Yoga for Pregnancy, Labor & Birth
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This best thing about the DVD is s that it's so approachable to do just a half hour in your living room and immediately feel better. I also like it that the pregnant women in the video are not little skinny pregnant women -- they are full and fleshy. The production value is also much better than the other (Australian) yoga video I picked up.
#1 - Yoga for Pregnancy Labor & Birth with Colette Crawford
I did this today and it really relaxed my body and mind (which I needed as my 3 and 5 year old were running around the house doing crazy things). It's very simple and straightforward and anyone can do it. I feel motivated after doing it and so many pressures are gone. As mentioned in some of the other reviews the girls in it aren't super skinny and that is kind of nice sometimes. She talks a lot about breathing, being in the moment, and just knowing your body. I would recommend this to anyone who just needs some time to learn to relax and do some great stretching to help with aches and pains!
#2 - Pilates During Pregnancy with Niece Pecenka
All I can say is - wow! My legs are out of shape.Read more ›
This DVD is great for relaxing. The poses are very easy and it moves at a great pace. My sciatica problems have been reduced and other aches and pains have gone away.
"Whatever that means"? It sounded like she was avoiding being judgmental toward a baby being "bad" for getting in the "wrong" position or something like that. Since there IS such a thing as an ideal position for birth (head down, occiput anterior, etc.), and yoga positioning is really good at getting babies there, the "whatever that means" seemed really funny. Of course a well-positioned baby isn't a better person than a mal-positioned one, but it will come out a heck of a lot more easily, and isn't that part of what we're doing the yoga for?
Overall, I enjoyed using the DVD and it was a good purchase, but that element was bothersome to me. Likely it wouldn't be to most women.
Update: I am now in my eighth month of pregnancy and this video is more the right pace at this stage. Its neither too easy nor too hard.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Terrible terrible condition. The dvd was obviously burned and was not the original copy. It was also burned in fast forward so the voices are chipmunk voices and exercises fly by. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I like the DVD! Shipped quickly, and has normal looking pregnant ladies as guides, which is nice!Published 13 months ago by lolo
My wife didn't like this yoga DVD. She found the talking throughout the exercises distracting and a bit annoying.Published 14 months ago by Steven Evergreen
I would recommend this video highly for pregnancy. I slept much better and felt more comfortable after doing this through two pregnancies. Read morePublished 17 months ago by C. Jones
I'd never done yoga before my first pregnancy, but I found this extremely doable and liked that it has specific poses/actions for specific areas. Read morePublished on January 10, 2014 by DCer
THIS VIDEO IS A MUST FOR EXPECTING MOMS WHO NEED A RELIEF FROM THE EVERYDAY DISCOMFORTS THAT CAN ACCOMPANY PREGNANCY. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by SLUA
Started doing this yoga at 35 weeks and it was gentle and kind to my body. It helped me calmly prepare for labor. Not over strenuous and felt good to stretch.Published on March 14, 2013 by Abby Road