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Pre Natal Yoga

At Haṭha Vidyã we recognize the distinct requirements of pregnant women, and our Prenatal Yoga sessions are specifically tailored to support the well-being of both the mother and her developing fetus. Our programs provide a comprehensive approach to prenatal care, combining old wisdom with modern adaptations. We emphasize the advantages of traditional yoga practices.


* Physical Harmony: Asanas that improve flexibility, strength, and comfort, targeting common discomforts experienced during pregnancy

* Enhancing Emotional Resilience: Pranayama and meditation techniques aid in effectively managing stress, hence promoting a favorable mental state.

* Community Connection: Classes offer a nurturing environment for pregnant women to establish connections, exchange experiences, and establish a network.

* Labor Preparation: Yoga techniques emphasize breath control and relaxation, equipping moms for the physical challenges of birthing

At Haṭha Vidyã, we recognize the significant influence that a pleasant mother environment has on the developing fetus. Our workshops cultivate a tranquil environment within the womb by including soothing yoga techniques, which have a beneficial impact on the child's neurological growth.

Participate in this commemoration of motherhood, where the transmission of beneficial energy from mother to child is cultivated, promoting a feeling of safety and serenity.

Haṭha Vidyã - "Ensuring the Continuity of Yoga for Future Generations"

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Prenatal yoga enhances flexibility, facilitating the body's ability to adjust to the physical transformations that occur throughout pregnancy and childbirth.

Respiratory training

The breathing methods acquired in prenatal yoga are highly beneficial during labor, since they enhance concentration and aid in pain control.



It aids in diminishing stress levels and promotes relaxation by engaging in deliberate, conscious breathing exercises.

Enhanced blood flow resulting from mild motions aids in reducing edema and fluid accumulation commonly encountered during pregnancy.


The method fosters a more profound emotional bond between the expectant woman and her unborn child.

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Post Natal Yoga

For a new mother, the postpartum period and the following months are a time of great sensitivity and difficulty. The entire process of gestating a kid for a duration of 9 months, coupled with the act of giving birth, imposes significant strain not only on the physical aspect but also on the emotional and mental well-being. The irregular sleep habits and the added responsibility of being a round-the-clock caregiver to a newborn, while already having a compromised body, may be incredibly tiring and depleting.

During this period, it is crucial to have accurate and genuine guidance to effectively restore the body and calm the mind. This will enable individuals to handle the significant responsibility of raising a child while also taking care of themselves in the most optimal way.


Haṭha Vidyã provides tailored practices specifically catered to the requirements of a postpartum mother, whose body has recently experienced the challenges of pregnancy and childbirth. This regimen encompasses gentle stretching activities to alleviate muscle stiffness resulting from round-the-clock care of a newborn, as well as invigorating measures to combat persistent exhaustion. Additionally, it contains light strengthening exercises that target the weaker core and pelvic muscles caused by pregnancy and childbirth. Additionally, fundamental breathing, relaxation, and meditation techniques are incorporated to induce a state of calmness in both the mind and body, fostering a harmonious balance within the individual.

It is crucial that all of this is instructed with the supervision of seasoned educators, as is the practice at our institution. The implementation of proper practices is crucial for facilitating and expediting the healing process. However, any actions performed hastily or incorrectly can have a detrimental impact on the health of the new mother, thereby affecting the well-being of the child as well.

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