When you find out that you are pregnant do not do any yoga poses (not even restorative yoga poses) till the end of the first trimester. Just focus on your breathing techniques and practicing your Yoga Nidra deep relaxation.
You can take part in the course up until embryo transfer only. Once you have had the transfer I treat you as if you are pregnant and I don’t recommend you doing any yoga poses until the end of the first trimester.
Do not do any of the yoga poses (not even the restorative poses) in your 2-week-wait. Just practice your breathing techniques and Yoga Nidra deep relaxation. If you are pregnant then no yoga poses till the end of the first trimester. If you are not pregnant you are able to take part in the course.
You can take part in the course until you have intercourse or are inseminated. Once this has happened I treat you as if you are pregnant.
Do not do any of the yoga poses (not even the restorative poses) till your pregnancy test. Just practice your breathing techniques and your Yoga Nidra deep relaxation. When you find out you are pregnant do not to any yoga poses till the end of the first trimester. If you find that you are not pregnant then you are able to take part in the course.
If you are menstruating during the course there will be some yoga poses that aren’t appropriate for you to do. As we go through the practice I will let you know what they are and give you alternatives.
I always love to hear from you – please contact me on: firstname.lastname@example.org.Sadly yoga will not get you pregnant. If you have a medical condition such as endometriosis or blocked fallopian tubes yoga will not be able to fix it. But what yoga can do, in combination with other fertility strategies is help you cope with the anxiety and the emotional burden that often accompanies fertility treatment and natural fertility. We know from research that when you are less stressed you are more fertile. This course has been created to help you manage that stress at this key time in your life.