Prenatal Yoga Classes

Yoga for Expecting Mothers, at Awaken Yoga

with

Jenna Hull Prenatal Yoga
Jenna Hull

RYT-200 &
Certified Prenatal Yoga Teacher

Join Jenna for our tailor-made classes & workshops that will help you prepare for the arrival of your little one!

Prenatal Yoga FAQ

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Jenna’s Pregnancy, Childbirth & Motherhood Newsletter

Weekly Prenatal Yoga Classes, starting June 11th!

Prenatal Packages:

10 classes: $120 (9 month expiration, no refunds, no exchanges) – Buy Now!
5 classes: $65 (75 day expiration, no refunds, no exchanges) – Buy Now!
Drop-in: $15 – Sign Up!

Prenatal Massage

Table Massage: 
30 minutes, $70
60 minutes, $125
Book an Appointment with Pandora Dana!

My breech baby flipped! She is head down and in position! Thanks so much for all your support throughout the prenatal yoga series! I really enjoyed the class and can’t wait to come back for the Baby & Me class! - Leah, first time mama

Jennifer Langsdale, founder, owner and director of Awaken Yoga
Jennifer Langsdale

E-RYT, Inner Wisdom® Founder & Practitioner, Thai Massage Therapist

Work with Jennifer throughout your pregnancy and beyond for a more balanced motherhood transition.

Prepare for the arrival of your baby with our

Prenatal Private Yoga Sessions: $60

With Jennifer Langsdale
Enjoy a specifically designed 50 minute practice for your aches, pains and focused needs to help you relax in your pre-mama body or to prepare you for birth! Jennifer is a yoga teacher as well as a doula.

 

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postnatal-private-yogaGet the support you need after pregnancy with our

Postnatal Private Yoga Sessions: $60

With Jennifer Langsdale
Do you have a lot of aches and pains from your last pregnancy? Did you know you are considered to be postnatal for up to 1-2 years after birth/breast feeding? Many women suffer from their bodies not being quite right after birth due to many factors that can happen in labor. Take this specially-tailored-to-you session to help you deal with your postnatal issues connected to physical discomfort, mental strain, depression, anxiety, stress, or just the need to be take care of.

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Prenatal yoga was instrumental in early labor. I used both breath and movement to manage the pain. In birth, yoga played a big role too as I kept repeating the mantra “my body knows how to give birth, my baby knows how to be born!” It was very reassuring to me. - Kristen, first time mama