Classes cost £42 for six weeks. General yoga classes (Busy People) cost £36 for six weeks. The Birth Preparation workshop is £54 (or £40 for current students).
You can wear leggings/ tracksuit bottoms with a comfortable top. All classes are done with bare feet.
Pregnancy yoga takes place from 6.15-7.30pm on Tuesday and Thursday evenings (students attend one evening a week). Students are welcome from 6pm.
Postnatal yoga takes place on Wednesday mornings. The earlier class is 9.45-11.00am and the later is 11.15-12.30pm.
Parent and toddler yoga is on Thursday morning from 10-11.15am.
General yoga (Parents and other Busy People) is from 7.40-9pm on Tuesday/ Thursday evenings.
Birth preparation workshops run from 10am-2pm on a Sunday.
The mum's Pampering mornings are from 10am-1pm on a Saturday.
There is parking at Sherwood Community Centre, and at the Iona School. For the Mansfield Road Baptist Church park along Gregory Boulevard, and the church is a few minutes walk.
Pregnancy, postnatal and busy people classes are at Sherwood Community Centre, on Mansfield Road. For details see our 'contact and find us' page.
Parent and toddler yoga is at Mansfield Road Baptist Church on Sherwood Rise. Details are on our 'contact and find us' page.
The Birth Preparation workshops and Pampering Mornings are at Iona School on Sneinton Dale. See our 'contact and find us' page.
At The Yoga Home we pride ourselves on offering yoga classes of the highest quality and continually invest in our training. A key distinction between baby yoga and postnatal yoga is the training a teacher has to undergo. Our teachers have done a minimum of two and a half years teacher training to teach adult yoga with specialist qualifications in postnatal yoga. Baby yoga refers to movements for the baby and does not need to be taught by a yoga teacher. Usually baby yoga courses are one off short courses. Postnatal yoga is geared towards the mother and her physical recovery and emotional wellbeing. Students often attend for months. The same expertise that we apply to pregnancy we apply to the postnatal period.
Yes, you definately can come. Many of our students haven't done yoga before. The movements are perfect for pregnant bodies and are easy to learn. Many women become "yoga converts" through these classes and some find that yoga makes a huge difference to their lives.
We recommend that you start when you feel ready from 8 weeks. Many of our mums come from 2 months until 9 months or when baby starts crawling.
We recommend starting pregnancy yoga from 16 weeks or any time during your pregnancy. Many women enjoy the benefits of practicing regularly and continue to come for as long as they can. Some women are only able to join late in their pregnancy and this is fine: pregnancy yoga is always beneficial.
you can wear loose and comfortable clothing for yoga practice
We know that carrying your own equipment around can be a bit of a hassle so we provide mats, blocks, cushions blankets for your comfort and ease.