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Rajashree's Pregnancy Yoga Paperback – June 9, 2015
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Born in Kolkata (Calcutta) India, living in Los Angeles since the age of 18, Rajashree began her journey at the age of 4 and was a 5 time winner at the National India Yoga Championship. She is certified in Hatha Yoga Therapy for Chronic diseases and is a strong advocate for the mind/body connection that yoga practitioners enjoy. Rajashree currently teaches yoga and teacher training at Bikram World Headquarters in Los Angeles. She travels all over the world leading seminars and workshops on pregnancy, women’s health and their spiritual/mental well being. “Yoga means union. May yoga unite you with yourself, your breath, your body and the new life you are creating.” -Rajashree
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Each posture is broken down to help you understand the changes that can occur while pregnant.
Listening to your body is a must, but this sequence will provide wonderful benefit during and after pregnancy!
Blessings to you Rajashree!!!!
She basically uses Bikram's standard set (which I love) and modifies about three poses, deletes a handful, and adds some. The ones deleted are those done on the belly or which put pressure on the belly; the modified ones generally involve putting your knees apart to allow room for your belly. I think the poses are held for a shorter time than Bikram's too. The new poses are just a few to replace the stomach poses.
The audio track that comes with it is useful for playing again and again; it isn't so slow that it gets annoying on successive repetitions.
I want to add one things I really think she should have mentioned: when you are pregnant, your tendons and ligaments loosen up a lot. It is very easy to overextend and overstretch. Do not strain when you are doing the poses.
I think this is a great buy for anyone who already enjoys Bikram's Yoga and wants to continue doing it safely while in the second and third trimester.