She has been teaching yoga since She is a Yoga for Health Foundation yoga teacher with an ethos of 'yoga for everybody'. She specialises in Birthlight pregnancy, birth and postnatal yoga. Liz Brown Yoga offers friendly group classes, bespoke yoga therapy sessions, specialist workshops and Champney's retreats. Liz Brown is Clinical supervisor on the Yogacampus yoga therapy diploma course in London.
I live in Manchester so alice is located a while off from me but as her classes are now available on zoom it made this realistic and I have been enjoying the classes so far very much. She is very welcoming and makes everyone feel at ease. You can tell she has built a good rapport with other ladies too. Both classes are just beautiful. I feel like the pregnancy class helped with relaxing me and I always slept better after attending a class. The Mum and Baby class was the highlight of my week. I always left every class feeling more ready to be the best mummy I could be and energised.
Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of yoga are postures a series of movements designed to increase strength and flexibility and breathing. You do not have to be supple or fit to practise yoga and the benefits to mind and body are well documented. Yoga classes are designed to suit all abilities and levels with emphasis on helping each person develop, explore and feel comfortable moving their own body.
Attendance at all 6 sessions is required and it is essential that you have received confirmation from your doctor and or midwife that this course will be suitable for you. Week 4 Getting ready for labour. What do I need to do includes birthing bags, plans and OFP?