Trainings Offered

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So why are you here in the first place?

Obviously, someone has told you that Online yoga class and training works great for pregnancy. That’s wonderful and TRUE. But do you know how?

Yoga has 5 vital tools for pregnancy. When followed together, they work wonders on your health and your capability to have a smooth pregnancy.

Smooth pregnancy and natural childbirth are just some of the benefits of online yoga training. But more importantly, yoga does wonders on the physical and mental development of the child in the womb.

Ensuring a healthy baby is every woman’s dream and online yoga class helps you do just that.

So what are these 5 tools:

  • Yoga exercises – These gently work on the reproductive organs and pelvis to ensure a smooth pregnancy and relatively easy childbirth. These ensure an optimum supply of blood and nutrients to the developing child in your womb.
  • Breathing or Pranayama – These powerful techniques ensure an abundant supply of oxygen and a better life force for you and your child. These methods work on your fitness during pregnancy.
  • Mudras and Bandhas – The psychophysical stimulation of these gestures and locks have powerful effects on a woman’s reproductive organs.
  • Meditation – As a therapeutic tool, meditation will help you resolve the deepest of neuroses, fears and conflicts, which are so common during pregnancy. Meditation brings with it an incredible awareness, which helps you connect with your child in a way that is impossible to explain.
  • Deep Relaxation – Yoga Nidra (Yogic sleep) is particularly effective during pregnancy for physical and mental relaxation as well as for childbirth preparation.

To get the phenomenal benefits of yoga on your pregnancy, practice these easy routines regularly. Not only will you be on your way to a delightful pregnancy but also you will give your child an opportunity for best development. Good luck and go ahead!

Pregnancy Care Training

We at Shristi presenting this prenatal yoga class to follow during pregnancy to maintain good health for yourself and your baby.  Caring for your baby starts even before your bump arrives. If you’re a first-time mum you’ll probably have all sorts of pregnancy questions, but even experienced mums need a little help and advice.

Being pregnant is amazing. During the 40 weeks of the pregnancy calendar, your body experiences incredible change. Join our free introduction classes to find out what our Pregnancy care training experts can teach and train you to expect during the three stages of pregnancy (trimesters), plus, learn some good tips to keep you and your baby healthy.

Pregnancy Care Training

Yoga Training

Yoga Training

Whether you have never practised yoga a day in your life, or you are a dedicated daily yogi, this online prenatal yoga training is for you! You both have something wonderful in common. You’re newly pregnant and creating a beautiful life inside of your miraculous being. Yoga is a great exercise during pregnancy (when modified for safety) as it relieves stress, aches, and pains connect you to your baby inside and allows you to discover new strength and power from within.

We believe that practising yoga under certified instructors who understand the anatomy and physiology of a pregnant woman is the safest way to practice. Shristi’s trained experts understand what is safe and what isn’t and will guide you in a blissfully safe and relaxing practice.

Prenatal Simulation Training

Yoga is a form of exercise that pregnant women can consider, and the safest way to practice yoga during pregnancy is to look for an online prenatal yoga class with a certified instructor.

Prenatal stimulation is a process that encourages learning in unborn babies optimizing mental and sensory development. Prenatal stimulated babies tend to exhibit enhanced visual, auditory, and motor development. They also show superior learning capacity and higher IQs.

Dr. Verny presents evidence that the attitude of the mother toward the pregnancy, the child, and toward her partner, have a profound effect on the psychological development of the child and on the birth experience.

  • Researches show that personality development starts right in the womb.
  • Mothers’ persistent emotions are transmitted to the baby and that influences his/her personality!
  • The mother’s patterns of feeling and behaviour is the chief source of the stimuli shaping the child.

Prenatal Simulation Training

Bonding Techniques

Bonding Techniques

Communicating with the unborn child provides a stable, supportive environment that every child needs in order to learn and grow. Both physical and emotional factors influence the mother-child bonding process. In separation anxiety disorder a child becomes fearful and nervous when away from a loved one, usually a parent or other caregiver.

Bond stems from the wordless emotional exchange that draws the two of you together, ensuring that your infant feels safe and calm enough to experience optimal development of their nervous system. The secure attachment provides your baby with the best foundation for life: an eagerness to learn, a healthy self-awareness, trust, and consideration for others.

Normal Delivery Exercise

Physical exercises during pregnancy, contrary to the myths and beliefs of being harmful, are helpful for the mother’s health and increase the probability of a normal delivery. Performed in the right form and intensity, exercising during pregnancy is actually advisable.

Exercise is essential and very helpful during pregnancy, but a few vital instructions should be followed that can benefit both the mother and baby. Exercises based on the phases of pregnancy can help the mother prepare for easy and normal delivery, without causing any harm to herself and the child.

Normal Delivery Exercise

Meditation Training

Meditation Training

Meditation can help reduce the stress that often accompanies major life changes like pregnancy. It can also help with pregnancy symptoms, including fatigue, mood changes, and sleep disturbances.

Studies have found that meditation and other mindfulness-based exercises during pregnancy may reduce anxiety, depression, and perceived stress.

“No matter how bad my day’s been, it takes one little kick to make everything feel alright.

A baby is God’s opinion that life should go on.

A new baby is like the beginning of all things – wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities.”

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