Pregnancy yoga classes are very popular form of exercise for pregnant women. Yoga classes are a great way to gently exercise during pregnancy and after giving birth, even if you've not been to regular exercise classes before.

Pregnancy yoga classes can help develop stronger muscles in the stomach, back and pelvic floor for prenatal women. Yoga exercises improve a pregnant woman's core strength and help to avoid some common problems that can occur both during and post pregnancy, such as backache, postural imbalances, low-energy levels and poor circulation.

You will learn invaluable breathing techniques for pregnancy and labour as well as relaxation and meditation techniques.

After the baby has been born attending postnatal yoga classes is a great way to support the body's recovery. Postnatal yoga classes, help improve posture, support healing, relaxation, and toning.

Find a yoga teacher who offers antenatal yoga classes and postnatal yoga classes for pregnant women near you.

It is advisable to check with your GP first before undertaking a postnatal yoga class or antenatal yoga exercises.


Antenatal yoga classes are enjoyable and healthy way to exercise during pregnancy. Yoga increases body awareness and core strength throughout your pregnancy.

Antenatal classes can help you to deal with changes in the body both physically, mentally and emotionally through each stage of pregnancy.

Prenatal yoga classes can be easily modified to meet the needs of each trimester and are a safe way to exercise during pregnancy. Classes focus on gentle and safe yoga exercises, breathing and deep relaxation.

Pregnancy yoga can be a great way to meet other pregnant women in a positive, supportive environment. Exercising with other pregnant women can help the motivation to continue exercising right up to pregnancy.

Pregnant women who have never practised yoga before should wait until after their first scan (12-14 weeks), before participating in an antenatal yoga class.


Postnatal yoga classes help women regain their pre-baby shape as well as rebuild inner strength and well-being.

Many yoga instructors offer postnatal yoga classes that can help to repair the pelvic floor muscles weakened during birth.

A postnatal yoga class will help repair and develop postural muscles in your body. These exercises also help women cope with the stresses and strains of breast-feeding and carrying around a new baby.

It is usually safe to commence postnatal class after the 6 week health check with your GP or Midwife first.

The benefits of yoga for postnatal women include helping women regain shape and improving their mental and emotionally well-being.

To find a postnatal yoga teacher or yoga studio near you, on this web page.


Fertility yoga classes can help couples trying to conceive by helping them to relax and de stress. Yoga fertility classes can help couples in the process of conceiving, Although they can't correct medical issues such as blocked tubes or a sperm or egg problem.

While fertility treatments such as IVF can help women conceive, it can be a stressful process for couples and can create a tremendous amount of anxiety. Yoga exercises for fertility can help women conceive by improving both physical and mental health.

Fertility Yoga classes can help men who have a stressful lifestyle find a way to relax. High stress levels can affect testosterone production and consequently fertility.

Yoga is not an alternative for couples experiencing fertility problems. Consult your GP in the first instance before undertaking yoga classes.


Find a skilled, talented and qualified pregnancy yoga teachers or yoga studio near you using our pregnancy yoga class on this website. Remember to check with your GP before undertaking any prenatal or postnatal yoga classes.

Check that the yoga teacher is qualified to run an antenatal yoga, postnatal yoga classes or fertility classes.

Pregnancy yoga classes in London are very popular but there are hundreds of yoga teachers and yoga studios in other major UK cities too.