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Postnatal/Mommy & Me Yoga now offered 3 times a week!

March 29, 2011

More time for you and your little one… Postnatal/Mommy & Me Yoga classes will now be offered on Saturdays at 2:45pm with Clare Friedrich starting April 16th!

Sangha’s Postnatal Yoga classes focus on rejuvenating your body after childbirth though a flowing asana sequence while connecting with your newest addition in a playful and safe environment for babies. Rebuild strength and core needed to repair the abdominal muscles and pelvic floor stretched during pregnancy & labor. Learn baby yoga exercises to strengthen growing muscles, aid in digestion, promote better sleeping patterns, and help your infant towards their next stages of development.

Postnatal/Mommy & Me Yoga Schedule:

Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:45-11:45am

Saturdays 2:45-3:45pm

Click here to view our full schedule (including kids and family yoga classes!)

Meet Clare:

Clare recently moved to New York from Madison, WI where she worked as an educational planner for an architecture firm and taught yoga, pilates and meditation. In her new big city, she works as an education consultant for the Department of Education, teaching yoga and health advisories to middle and high school students and teachers.

Practicing yoga for over a decade, Clare’s true passion was sparked while living in Mongolia as a Peace Corps volunteer. Yoga became a personal endeavor and a community event, bringing friends together for weekend asanas and pancakes. The strength and mindfulness discovered in Mongolia has carried her through countless challenges. Specializing in teaching individuals with special yoga needs, Clare loves to work with students during exceptional times of their lives. She is a certified prenatal instructor, and has trained and worked with children and adults with autism, clients with multiple sclerosis, and aging populations. She also works as a holistic health coach, working primarily with teens and busy teachers.

Clare practices and values care of the body, mind, and spirit – knowing that each supports the health of the others. To Clare, living a full and responsible life is also about valuing and encouraging the spirit of humanity in the larger community.

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