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Get ready for your first pregnancy yoga lesson

Pick a time of day or night when you won’t be disturbed. It’s a good idea of turn off your mobile phone and stereo so you can focus on your poses and breathing without distractions. (Although once you’re familiar with the routines it’s nice to have soft music playing in the background.) You may like to draw the curtains or blinds and light your yoga space with just a lamp or scented candles.

Your equipment

  • Wear comfortable stretchy clothing such as track pants or leggings and a t-shirt or exercise top
  • A mat or rug
  • Two cushions or pillows
  • A strap or tie
  • A blanket

Watch Katie’s introduction video

To learn more about Katie Brown and her approach to pregnancy yoga, watch her introduction video.

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Like many pregnant women, especially in the second and third trimester, you may find that you have light bladder leakage during exercise. This is true with yoga, even though it’s not strenuous. Please don’t worry about this. It’s common and can be easily managed with discreet Poise products, which are very similar to panty liners. they’re super-absorbent and barely discernible even under skin-hugging leggings.

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