Phenix Yoga

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The postnatal period is one of great change and adjustment.  Yoga can be of great support in helping women transition as smoothly as possible through this special time.  The main physical focus of postnatal yoga is on dynamically but safely rebuilding core strength, providing comfort and stability for the lower back and pelvis, strengthening the abdominal area and opening for the chest and shoulders which often become tight through feeding and carrying.  Classes will have both an energising and relaxing effect on mothers and provide a warm and supportive atmosphere to bond with your baby and meet other mums. Although much of the emphasis is on the mother, mummy and baby classes also include gentle yoga stretches, music and rhymes for the babies which all help to aid sleep. Classes are suitable 6 weeks after birth once you have had your postnatal check with your GP until your baby is crawling.  Postnatal yoga also works well as a one on one session as Jennie is able to hold and entertain the baby if necessary, making a really deep, focused practice more possible.

Where/When?

Tuesday 11:30 to 12:30 Burnham [see map]

Thursday 11:15 to 12:15 Marlow St Peters Church Hall [see map]

What you need to know

Booking – Places are limited and can be booked through the website. You can book a trial class before you commit to a block.

What to bring – Yoga mats are provided. If you are attending the mummy and baby class please bring a blanket to place your baby on and anything else which helps you both to be happy during the class. e.g. changing mat, change of clothes, toys etc.

Pregnancy Yoga

Jennie also teaches pregnancy yoga in Marlow on Thursdays at 9.45am – 11am.

Pregnancy Yoga will help you to have a more comfortable, enjoyable pregnancy as it helps to alleviate common ailments such as back pain, heartburn and breathlessness, as well as helping to boost your energy levels and ease anxiety. Learn movements to help position your baby well for birth as well as invaluable breathing techniques, movements and tools to take with you into labour so you can feel empowered to birth your baby with calm confidence.

Contact/More information

Visit http://www.phenixyoga.com/ or call Jenny on 07954 578 439 for more information.

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🤰🤱🏽🧘🏿‍♀️Online Pregnancy Yoga, Hypno-yoga workshops and Mummy & Baby Yoga Classes

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♥️[PREGNANCY YOGA AND HYPNOBIRTHING HELP ENCOURAGE A POSITIVE BIRTH EXPERIENCE - HOWEVER YOUR BIRTH TURNS OUT]
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🌟I was so happy to receive this picture from Tash, taken shortly after she gave birth to her son Lando. I love how ecstatic she looks! I haven't met Tash in person as she joined my live streamed online pregnancy yoga classes after we locked down and also did my hypno-yoga workshop online. She was able to take all the techniques she learned to help her cope and stay calm and feel in control and positive while making the decision to deviate from her birth plan. When you have the right tools and techniques to help you cope and stay calm, birth can be such an empowering experience however it turns out and I think Tash's face says it all...
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👍"I just wanted to let you know our little baby arrived 9 days overdue bless him, obviously very comfy but it has been magical meeting him and also I had such a positive birth experience. It was very long as pre-labour was quite painful and two days (and nights!) and I ended up being induced and having an epidural but the whole way through I was breathing, listening to affirmations, being mobile, using your positions and bonding with Mitch, it really was a very special time. So thank you for equipping me with all the skills to take control and be calm and positive and for the yoga moves and breathing - I was complimented on my breathing loads come to think of it!!
I’m one proud mama!!!!"

🌟If you would like to learn these techniques which helped Tash it is not too late to join my current hypno-yoga course which is running this Wednesday and next at 7pm as I can give you a video recording of last week's session. DM me if interested

👉See website for full details and booking
www.phenixyoga.com/birth-preparation

🤰🏻🤱🏽Supporting women through pregnancy, birth and beyond since 2005. I would love to support you too!
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🌟[FREE TRIAL CLASS] Why not join me on Mondays at 7 pm or Thursdays at 9.45 am for a live-streamed pregnancy yoga class from my living room directly into yours! For the rest of June I am offering a free trial, just see the link in my profile for more details and booking. 😀
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💕Pregnancy Yoga has so many benefits to offer such as alleviating lower back pain, boosting energy levels, calming anxiety, helping to get your baby into a great position for birth as well as lots of breathing techniques, movements and positions which are going to be helpful to you during labour.
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💕Pregnancy Yoga will help you feel empowered to birth your baby with calm confidence. You can still get all of these benefits from a live online class.

"Your online class today was just what I needed. I was able to get away from all the worry and anxiety that is surrounding us at the moment and just focus on me and my baby. I now feel fantastic both physically and emotionally." Kate
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🤰🏻🤱🏽🧘🏼‍♀️I have been teaching pregnancy yoga and supporting women in my local area through pregnancy, birth and postnatally for 15 years and my classes are online I can reach a wider range of women and I would love to support you too!
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👉Booking is through my website. www.phenixyoga.com to claim your free trail class.
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🌟Classes will remain online even when we can go back to face to face classes
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Cute and so true 💗

💖Supporting women through pregnancy, birth and postnatally since 2005

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😃A big congratulations to Lucy who gave birth to baby Grace recently.

💖She did amazingly and her experience show that the breathing and hypnobirthing techniques and being able to access and relaxation are even more important when things don't go quite to plan....

👍'I started attending Jennie’s pregnancy yoga classes at about 16 weeks due to problems with my hips as a result of sleeping on my side (I’m the ultimate tummy sleeper, so this took some getting used to!). I found the classes a great help and I always slept so well that night. When COVID 19 struck and lockdown happened, classes moved onto Zoom and worked just as well as face to face sessions.

My labour progressed well and I used the breathing techniques and some of the positions in the birthing pool to help progress things. However, baby did not quite turn enough and I ended up needing an epidural and a forceps delivery. In theatre I was very teary, as it was quite a scary feeling being completely out of control of something I had planned so much for. However, even at this point I was still using Jennie’s breathing techniques to remain as calm as possible and truly believe they helped to avoid a c-section (which I came close to needing). I highly recommend Jennie’s yoga sessions. For a first time mum when things didn’t go to plan, I was able to remain calm and therefore clear headed when procedures and risks were being explained to me. I will defiantly be signing up to baby yoga classes with Jennie too!! Thanks Jennie, love Lucy and baby Grace x"

🤰🏽🤱🏽🧘🏻‍♀️Supporting women through pregnancy, birth and beyond since 2005

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Navigating life with a young baby is often challenging and mummy and baby yoga can be a real support to help women ride the ups and downs of those first few months. By connecting to the breath women can begin to ease anxiety, boost their energy levels and feel more grounded. It also offers safe and effective exercise to help you restrengthen and stabilise your body after giving birth and prepare you to safely return to my dynamic excercise and yoga.

Mummy and baby yoga class Live Streamed every Tuesday 10.30am

Come and give a class a try. See website for full details and bookings

www.phenixyoga.com/mummy-and-baby-yoga-classes
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Sometimes pregnancy can feel very challenging. Pregnancy Yoga can help you navigate the ups and downs by giving you more energy, releasing physical tension in the body as well as mental and emotional stress and tension.

🤰🏻🤱🏻Supporting women through pregnancy, birth and beyond since 2005. I would love to support you too!!!

⭐Pregnancy Yoga classes online Monday 7pm & Thursday
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⭐Next online hypno-yoga course starts Weds 17 June at 7pm £50
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⭐Mummy & Baby Yoga Tuesday 10.30am

👉Book through website
www.phenixyoga.com
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🤰🏽As the weather get warmer pregnancy women are more likely to get swollen feet and ankles.

👣Elevate your feet as much as you can, point, flex and rotate your feet to help alleviate and also reflexology or even self massage can be a big help.

💖Supporting women through pregnancy, birth and postnatally since 2005

www.phenixyogga.com

#phenixyoga #pregnancyoga #naturalbirth #birthwithoutfear #birthwithcalmconfidence #bumpbirthandbeyond#hypnobirthing #pregnancylife #pregnancyblog #pregnancyfitness #pregnancyglow #positivebirth #burnham #marlowmums postnatalyoga #yogamums #nctbucks #postnatalexercise #jenphenixyoga #community
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Can you relate to this! 😂

Online pregnancy yoga and mummy & baby yoga

Next online hypno-yoga birth preparation starting Weds 17 June at 7pm. See links in profile

www.phenixyoga.com
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💕POSITIVE BIRTH EXPERIENCE DURING COVID-19 AT JUNIPER BIRTH CENTRE, WEXHAM PARK HOSPITAL

🎊A big congratulations to Shivani who had her baby daughter Leyla recently. She had a really positive birth and also when I commented how nice her hospital looked she also gave me some great reassuring info on how it was with the current social distancing....

👍"The pregnancy yoga was amazing and the moves and breathing got me through! I started contracting at around 10pm and stayed home throughout just taking each contraction and using some moves from the classes! Got to the hospital and I was already 6cm! Within 48 mins baby was out without any pain relief in the pool just breathing through it!!

Just wanted to say thank you for teaching me the techniques to remain super strong through the birth!

The hospital experience at wexham park was amazing even in the pandemic! The Midwives really take care of your every need!

The first time we went to hospital was after my waters had broke but there was no contractions, at this moment dads can’t go in but the lovely midwives collect you from the door and stay with you through the assessment. The second time we went was during my actual labour. Again I was collected at the door and hubby was asked to wait until assessment. When I arrived I was 6cm dilated so they allowed me to call my husband up! Remember to keep your phone with you so you can make the call otherwise they have to go to the desk to call.

He came straight up and we were directed to our room in the birth suite. All midwives had protected PPE wearing a mask and gloves and always washing their hands! The environment felt clean and really sanitised.

Hubby stayed during my labour and was able to enjoy cord cutting and skin to skin. He was around whilst I went to have my stitches and was able to have some alone time with bubba. I requested for him to stay during the breastfeeding support so he could help with this which they allowed. I gave birth at 5:45am and he was allowed to stay until around midday. After that he was asked very politely if he could start to leave.

Once he had left the midwives were so amazing they were always checking if I was ok with baby and with food and other bits . They will generally help with anything so my advice would be just to ask them.

After giving birth I was tested for Coronavirus in the hospital via the swab method so that also make me feel secure!
Overall I had a really really positive experience and my advice would be to stay calm and just ask for help and advice where needed. If something is super important to you as a mum just ask the staff!'
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