All pre and postnatal classes incorporate physical and mental practices that help elevate your mood, invigorate your body and sharpen your mind. Get in touch if you would like to discuss a 1-2-1 session or a private group with your fellow mums-to-be or new mums! Our sessions are taught in a friendly environment and offer the perfect opportunity to prepare for labour, or get back in touch with your body after birth. 

Esther Abrey is our specialist in all things baby yoga, information on her regular classes taking place at our Howbery Park space can be found below, you can book directly with her here.

Pre Natal

Pregnancy Yoga

Suitable from 12-weeks, Esther's pregnancy yoga classes aim to support you and your incredible body to stretch, nurture and relax, sharing breathwork and postures to support you both in your pregnancy journey, and prepare for your birthing experience.

Mondays 12.15pm ~ 1 hour
Online and in-person
Recordings available weekly

Post Natal Yoga

Baby Yoga
Esther's Mum & Baby yoga classes are suitable from  Dr's sign off at 6 weeks (12 weeks caesarean birth) to when baby is on the move.

Postnatal yoga to support you in your postnatal journey - stretching, stabilising, recovering, reconnecting with your incredible postnatal body, strengthening, all while supporting your pelvic floor, and including little one in our practices.

Tuesdays 10.30am ~ 1 hour
Videos to support also provided on booking

Mama Yoga

mum and baby yoga
Perfect for when your little one is on the move and you have completed postnatal yoga.

Postnatal conscious yoga where little one is also welcome. This is more of a general yoga class (though conscious of postnatal bodies - fun fact - it takes around 2-3 years for your awesome body to recover) where little ones are welcome.

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Hopefully you’ve found what you’re looking for? If you’re still a little unsure of which session is best for you, reach out to us and we’ll be happy to point you in the right direction.

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Yoga Class FAQs

We provide mats free of charge, which are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. If you have your own yoga mat, you are absolutely welcome to bring it along. Some students prefer to use their own, or double up for extra padding.  

Bring some water with you to stay hydrated throughout class. 

We provide any equipment you might need, such as bricks, blocks, bolsters and straps. 

Wear comfortable clothing that you can move and stretch in.  Bring something to keep you warm when you slow down in relaxation. Barefoot or socks with grips on are best for practicing yoga, shoes can be left in the entrance corridor.

In Yoga we spend some time upside down so we recommend fitted clothing to avoid loose clothing falling down or get in the way.  

We’re located next to a large building which has changing facilities, showers and toilets. This space is not attached to the studio, so best to visit before you check in for class. The facilities are located inside the Innovation Centre, the large grey building next to the studio. 


We’re located on Howbery Business Park which has plenty of free parking available. Please make sure you park within a bay and that you're not blocking anyone else's vehicle.   

We recommend that you leave at least two hours between a main meal and attending class. Digestion of food requires energy and when you do yoga straight after a meal, your energy goes to the muscles you’re exercising and the body can’t digest the food properly.

If you’re hungry before class, try keep it light - a banana for example.

Take a look at our location instructions before you set off. The studio is not signposted on the business park, so without directions we can be a little tricky to find. 

Give yourself plenty of time so you can relax before class begins. Arriving at the studio 10 minutes before class starts is perfect.


Most teachers won't mind if you’re a few minutes late, we understand it happens sometimes. Try slip in quietly so as not to disturb other students.

If it's more than 5 minutes you may have missed too much of the warm up and it may not be safe for you to practice.

If you have a health condition, please check with your doctor or health professional before starting yoga. 

Many people practice yoga to help manage their health conditions. There are many different types of classes which suit different health needs and can also be adapted and modified for injuries. However, if you have a medical condition or injury we recommend that you speak to us in advance, so we can advise you before you attend.

If you are pregnant, check with your doctor or health professional before starting yoga. 

If you have never done yoga before, the general recommendation is to not start during the first three months of pregnancy, since your body isn’t used to it. If you’ve had a regular yoga practice for a while, you can continue. But there are some poses to avoid, please contact us in advance so we can advise you before you attend class. We also run pregnancy yoga courses that you may like to attend.  

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