Prenatal yoga: Modified thunderbolt pose

Prenatal yoga: Modified thunderbolt pose

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Prenatal yoga is a great way to stay in shape during pregnancy. These exercises will teach you how to breathe deeply and relax, which will come in handy during labor, childbirth, and motherhood. In this video, you will learn how to do the modified thunderbolt pose during pregnancy.

The modified thunderbolt pose is considered safe during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy. Listen to your body and stop if any posture causes discomfort. Always seek the advice of your doctor regarding your individual physical readiness before starting any fitness program.

Learn more about the benefits of prenatal yoga and some important safety precautions.

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For the modified thunderbolt pose, bend forward, using your hands to balance yourself on the floor.

Raise your hips, and curl your toes so you come onto the balls of your feet, then rest your hips back down on your heels.

Now place your hands on your thighs with your palms down. Breathe gently. Sit in this position for as long as is comfortable.

To release, gently bend forward again and uncurl your toes, kneeling down to sit back on your feet.

Relax your arms, and focus on your breathing.


Last updated: February 2020

Watch the video: Prenatal Yoga Class - Five Parks Yoga (May 2022).