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What can and can't pregnant women do in yoga ?

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posted Mar 28 by Archana.s

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Practicing in a heated room is the number one component to avoid in a yoga class, as getting over-heated can fry the baby's neurons. Lying on the back can shut off blood to the baby and lying on the stomach can compress the baby. Inversions are not a great idea as your weight is different when pregnant then when you weren't, so your center of balance is easily thrown off. I have seen pregnant women fall and its not fun for the mother or the baby.

answer Mar 29 by Nikitha C.n
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