Mother's Journey Postnatal Yoga for Weary Mothers, The Snug in the Wilderness, Saturday, 07. September 2019

** All mothers in need of rejuvenation are welcome **Join Natalie for a morning of gentle yoga, beginner-friendly meditation and guided deep relaxation, held in the magical setting of The Snug.Do you crave time to reconnect with your body and ease your achy muscles and tired bones?Do you long for a bit of space to get your head together; a little relief from the mental cloud of sleep-deprivation and to reboot your emotional energy?If yes, then I hope you’ll come along!Come alone for nourishing you-time, or bring your babe-in-arms and they will soak up the yummy yoga vibes as you practice – my babies love(d) watching the movements and the rhythm of the music! As well as physical yoga they’ll be plenty of time for tea, sharing and guided deep have 3 blissful hours together and the time will fly - I hope you’ll join me!Important information:• If you have a sling, please bring it along in case your baby gets a little tired.• Please note that while babies-in-arms (pre-crawling) are very welcome, this is a workshop for mothers rather than baby yoga. • The Snug is a baby-feeding/ nappy-changing friendly space and there will be a comfortable space for babies to lay in the middle of the room. You can bring car seats inside, but prams will have to stay outside.• Mats and blankets are provided. • One of the great things about the Snug is being close to nature. If the weather is fine and warm we may head outside for part of the session. Please look out for an email confirming details closer to the date.• The Snug is an inclusive space and anyone who identifies as a mother is welcome to book on. If you have any questions on the suitability of this workshop for you, please get in touch.

Saturday, 07. September 2019, The Snug in the Wilderness, Mother's Journey Postnatal Yoga for Weary Mothers

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