M.K. asks from Hurst, TX on February 29, 2008
C.M. answers from Dallas on February 29, 2008
There is a prenatal yoga class at Gentle Beginnings Birth Center in Hurst. They are located right off of Harwood Road on Harwood Court. Right now they are meeting on Monday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30. It's very reasonably priced too. You can call them at ###-###-#### if you're interested.
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A.D. answers from Dallas on March 01, 2008
I realize it's not the closest to Hurst but Divine Yoga Center in Southlake at the border of Southlake and Keller on 1709 offers prenatal classes with their Beginner Yoga 101 classes. Their website is www.divineyogacenter.com
L.G. answers from Dallas on March 01, 2008
I found these two on the web. Main St. Yoga at 115 E. Main St., Grand Prairie, TX, Phone No. ###-###-#### and Moda Salon & Spa - Main location is 6318 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, Phone no. ###-###-#### and the Satellite location is at 4001 Arlington Highlands Blvd, Suite 123, Arlington, TX. The website for Moda Salon & Spa is modasalonandspa.com.
Hope one of these is what you are looking for.
N.G. answers from Dallas on March 01, 2008
I also would love to find one in Grand Prairie.
K.M. answers from Jackson on March 01, 2008
i did yoga through my whole pregnancy, yes til the day i delivered. i went to the 24 hour over in bedford. honestly it i don't think it matters, who you go to. just when you go let them know how far you are and they will tell you what things you should avoid. there is a lady there her in is rochelle she is awesome.they have yoga morning noon and night. the only bad thing is after the child is born you can't go back there until the baby is 6months old. check you local ymca too.they offer a lot of yoga classes and the kids club is awesome for your 4 year old. every yogi is going to be different when they tell you what you can and can't do during pregnancy. becasue there are so many varieties taught. if you are just getting into it or if you've been doing it a while just listen to your body.
women get so scared about exercise when they are pregnant. but to me it makes sense, because i don't know if you have been through labor but it is really hard and you need a lot of strength and you don't get that strength by taking leisurely walks everyday. i had a c-section with my first and a natural (epidural)with my second.
i think the yoga really helped me. when you take the classes focus on the breathing, it helped me so much. plus when you are big and you try and get into some of those positions you have to learn how to breath in order to do that, same thing when labor starts it will give you something to focus on.
i am a mother of a 4y/o boy and 5month old boy. married to my husband of 6 years and fitness is definitely a passion of mine.