Exercise in Pregnancy


Walking

  • Regular walk during pregnancy can make you strong and have lots of endurance when it is time for delivery.
  • Pregnancy can come with lots of aches and pains, walking can boost your overall circulation and strengthen your important abdominal muscles.
  • A 20 – 30 minute walk will keep the excess pregnancy weight in check
  • It help you sleep better at night.

Butterfly Exercise

  • It help to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles
  • It helps to stretch out the areas in your inner thighs and groin and helps to open up your hips, which will help you during delivery.
  • This posture also aids proper digestion thereby providing relief to pregnant women who suffer from heartburns and digestive disorders during pregnancy.

Squats

  • It helps to increase your Pelvic floor muscle strength.
  • It also Prevent Back & Pelvic Pain.
  • It helps you Prepare for your labour.
  • It helps you to make Birth Positions stronger

Exercise for strengthening your back

  • It can help you stay fit, relaxed.
  • It helps you prepare for labor.
  • It can help ease some of the aches and pains you might be experiencing.

Duck Walk

  • It Promotes Ankle Strength
  • It increases your Stamina
  • It increases Flexibility Of Your Body.
  • It is beneficial During Pregnancy
  • It strengthens the muscles of the buttocks, hips, and thighs.

Downward Dog

  • It reverses the flow of blood, which brings fresh oxygen rich blood to the brain, helping you to renew energy and improve concentration.
  • It stimulates the lymphatic system which plays a key part in removing toxins and keeping the immune system healthy.
  • It calms the nervous system creating feelings of balance and calm.
  • Some inversions may also help to improve digestion, balance hormones, stimulate the throat chakra, and can help promote a sleep.

Pigeon Pose

  • The pigeon pose creates a deep hip and thigh stretch.
  • It is ideal for releasing tension in the hips and lower back.
  • The pose can also be used in a sequence with other restorative poses.
  • It should be held for a few minutes at a time using lots of props for maximum support.