go out and buy during their pregnancy: an affordable birth class at a center you trust, yoga classes, maybe some herbal suggestions AND Gurmukh’s book: BOUNTIFUL, BEAUTIFUL, BLISSFUL.
Gurmukh is the founder of Golden Bridge Yoga, a student of Yogi Bhajan, and an inspirational teacher who aids all people in connecting to their truest self and finding their limitless power. Her name, Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa, was given to her by Yogi Bhajan and means “one who helps thousands of people across the world ocean”.