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Alleviating Back Pain

For: Expectant Moms, New Moms, Everyday Yogis
Length 16:04 minutes
Back pain is a common discomfort that women experience during and after pregnancy. Though a short, effective standing and seated series, this video concentrates on alleviating some of these common aches and pains. Side bending poses help release lower back pain by stretching the latissimus dorsi (lower back) muscles. Forward bend and hip openers release and extend the lower back, hip and hamstring muscles. Twisting poses help stretch and release the back and shoulder muscles, creating flexibility of the spine. Note that during pregnancy, all twists should be “open twists”, twisitng away from the belly and not over twisting.

Helpful Hip Openers

For: Expectant Moms, New Moms, Everyday Yogis
Length 19:26 minutes
Prenatal yoga hip opening poses help to facilitate the opening of the pelvis to prepare for the baby to descend through the birth canal. They increase flexibility in the muscles that attach to the pelvis that will need to be elastic during labor and delivery. When the hips are more open it allows for the sacrum and pelvic to be better aligned. This will make daily activities like walking, sitting, standing and even sleeping more comfortable. Hip openers also alleviate common discomforts such as sciatica, piriformis syndrome and lower back pain by gently stretching and releasing the piriformis, the gluteus muscles, the ITB (Iliotibial Band) and the back (latissimus dorsi) muscles.

25 Prenatal Vinyasa Flow

For: Expectant Moms, New Moms, Everyday Yogis
Length 25 minutes
Deb leads expectant Mom and PYC teacher Clare Friedrich in a 25 minute vinyasa flow (appropriate for all trimesters). Build your strength,  stamina, and relaxation to prepare for labor.

Want longer classes?

Enjoy 4 one hour classes offering the perfect balance of an invigorating vinyasa, juicy seated poses & quiet meditation to connect to baby.


Each class attends to common pregnancy aches & pains, pelvic floor balancing & coping skills for labor.


You will receive access to the following videos  for 6 weeks of streaming:   Backbend and Chest Opening, Squatting: Opening the Pelvis to Prepare For Birth, Balancing Ease and Effort, Happy Hips


Cost: $36

Relieve Your Back Pain

Happy Hips

Side Bending Stretches on the Floor

Fabulous Abdominals to Help Push Out That Baby!

Simple Stretches for Bedrest

Quick Relief for Carpal Tunnel

Cool Off With Pranayama

Stabilize the Sacrum

May Day! Ease the Ache in Feet & Legs

Spring Hip Opening

Relax, Restore & Stay Healthy!

Get Warm in Winter!

Quick Office Stretches

We offer LIVESTREAM longer classes as well!

We are currently offering LIVESTREAM options for prenatal yoga, postnatal yoga, Baby and Me, as well as Infant Massage, and New Mother Support Group. And of course, all our Childbirth Prep classes! 

Join us for classes from the comfort of your own home,  SCHEDULE and REGISTER HERE 

If you are already a student at PYC, you have an account. You just need to go to “forgot password” to reset it. Don’t make a second account!

If you are new, WELCOME! Please make an account and purchase the appropriate class package for your needs.

All participants will receive the link to Zoom 10 minutes prior to the start of the class for the LIVE classes. And for the releases, they will be sent out at the scheduled class time.

What if I don’t have yoga props at home? 

You can certainly improvise or invest in a few props. If you want to have a few at home props I would recommend a mat and 2 four inches blocks. You can use a blanket or towel and make a bolster by rolling up a blanket or towel. If you don’t have blocks, you can use some small boxes, large can, or bind together some books. Anything that gives your hands about 8-10 inches or height would work!

What to purchase some yoga props? HERE is a link to get started.

We also have a collection of short monthly videos from Deb. Enjoy!

If You Have Questions Or Would Like Recommendations On Classes Or Workshops To Attend, Please Call 212- 362-2985 Or Email Your Questions To Info@Prenatalyogacenter.Com

We hope to see you soon!