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 | May 2021
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 and receive a special journal to record your yoga journey!
Led by Tamisha and Kela, classes are held on the following Saturdays from 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm EST: 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 and 6/5 and with the options to take it in-person or virtually!
Cost: $77 | Click here to register
Q: What happens if I have to miss a class?
A: 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: Yoga for Beginners, Yoga for Stiff Joints, Yin Yoga, Relax, Relate, Release, Sankofa Stretch + Flow or Sankofa Deep Stretch OR use the credit later after baby has arrived!
"[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