On-Demand: Restorative Prenatal Yoga Course

Course Description

Restorative yoga is more than just a practice; it’s a journey of self-care and bonding. This on-demand class offers a unique opportunity for expectant mothers to indulge in a deeply nourishing and healing practice. It’s not just about flexibility or strength; it’s about connecting with your body and your baby, understanding the changes, and embracing the beauty of motherhood.

Purchase now for $25!

available for 1 month from purchase

Why Choose This Course?

  • Deep Nourishment: Restorative yoga offers profound healing and relaxation, ensuring you and your baby are at ease.

  • Connect with Your Baby: This practice is a beautiful way to bond with your unborn child, understanding their movements, and responding with love.

  • Expert Guidance: With our experienced instructors, you’re in safe hands. They understand the nuances of a pregnant body and guide you through poses that offer maximum comfort and benefit.

Course Curriculum


  1. Welcome to Prenatal Restorative Yoga!

    • Welcome Message

    • Meet Your Teacher

    • What You Need For Class

    • Disclaimer

  2. Video Library: Access our extensive video library that guides you through each pose, ensuring you get the most out of every session.

  3. Bonus: Meditation for Self Care – A special session dedicated to mental well-being and relaxation.

  4. More Resources For You: Dive deeper with additional resources that complement your yoga journey.

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Can you do restorative yoga when pregnant?

Yes, restorative poses that take the focus on the anatomical and physiological changes of the pregnant body are safe for pregnancy unless otherwise told by your care provider. 

When should I start prenatal yoga during pregnancy?

You can start yoga at any point during pregnancy so long as you feel ready and comfortable.

What is restorative yoga?

Restorative yoga is more than just a practice; it’s a journey of self-care and bonding. Poses are held for several minutes and yoga props are used to ensure your body is well supported! Restorative yoga can be helpful for quieting your mind, regulating your nervous system and renewing your energy. 

What are the disadvantages of restorative yoga?

For those who have a hard time sitting in stillness, this practice may be challenging. 

Meet Your Teacher!

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Jenny Campbell

Jenny Campbell is a yoga teacher and modern dancer based in Brooklyn, NY.

She completed her first 200 hour training through It’s Yoga in Columbus, OH (2006) after receiving her BFA in dance performance from Ohio State University.

She received her second training from The Shala in New York City (2013).

Jenny took classes with PYC throughout her twin pregnancy and loved being part of the community.

She completed her pre and postnatal teacher training through PYC and feels honored to be able to share this practice with expectant parents.

Jenny loves to continue her education and has additional certifications in restorative yoga from Yoga Works and Mat Pilates from Kinected.

Her classes are encouraging, grounding and inclusive, offering time on your mat when you can connect with your body, breath, and baby.