Start your bond with baby and connect with other moms!
Prenatal Yoga | Sundays 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Join our supportive and informative new-moms-to-be class. Relax and lengthen areas of the body that are affected by pregnancy, while learning breathing and movement techniques that may help you move though your delivery. Invite your friends who are expecting and take class together!
Mama’s Group | 1st and 3rd Sundays 12:35 – 1:05 PM | FREE!
Welcoming new mamas, old pros, and each of us in between! Let’s meet to check in with each other. We will take a few moments to bring awareness to our bodies (possibly while a little one is crawling all over us like a baby chimpanzee) and take a few deep breaths amidst the chaos. After, we will reflect on whatever is going on in our mamahood journey.
We will share stories, laughs, tears, fears, and lots of joy and gratitude in this time of connection. It is always important for us mamas to stick together and create a network of support but especially right now. Hope to see you and your little one(s) via Zoom!
Baby & Me Yoga On Demand Video Course
Strengthen your bond with baby while targeting developmental milestones with Baby And Me Yoga! This course features 30-minute and 15-minute practice videos, along with lectures on postpartum anatomy and baby development.
ABOUT INSTRUCTOR KATE WILCOX
Kate Wilcox Tarr is a 200HR Registered Yoga Teacher from Bucks County, PA. She received her certification at Dragonfly under Alexis Ridge-Simek and is a ChildLight certified baby and kids yoga teacher. Kate uses her experience as a dancer, mother, writer and yogi to help others center themselves and reap the benefits of living a strong, balanced and connected life on and off the mat. Kate has practiced yoga in all forms since she was 15 years old and has used yoga to ease all of life’s transitions. She graduated from New York University in 2009 with a bachelor’s in Journalism and Spanish. After working as a reporter telling the stories of people from so many walks of life, Kate knows everyone can benefit from some brain-body-breath connection.