Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Prenatal Vinyasa Yoga Workout DVD & Mommy Does Yoga Prenatal Yoga Guide Review & Giveaway

Product Description

Julie Schoen and Mommy Does Yoga proudly present the official companion guide for the Mommy Does Yoga prenatal yoga DVD. Complete with detailed instructions for every pose included in the video, along with helpful advice for practicing yoga while pregnant.

Get answers to questions like:
- When Should I Start Practicing Prenatal Yoga?
- Will Yoga Help With Morning Sickness?
- Which Poses Should Definitely Not Be Practiced While Pregnant?
- Why Is Meditation Important During Pregnancy?
- Are There Any Types Of Yoga That Are Unsafe For Pregnancy?
And More!

Pregnancy, from day one, is filled with constant changes, both physically and emotionally. Yoga is one of the best ways to help deal with these changes, keeping the body comfortable and active and the mind calm and open. Preparing for the 9-month journey of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenthood are just some of the benefits of prenatal yoga, not to mention a healthy, happy body.

This Mommy Does Yoga prenatal guide is designed to be used with the companion DVD, but can absolutely be used on its own. Offering poses for a complete 60-minute yoga flow session, combined with a meditation and relaxing restorative poses, this guide will get you started on what is sure to be an amazing journey for both you and baby!

MarksvilleandMe reviews Mommy Does Yoga Prenatal Yoga 


written by
Julie Schoen

I have been doing yoga on and off since my brothers taught me way back in the 70's. It has helped me stay limber, yes even at 370+ pounds I can still touch my toes, at least when my Fibromyalgia is not flaring up that is.

I remember my first pregnancy and my Lamaze class. They were teaching us stretches and I was the only one who could do them fully. All of the mothers asked me how I did them so easily and I said I had been doing yoga moves to keep my body more flexible.

When I say I do yoga, the first thing people see is my weight. Yes yoga can help with losing weight but for me it is about movement. My husband will even tell people I do it, and he has seen the good it can do. 

My Dr. says that my Yoga and Meditation has kept me from feeling most of the pain while keeping me more flexible. I never knew that I would have Fibromyalgia. Actually as I write this I am unable to do any movement because I am having spasms that are on my right side down to my spine then up and around the back of my neck spreading to my left side. 

For this I take muscle relaxers and so far nothing has helped, not even heat, rest, or light stretches. Last year when I got this for the first time it was just down on my lower spine and was about the size of a fist, but this is causing pain in a much larger area so my movement is very limited. 

Once I am better I will be back on my Yoga mat doing my thing. I have a daughter who wants me to teach her more moves. She has just took interest in it again. Perfect timing because the moves in  Mommy Does Yoga Prenatal Yoga Guide are gentle enough to be done while pregnant so they will be nice easy moves to get her into doing Yoga more often.

Mommy Does Yoga Prenatal Yoga Guide will guide you through yoga during pregnancy, but remember these poses can be done before and after pregnancy as well. Remember to always check with your Dr. before starting an exercise regimen. 

You can purchase Mommy Does Yoga Prenatal Yoga Guide on Amazon.

One reader will win a copy of the Prenatal Vinyasa Yoga Workout DVD & Mommy Does Yoga Prenatal Yoga Guide. Open to U.S. residents only. Starts on 9/30 and ends on 10/15. MarksvilleandMe wishes everyone who enters Good Luck!

You can find out more about Julie Schoen Here.

Other books by Julie Schoen.


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