PRENATAL YOGA CLASSES
Shahar's prenatal Yoga classes have earned her a revered reputation among her clients and colleagues. Her classes are unique in their pairing of physical challenges with grounding and emotional stabilization exercises. You will be able to design a routine appropriate for your pregnant body and mind and it will boost you with confidence inside and out. This class is open to all levels.
Saturday 10:45am-12noon at Kula Yoga Project (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
Sunday 9am-10:15am at Now Yoga (Astor Place, Manhattan)
Sunday 11:30am-12:45pm at Kula Yoga Project (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
Wednesday 10:00am-11:15am at Kula Yoga Project (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
Postnatal Project is a combination of postnatal yoga and emotional support for women in their first year postpartum. In this group, you will have the opportunity to explore any physical or emotional topics that you might have such as mood changes, back-to-work challenges, sex after birth, functional movement and much more. In addition, postnatal will help you to regain your strength and flexibility after birth efficiently with sequences that can be done with little ones in tow. This class is an opportunity to meet other moms, recharge you with energy and develop simple routine that can be done at home or at work.
Wednesday 11:30am-12:30pm at Kula Yoga Project (Williamsburg, Brooklyn)
"I looked forward to that time each week to connect. For myself, with my babe, and with other moms. Shahar creates a beautiful environment for this. She also catered each class to the needs of the mother's in the room - as week by week our individual needs changed." - Meredith Haberfeld, client
“Attending Shahar’s prenatal yoga classes has become a ritual of mine since becoming pregnant. I am learning amazing breathing techniques to help my mind and body prepare for birth and enjoy the communal elements to her class. Not wanting my partner to miss out on the experience, we both recently attended her Birth 101 class. We both walked away from the class feeling more confident in what’s to come and supportive of one another during this amazing time of being pregnant.” Monica H., client