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View all of our prenatal yoga video content whenever and wherever you are by simply using any device.
Have unlimited access to the hundreds of classes stored in our video library: access them from anywhere, anytime.
You can access on demand, live recorded classes any time of the day or night: no need to be tied down by a yoga schedule.
10 minute yoga classes are typically for those who want a quick yoga routine to start or end the day. Learn more about ours today.
Whether it’s beginner, intermediate, or advanced, come enjoy 60 minute yoga classes online with one of our instructors today.
90 minute yoga classes are typically for those who want a long yoga routine to start or end the day. Learn more about ours today.
Whether it’s beginner, intermediate, or advanced, come enjoy 45 minute yoga classes online with one of our instructors today.
Are you looking for full-length 30, 45, 60, or 90 minute advanced yoga videos? Enjoy advanced yoga poses and different types of yoga with Poweryoga.com today.
Are you looking for full-length 30, 45, 60, or 90 minute anusara yoga videos? Enjoy anusara poses and different types of yoga with Poweryoga.com today.
Whether it’s beginner, intermediate, or advanced, come enjoy ayurveda yoga classes online with one of our instructors today.
It’s important to build a strong asana practice and learning balancing yoga poses will help you get there. Get step by step instructions on how to complete successful balancing poses today.
A Core Yoga workout or Core Yoga class is a class that uses asanas or Core Yoga poses, meaning the poses within the sequence or routine emphasize strengthening the core region of our bodies.
Gentle yoga classes are typically for those who want a softer, less intense, restorative, nurturing, and relaxing practice.
Hatha Yoga is the foundation of all Physical Yoga styles. The practice of Hatha yoga includes the way towards realization through rigorous discipline.
Hot Yoga is strongly influenced by the thought that practicing yoga in a heated room will generate the benefits associated with a yoga practice more quickly.
An intermediate yoga routine or class requires students to already have an understanding of yoga poses. These videos are perfect for those who want well-rounded classes that will align both the body and mind!
Are you looking for full-length 30, 45, 60, or 90 minute jivamukti yoga videos? Enjoy jivamukti yoga poses and different types of yoga with Poweryoga.com today.
Kundalini, also known as laya yoga, is a blend of physical and spiritual practices that includes meditation, movement, and much more.
Yoga poses and meditation classes really do work wonderfully on the online format, especially if you have some experience, because then for sure there are less questions and more desire to practice.
Whether it’s beginner, intermediate, or advanced, come enjoy morning yoga classes online with one of our instructors today.
Prenatal yoga can help to reduce the physical discomforts associated with pregnancy. A prenatal practice also helps to strengthen the uterus and pelvic muscles, improve circulation, and stimulate the spine, all of which support a woman throughout pregnancy and the childbirth experience.
The benefits associated with a Restorative Yoga practice include stress management, improved quality of sleep, and weight management
Whether your a beginner or expert, set the foundation for a safe yoga practice with seated yoga poses. Get the step by step guide to seated yoga poses today.
Whether it’s beginner, intermediate, or advanced, come enjoy yoga videos for strength online with one of our instructors. We have 15, 30, 60 and 90 minute strength yoga videos.
Whether your a beginner or expert, set the foundation for a safe yoga practice with twist yoga poses. Get the step by step guide to twist yoga poses today.
Or Flow yoga, or Flow Vinyasa Yoga or Vinyasa Yoga. How about Slow Flow Yoga or Power Vinyasa Flow. These are classes, along with most Power Yoga classes for a very active style of asana practice all having their roots in Ashtanga yoga.
Yin yoga videos help your body to come back into balance. It is in these longer holds of the poses that you can dissolve the deep holding patterns in your body and come into a state of balance that will allow your body to heal from the inside out.
During the art of conscious relaxation or Yoga Nidra, we train the mind consciously, step by step. We help you relax physical tensions and later re-balance your subtle energy system using mental alternate nostril breathing.
From basic to advanced, learn yoga poses online with Bryan Kest’s Power Yoga. We have hundreds of videos with different yoga poses and how to do them step by step.
Yoga is fun for all ages, including children! Yoga might be turned into games that help maintain their interest. From the comfort of your home, kids can watch yoga videos and follow along!
Yoga is the combination of movement and breathing builds flexibility, strength and stamina. Flexibility being one of the many building blocks of yoga.
One of the goals of yoga is to reduce stress and anxiety in a healthy and relaxing way.
Beginner Yoga can be approached in many different ways. One way to learn is to go to a beginners’ yoga class, where learn yoga according to that school and perhaps get a breakdown of yoga poses and the philosophy.
Yoga Breathing or Pranayama, is the building blocks of any yoga practice. It begins with a 3-part breath while deepening your breathing, then moves into more advanced breathing exercises.
Pregnancy is a beautiful journey during a woman’s reproductive years that is exhilarating and life changing.
While some women are relatively symptom-free during the journey, others may experience pregnancy-related symptoms that can significantly affect emotional and physical well-being. Physical discomforts associated with pregnancy include nausea and fatigue, swelling due to water retention, and restless leg syndrome. Women may experience nausea (aka morning sickness) with or without vomiting that can range from mild to severe and lead to sleep disturbance and poor appetite. Fatigue in general is a prominent pregnancy-related symptom due to the increase in progesterone circulating through a woman’s body. During pregnancy a hormone called relaxin increases. This hormone is produced by the ovaries and placenta, and functions to “relax” the ligaments in the pelvis and expand the cervix in preparation for childbirth. The increase in relaxin can create a false sense of greater flexibility and result in low back pain and sciatica that was absent prior to pregnancy. These pregnancy-related symptoms can leave a woman to feel emotionally and physically depleted and inadequate as she prepares for childbirth and beyond.
Yoga for pregnant women can cultivate relaxation and help prepare the mind and body for the birthing experience.
Scientific studies have shown that yoga in general has a positive impact on physical and mental health conditions including low back pain, cardiovascular disease, as well as depression and anxiety. More recently research has shown that prenatal yoga in particular can help to reduce the physical discomforts associated with pregnancy. A prenatal practice can also help to strengthen the uterus and pelvic muscles, improve circulation, and stimulate the spine, all of which support a woman throughout pregnancy and the childbirth experience. In addition, research has shown that pregnant women who are considered high risk and practice prenatal yoga are less susceptible to experiencing hypertension, preeclampsia, and delivery pain. Through its effects on the nervous system, in particular the parasympathetic nervous system, which is responsible for activating the “relaxation response”, prenatal yoga promotes stress reduction by reducing cortisol (stress hormone) levels in our body. From an emotional and psychological perspective, prenatal yoga can be beneficial in targeting symptoms of depression and anxiety.
The best yoga for pregnant women takes into consideration the effects of pregnancy on the woman’s body and associated physical changes that may arise during each trimester.
For example, yoga practiced during the first trimester may have an impact on the implantation process of the placenta. Therefore, recommendations for practicing yoga during the first trimester include minimizing abdominal work and deep twists to prevent potential impact on the implantation process. And, certain belly down poses like cobra might be okay as long as direct pressure is not placed on the lower belly. However, poses like bow and locust place direct pressure on the uterus and should be avoided. Second trimester recommendations include spreading feet wide apart to make space for the growing belly and continuing to minimize twists, along with refraining from inversions and supine poses. By the third trimester, women should consider all modifications that focus on making space for the belly and minimizing compression of the belly. An important theme across all trimesters is to listen to your body and to practice with self-compassion, letting go of any attachments that dictate how your practice “should” look. Even if you have a well-established practice prior to pregnancy, you may find that during pregnancy asanas need to be modified to protect your growing belly and to address pregnancy-related discomforts such as nausea, fatigue, and back pain.
Prenatal yoga videos offered through online prenatal yoga classes are a great way to begin or maintain an established yoga practice during pregnancy.
Online prenatal yoga classes may offer additional benefit in that classes are easily accessible whether you are at home or on the road, and can be viewed directly from your electronic devices. A yoga practice can be a great complement to your overall fitness program, with an emphasis on breath and mindfulness directing the movement of your body. Bryan Kest’s Power Yoga Online offers a free 7-day trial where you can access a diverse library of prenatal workout videos to meet your fitness and training needs during pregnancy.
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