Welcome to Sankofa's Prenatal Community! Unique and carefully-crafted, our program operates in a cohort model so students can increase optimal benefits, receive a better grasp of the class + to engage in community. 

Prenatal Yoga | 4-Week Series 

From your physical body to your emotional state, prenatal yoga is a key ingredient to a healthy, happy pregnancy. Prenatal yoga supports your changing body and is also designed to help prepare for labor, childbirth and postpartum experience. Join our prenatal yoga community with other expectant mamas and birth workers where we create a safe place to share your excitement, worries, and other emotions surrounding your pregnancy. 


  • Helps build strength and stamina

  • Improves circulation, swelling and inflammation

  • Regulates breathing

  • Helps with nausea, acid reflux, indigestion and migraines

  • Increases blood circulation to pelvis floor to create a sense of opening

  • Builds immunity and strength which helps with the birthing process

  • Deeper connection to body and breath

Led by Kela, classes are held on Saturdays from 1pm - 2:15 pm EST with the options to take it in-person or virtually! 


  • October 1 - October 22, 2022 (this is the final cohort of 2022

Cost: $77 for the series | Click here to register

NOTE: Prenatal Yoga Classes are not included in our Yoga Studio Membership, One Month Special, or 2-Week Special 



Q: I've never taken yoga class before. Can I attend?

A: Of course! 90% of students who enroll in Prenatal Yoga are experiencing yoga for the very first time.

Q: What happens if I have to miss a class?

A: ​No worries; we have options! Because this class is also offered virtually, you will have access to recordings! For those who prefer in-person class, you can replace it by attending one of our prenatal friendly classes held throughout the week: Meditation, Yoga for Stress Relief + Deep Rest, Yoga for Beginners​, Yoga for Stiff Joints, Yin Yoga, Relax, Relate, Release, Stretch + Flow or Sankofa Deep Stretch.  Replacement classes must be redeemed within 30 days.

Q: Who can attend this class? Can my partner attend?

A: This class is for the pregnant person.

Q: How much does the series cost? How can I register?

A: The series cost $77. Click here to register.

Q: I registered for class. Now what?

A: Congratulations! We are excited to meet you :) You will receive an email a few days prior to the class proving class details, a link to join our Group Chat, and a Prenatal Yoga Intake Form.

Q: How do I attend the class in-studio?

A:  If you are attending class in-studio, you will need a yoga mat, water and props (we will provide yoga blankets and blocks, if you don't have your own). We will be physically distanced more than 6-feet apart, sanitizing stations are in every corner, and there will be no hands on assist

Q: How do I attend the class virtually?

A: If you are joining us virtually, you will receive a link via FitGrid 30-minutes prior to class starting. The class is streamed via Zoom, so all you have to do is open up your email and click "stream." You will need: Yoga mat, Yoga blankets (or you can grab blankets around your house), and Yoga bolster -- click here to purchase (or you can use lots of pillows around your house)


"[I] loved that the curriculum called out specific issues like insomnia, indigestion, stress, etc. --all of which are all of the issues that I've seen come up for me personally and had no idea how to combat or deal with. I've been able to use the poses at home to help whenever issues arise. In this trimester I've suffered from insomnia just about every week. Tamisha showed me a breathing technique that has been super helpful during the late nights/early mornings.  The program and in-person sessions also have helped with my overall strength which I know will be important for delivery and recovery after birth. I absolutely love the in-person sessions, I've had to switch my workouts to low impact and this is perfect for where I am in my pregnancy. I leave feeling like I've had a good workout and it feels amazing to get my body moving."

~Shantelle Dockett, 36-weeks pregnant