PRENATAL YOGA: Prepare your body and mind for the birth of your child with prenatal yoga classes with Hilary Scribner. Meet other pregnant women in the Richmond area to create a community of support throughout your pregnancy, birth, and beyond.
Sundays: 1:30 – 2:45 pm
Tuesdays: 5:45 - 7:00pm
8 Classes to be attended within 60 days: $112
MOM&BABY/PRENATAL COMBINED YOGA: Get to know other moms and moms-to-be while you prepare your body and mind for motherhood. This class will focus on strengthening, stress release, and community building. A dynamic class for women in any stage of pregnancy and those with babies 6 weeks to crawling.
5 Classes to be attended within 45 days: $60
YOGA FOR BIRTH: A COUPLES WORKSHOP:
Join other couples in this fun and informative workshop that sets the foundation to cultivate awareness in your birthing body and connect with your partner.
Together we will...
-practice breath and relaxation techniques
-participate in gentle partner yoga, moving and relaxing together
-learn various partner-assisted labor and birth positions
No yoga experience needed for either partner.
We offer the Yoga for Birth Workshop on a regular basis. Check our Series & Workshops page for current offerings of this workshop.
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Call Hilary at 3 10-488-3920, or email her at email@example.com.
Hilary discovered the joy of yoga during the nine years she spent living in Los Angeles. It was the pregnancy and birth of her first child in 2011 that led her to pursue formal teacher training. She found her practice to be an amazing gift as she prepared for birth and adjusted to motherhood and wanted to share the benefits with others. While living on the west coast, she had the opportunity to learn from amazing teachers and her teaching style draws from a variety of inspiration.
Hilary is also a formally-trained birth doula and feels passionately about supporting women through empowered birth. She brings her vast knowledge of pregnancy and birth to her classes and particularly enjoys the community that prenatal yoga creates. Prior to transitioning to yoga, birth and motherhood full-time, she taught elementary school for 6 years and has a Masters in education.