Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga Program from @SharpHealthcare

Whether you’re expecting or just had your baby, Sharp HealthCare offers prenatal and postnatal yoga programs to help you improve your sleep, reduce stress and anxiety, increase strength and much more.

I found yoga to be very beneficial both while pregnant and once baby was here. It gave me time to relax and enjoy myself as well as thank my body for all of the work it was doing.

And postnatal classes gave me an excuse to get out of the house and make new mom friends after I had my son. Plus the instructors were so knowledgeable about positions and technique that I never felt like I couldn’t ask questions.

Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga at Sharp

Prenatal Yoga Classes

Are you expecting? Register for our prenatal yoga class designed specifically for expecting moms (at least 12 weeks pregnant) with a mix of traditional hatha yoga modified for pregnancy.

Sharp’s Prenatal Yoga classes encourage stretching, focused breathing and mental centering and increases strength, flexibility and endurance — all techniques that you will need during labor and that will help with recovery after childbirth.

Plus, regular yoga practice can reduce swelling, back and leg pain and insomnia.

Prenatal Yoga is offered Tuesday and Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. To register for this class or for more information, visit Prenatal Yoga Classes.

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Baby and Me Postnatal Yoga Classes

New moms (four to six weeks postpartum), caregivers of newborns and babies up to nine months of age are invited to join our Baby and Me Yoga classes. Babies are included in the yoga practice to help you bond with your baby while exercising too.

Baby and Me Yoga is offered on Tuesdays from 10-11 am. To register for this class or for more information, visit Baby and Me Yoga Classes.


$100 for eight sessions (can be used in combination of Prenatal Yoga and Baby and Me Yoga).


Sharp Home Health Office — Lobby Level
8080 Dagget St.
San Diego, CA 92111

Baby and Me Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga Classes at Sharp

For More OBGYN, Pregnancy and Childbirth Information

To learn about Sharp’s pregnancy and childbirth-related services, visit San Diego OBGYN, Pregnancy and Childbirth Care or call 1-800-82-SHARP (1-800-827-4277), Monday through Friday, 8 am to 6 pm.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.

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  1. What a great program, I am going to have to do some checking and see if we have a class like this in our area.
    Anne Younger recently posted…13 Weeks 2 DaysMy Profile

  2. We have some programs like this around here too. It is so nice! Cute babies in your photos.

  3. I love yoga, its such a great destressor! I’ll be looking into this!
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  4. I wish I did this with my little one. He is two now and a wild man. We could have used the destress time.

  5. I wish we had somewhere like this that was closer 🙂 I would so love to be able to do this with #3!
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  6. This looks great, I like the idea of bringing baby to yoga!
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  7. What a great program. I love the idea of having the baby there with you when doing the yoga. That was my biggest problem with starting anything. Never had anyone to watch my baby.

    BTW. Love the last photo, that baby is too cute.
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  8. Great info! Yoga is one of the few forms of exercise I have stuck with throughout the years.
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  9. I’ve done yoga once in my entire 30 years of life. In fact, I was 9 months pregnant and went into labor three days later!!! I would love to get back into yoga after #3 is here!
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  10. I love yoga, and the restorative poses are soooo good for my pregnant body!
    The Maven recently posted…Things you never say to a pregnant woman. EVER.My Profile

  11. I have bee wanting to get into Yoga, but always feel intimidated. I love the sound of this though!
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