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Talita Pregnancy Wellness 3This month Bliss Baby Yoga Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training graduate, naturopath, and mama-of-1, Talita Sheedy, shares her tips for wellness during pregnancy.

As a naturopath, yoga teacher and now mum, my passion has grown for pregnancy and highlighted how we can be more mindful throughout our pregnancies. Making the smallest changes enables you to enrich your pregnancy to make it enjoyable and healthy for you and bub.


Lucy LRLucy Roberts graduated from the Bliss Baby Yoga 100 hr Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training in March last year. She has since been teaching prenatal yoga, during her own pregnancy, and in April this year gave birth to a beautiful baby girl, Rose. This is Lucys story about how yoga helped her during her pregnancy as well as those women with whom she shared this powerful practice. 

After 16 years of teaching Yoga, and more than a decade as a Teacher Trainer with international yoga school Yoga Arts, last March I enrolled as a student in Bliss Baby Yogas 100 hour Prenatal & Postnatal Training in my recently-returned-to home of Byron Bay.


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Hands on BellyThis month Rosie Matheson (Yoga for Fertility specialist, Birth Doula and Bliss Baby Yoga Prenatal Yoga Teacher Trainer), shares a beautiful visualisation for the First Trimester of Pregnancy.

Early pregnancy can be an overwhelming time. Maybe your pregnancy came as a complete surprise. Maybe you thought it would take time to conceive, but fell pregnant the second you stopped using contraception. Maybe it was a massive effort, and you’re feeling exhausted before you even start. Whatever journey you took to get here, discovering that you’re pregnant probably resulted in a set of overwhelming emotional waves fed by numerous mental movies featuring your biggest hopes and fears.


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Kaye Waterhouse NutritionThis month nutritionist, yoga teacher and mama-of-one, Kaye Waterhouse, shares her 9 Top Tips for Nutrition in Pregnancy.

Eating right in pregnancy can be very easy, or very hard! Specific advice is difficult to give, considering the nature of the pregnancy experience and how much variety exists between mothers. Hormones, allergies, cravings, nausea, fatigue, and weight gain all play a role in determining how and what we eat. Now, try and balance THAT against our powerful maternal intuition, and the scientific knowledge about what we should be eating, what foods to avoid, and our desire to nourish our unborn children, and we could find ourselves playing a complicated or stressful juggling act.


This month we profile one of Bliss Baby Yoga’s senior course facilitators, Emma Grant, who combines her skills as an Ayurvedic practitioner and yoga teacher to help women connect with their inner wisdom and strength throughout pregnancy and beyond. 

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Calling all pregnant women in the Melbourne, Prahran area !  

Bliss Baby Yoga will be presenting a free yoga class for pregnancy as part of its 100 hour Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training Course. 


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Add a chair to your prenatal yoga! 

As your belly grows bigger during your pregnancy you may find the number of postures you can do with ease are limited. That's where props can be a big help allowing you to comfortably continue to practice many active and passive postures right up until the day you give birth. 


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