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An invitation for you and baby to share a yoga class together. Allow yourself the time to dive into some well-deserved self-care while connecting to your little one. The classes will help you reconnect to your body, strengthen your pelvic floor and abdominal muscles, and stretch and stabilise the upper body. Babies will also enjoy some yoga and singing! I've been practising yoga since 2005 and received my teacher training diploma from triyoga in 2013. When not on my yoga mat, you'll find me ferrying around my two young children to various North London playgrounds!
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I love this class. As a beginner, I was made to feel totally relaxed and at ease by Sue’s engaging style. Highly recommend.
Love this class - a perfect balance of yoga, babytime, and even a bit of meditation thrown into the mix. Sue (teacher) has a wonderful way with babies, she’s astute with good knowledge of yoga. It’s a great little class, I highly recommend it.
I feel recharged and centred after every class in this peaceful space! Sue is an excellent teacher, she has a friendly and engaging style and always makes me and my little one feel welcome.
A graduate of triyoga's teacher training program, I am also qualified as a pregnancy and postnatal yoga teacher. As a mother of two, I found pregnancy and postnatal yoga provided me with huge physical, mental and emotional support. With our family abroad, the postnatal classes I attended helped to create a community I craved and needed. These classes carried me through the first intense year of motherhood and because of their impact, I felt compelled to train as a postnatal yoga teacher so that I too could create a space for mothers (and babies!) to feel supported, be seen and be heard.
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