Mummy and Me Yoga Inspired Playgroups | Generation Yogi

  

Mummy and Me – Yoga Inspired Playgroups

Generation Yogi’s Playgroup with a Twist combines the principles of yoga and playgroup to benefit both you and your baby in a welcoming, friendly environment. No yoga experience needed.

“Playgroup with a twist has been my first mums group, and bubs and I have really enjoyed it. We look forward to it every week. I find Yoga is starting to help with back and hip pain since carrying and birthing bubs. And bubs loves the singing and dancing.” Tara

Together with a group of mums and bubs from your community, you will be guided on an 8 week journey to:

  • Strengthen your body after birth
    Through a sequence of targeted yoga poses focused on improving your pelvic floor and core abdominal strength and stretches to relieve tension in your lower back, neck and shoulders.
  • Share a bonding experience with your bubba
    Through baby massage, action songs, socialisation, smiles and dancing, your bubba’s development will be enriched by being engaged and involved throughout each class.
  • Share experiences with other mums
    With dedicated time each class to simply chat, offer tips and tricks, ask for advice or give us an update on your babies latest – teething, sleeping, eating.
  • Learn about the 8 limbs of yoga and how to apply them to your journey of motherhood
    With a different topic each week you will be introduced to the 5 moral ethics of how we respond to the world around us, 5 personal observances around how we treat ourselves, the power of breath, the physical practice of yoga, mindfulness, focus and concentration, and meditation which, when practiced regularly brings inner peace.

“I look forward for my special one on one time with my youngest while working on myself.” Stephani

Treat yourself and your baby this term by joining a course near you.

Locations

  • NEW CLASSES at Peak Wellbeing – Richmond
  • Jubilee Community Centre – Wynn Vale
  • Ingle Farm Children’s Centre
  • Surrey Downs Community Centre

Classes

  • Mummy and Me classes are suitable for 10 months – 3 years
  • Mums and Bubs classes for bubbas 4-9 months old

“I have loved attending Playgroup with a twist. It has been a great bonding experience with my baby, and it has been fantastic to get out and meet other mums. I really enjoyed learning the different principles of yoga and how good it made my body feel.” Lauren

All Generation Yogi venues are nursing and nappy friendly so mums can attend to their babies needs as required.

Prerequisites: You must have clearance from your doctor post 6 weeks from delivery date, ensuring that there are no complications and you have been given the all-clear for exercise after birth.

Generation Yogi has partnered with Ingle Farm Children’s Centre and City of Tea Tree Gully to offer some courses at a subsidised rate for families experiencing financial difficulty. Contact info@generationyogi.com.au for more information.

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the Generation Yogi website or follow their Facebook page

What:     Mums & Bubs Yoga Classes

When:    Please visit the Generation Yogi website for dates and times

Where:   4 locations around Adelaide – Richmond, Wynn Vale, Ingle Farm, Surrey Downs

Who:      Mums and Bubs (See ages above)

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

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