⁍ Pregnanacy yoga modules are specially designed to reduce adverse effects of stress during pregnancy.
⁍ To manage pregnancy related discomforts and to attain positive attitude and confidence throughout the pregnancy. It also enhances the possibility of normal delivery.
⁍ Our preganancy yoga are safe and can be effectively practised since the classes are being conducted by Doctors themselves.
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I started taking antenatal yoga classes here from past 3 months.. I have a previous history of 2 miscarriages...Especially Dr.Shraddha is taking classes according to my previous health condition .. My body became very flexible after taking few sessions and really helped me from chronic pelvic pain..During this pandemic time ,it really helped me from both mentally and physically ..It really works for those who need both emotional and physical support..And special mention to Dr. Vasudha who understands my condition and helped me during first trimester by giving natural medicines..It really worked for morning sickness,nausea and constipation ,and am still taking those medicines. I strongly recommend to all pregnant women..Definitely I will continue to take classes after my post delivery..
Its been a very good experience after Enrolling to Prenatal yoga online with Vivekananda Global, supervision by Doctors was really helpful in avoiding bad postures. Over all it was a wonderful learning experience. Doctors were there to assist beyond yoga and guiding me personally which was a big help in making the pregnancy experience smooth. The major advantage for me was the online classes which has been great and it proves to be very efficient since I did everything at the comfort of my home and maintain safety. I recommend definitely recommend Vivekananda Global for a holistic care.
I had so much of anxiety when I conceived due to COVID around. Therefore my doctor advised me to start yoga and I did start from week 9. I slowly started calming down and this helped me sleep well. Since doctor's take the pregnancy yoga, I was more confident. I am continuing my yoga until delivery
Yoga is known to help during pregnancy and my friend recommended me to VHG as I was unable to conceive. I was treated for Migraine and PCOS after which I conceived. I completely followed instructions of Dr.Vasudha and also took yoga sessions during pregnancy. They were good, kept me physically and mentally relaxed. I just delivered 2 weeks back and me and my baby are doing good!!
My friends have learnt yoga during pregnancy. Based on their experience, I enrolled into antenatal yoga of VHG. I feel very light with no body stiffness and pain especially the lower back, which used to hurt. I also apply Ayurvedic oil prescribed by the doctor at VHG. Over all.. It's going good!!
I have joined for ante natal yoga classes here. My body started becoming flexible after practicing for few days. This made me stay active, relaxed and calm throughout the day. Special mention to Dr. Shradha who understands our pace and teaches in simple steps so that we remember easily. I strongly recommend this for all the pregnant ladies out there. I look forward for postnatal yoga with these guys.
Appropriate points to note during Pregnancy
⁍ Pregnancy is a period when biomechanical and physiological changes occur rapidly as the body adapts to support the growing fetus.
⁍ Every woman experiences pregnancy differently and there can be a variety of physical and emotional symptoms that coincide with it.
⁍ Research shows that expectant mothers should be provided with support, tools, resources, and appropriate types and amounts of exercise during pregnancy to reduce the risk of complications and increase the chances of healthy pregnancies and deliveries.
⁍ Yoga intervention presented with lower incidences of prenatal disorders (p <_ 0.05), and small gestational age (p < 0.05) and lower levels of pain and stress (p < 0.05). Therefore it is necessary to adopt Yoga during Pregnancy for best positive results for fetal and maternal health.
⁍ Regardless of the type of yoga or specific postures used, modifications should be made according to the specific needs of the individual woman, in the prevention of overexertion, stress on the fetus, and premature labor.
⁍ To improve maternal health and fetal well-being ⁍ To reduce stress and anxiety in pregnant women ⁍ To decrease pregnancy-related complaints such as morning sickness ⁍ To reduce the complications of pregnancy ⁍ To enhance the possibility of normal labor ⁍ To increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth
Asana or Postures - Physical exercise in the form of gentle stretches and postures can be helpful in the management of stress and other associated conditions or symptoms accompanying pregnancy, such as edema, gestational hypertension or diabetes, mood instability, musculoskeletal discomfort, aches, and weight gain. Studies conclude that regular physical exercise has maternal and fetal advantages that outweigh risks and recommend at least 30 minutes of exercise, most days of the week for the prevention and treatment of conditions associated with inactivity, such as gestational diabetes and hypertension.
Pranayama or voluntary regulated breathing - It activates the parasympathetic nervous system mainly by stretching lung tissue and the vagal nerves. This leads to a physiological response characterized by a decrease in heart rate, blood pressure, Metabolic rate, and oxygen consumption. Deep breathing also increases neuroplasticity, defined as the reorganization of neural pathways as an adaptive response. Studies reveal an increase in neuroplasticity in those who perform yoga, thereby improving concentration, intelligence quotient scores, and motor control. Meditation — As a therapeutic tool, meditation will help you resolve the deepest of neuroses, fears and conflicts, which are so common during pregnancy. It decreases general anxiety, perceived stress, and pregnancy-related anxiety. Meditation brings with it an incredible awareness which helps you connect with your fetus. Meditation may be helpful for improving maternal psychological well-being and perinatal outcomes
Relaxation - Mind-body practices that cultivate general health, diminish distress, and increase self-awareness May be particularly effective in addressing both the physical and psycho-emotional aspects of pregnancy and labor Techniques such as deep relaxation and Yoga Nidra (Yogic sleep) are particularly effective during pregnancy for physical and mental relaxation. Women demonstrated reductions in psychological tension, heart rate, skin conductance, respiration, and cortisol levels, and increased respiratory sinus arrhythmia.
Rakhshani A, Nagarathna R, Mhaskar R, Mhaskar A, Thomas A, Gunasheela S.
• SVYASA University, 19 Eknath Bhavan, Gavipuram Circle, KG Nagar, Bangalore 560 019, India.
• St. John's Medical College and Hospital, Sarjapur Road, Bangalore 560 034, India.
• Gunasheela Surgical & Maternity Hospital, Building No. 1/2, Dewan Madhava Rao Road, Basavanagudi, Bangalore, Karnataka 560004, India
Results This first randomized study of yoga in high-risk pregnancy suggest that guided yogic practices and visualization can improve the intrauterine fetal growth and the utero-fetal-placental circulation.
Results An integrated approach to yoga during pregnancy is safe. It improves birth weight, decreases preterm labor, and decreases IUGR either in isolation or associated with PIH, with no increased complications