Our 45 minutes classes begin with a gentle warm up, to prepare your body before engaging in the fun cardio segment, performed to suitably chosen music. In water depth suitable for all, even if a non confident swimmer. The exercises we use can be adapted to all levels of fitness and physical capability. Included each week is invaluable antenatal education, breathing techniques to help during all stages of your birthing process, important exercises to help strengthen the pelvic floor muscle, and a wonderful relaxation section to finish, which will help you feel calm as well as enjoying a lovely bonding moment for you and baby.
There are five types of practice for Yoga / Yog / Yoga Asanas: Asans in the standing position.Asans in the sitting position.Asans done while lying on the stomach.Asans done while lying on the back.Asans practised for meditation and concentration. Yoga Asanas in Standing Position There are many asans done in the standing position and prominently among them few asans as noted below are commonly practised by the persons according to their age, health and body power. Surya Namaskar, Tadasan, Garudasan, Ardhchandrasan, Ashwathasan, Dhruwasan, Vrikshasan, Padhastasan. Yoga Asans in Sitting Position There are so many asanas practised in the sitting posture. Some of the Asans prominently practised commonly by the persons according to their age and physical power are noted below. Kamarchakrasan, Janushirasan, Pashchimottanasan, Gorashahsan, Gomukhasan, Baddhpadmasan, Konasan, Yogmudrasan, Ardmatsyendrasan, Vajrasan, Ushtrasan, Mandookasan, Bhoonamanasan, Shashankasan, Akarnadhanushtankarasan, Brahamcharyasan, Suptavajrasan, Padangushthasan, Singhasan, Parvatasan, Vakrasan, Ardhchandrasan and many more. Yoga Asans While Lying On Stomach Bhujangasan, Shalbhasan, Makarasan, Dhanurasan, Naukasan, Sarpasan, Shithilasan, Mayurasan and many other asans. Yoga Asans While Lying On Back Uthanpadasan, Katiuttanasan, Matsyasan, Halasan, Sarvangasan, Pawanmukhtasan, Markatasan, Hastpadottanasan, Chakrasan, Padvrittasan, Setubandhasan, Chakrasan, Dwichakrikasan, Shavasan and many more. Yoga Asanas for Meditation Padmasan, Sukhasan, Swastikasan, Sidhasan. Compiled by: Mr. S. N. Gupta
Complications During Pregnancy
The complications during pregnancy differ in each pregnant woman. It can be mild or severe. Some women may experience complication during pregnancy. Complications are the health problems of the mom or the baby that occur during pregnancy. Some common complications that mom and fetus may experience during pregnancy are: High Blood Pressure: High blood pressure or hypertension is a complication of the pregnant woman that affects the baby. High blood pressure can cause other complications like preeclampsia and gestational diabetes which affects both mom and the child. Before delivery, tell your doctor clearly about your medical history and if you had high blood pressure earlier. High blood pressure is a serious complication that should be treated. Anemia: Anemia is a condition that occurs if the normal number of healthy red blood cells is lower. Women with anemia can feel more tiredness or will be more weak. Iron and folic acid supplements are given to women with anemia. You need to include diet which is high in iron. Proper treatments should be taken to maintain the normal level of healthy red blood cells. Gestational Diabetes: Gestational diabetes is a complication during pregnancy that may lead to high blood sugar levels. Gestational […]
What you need to know about C-Section?
What is C-Section? A c-section or cesarean section is the delivery of the baby using surgery. A C-section is recommended if a vaginal birth is not possible or if it is not safe. What are the Causes of C-Section? A C-Section is usually done when: There is any complication in delivery. If you have any problem with placenta. If the mom’s health condition is very bad. If the mom had a previous cesarean. If you have infections in the birth canal. If it is a premature birth. If there is multiple pregnancy. If there is excessive vaginal bleeding. If there is any complication in the size or position of the baby. If the labor is not progressing. Is C-Section safe? In usual cases C-section is safe for both mom and baby. If there is any problem, C-section can be complicated. Some of the risks of c-section include: Excessive Bleeding Infection – There is chance of getting infection on wounds or womb in c-section. Blood clots in legs is commonly seen after C-section. In some cases there is a risk of small cuts on the baby. Normally with experienced doctors, you might not face such issues. Why do I need C-Section? […]