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Yoga For Your Post-Pregnancy Body

If yoga helped you to stay active during pregnancy, you might be wondering if postnatal yoga can help you now you’ve had your baby. In this article we’ll look at the key changes to your body after pregnancy, followed by some solutions that yoga can offer. Change: Saggy tummy and weak abdominal muscles. Your growing [...]

WIN The Ultimate Pregnancy Package worth over $600!!

Mother Nurture Yoga has teamed up with our friends at Smiley Organics and Cindy Cavanagh photography to offer the Ultimate Pregnancy Package - a bundle worth $600!! The Ultimate Pregnancy Package consists of: Three month Unlimited Pass to attend Mother Nurture Pregnancy Yoga classes at one of their 7 studio locations worth $219 plus their popular [...]

Bonding With Your Bump

Seeing your bub on the ultrasound screen and feeling those first fluttery movements are magical moments that make it all start to seem real! Beginning the process of bonding with your baby is an important part of your journey into motherhood. But how can you actually go about doing it before your baby is born? [...]

Five Surprising Uses for a Fitness Ball

I’m sure you’ve seen them, but maybe you’ve wondered what on earth you’re meant to do with them? Also called a Birth Ball and a Swiss Ball, you can usually pick these up in Coles, Woollies, Kmart, Rebel Sport etc. With multiple uses during pregnancy, labour and post-natally, this will be the best $15 you [...]

10 Australian Pregnancy Books You Should Read

I admit that What to Expect When You’re Expecting is sitting on my bookshelf, and I too laughed along when reading Up the Duff. These are popular pregnancy books and do provide some good information, but it’s useful to read a bit more widely, particularly when it comes to preparing for birth. Try to get your [...]

7 Simple Tips for Healthy Eating During Pregnancy

We all know healthy eating during pregnancy is important – after all your baby is relying on you for their nutrition. There’s loads of advice out there about what to eat or not eat when you’re pregnant but it can easily become quite confusing. Here’s our 7 simple tips to eating healthily for two: Tip [...]

Tiny Teachers – What My Babies Have Taught Me About Life

You dress them, feed them and ultimately, give them the education, values and skills they need for adulthood. But it’s not a one-way street. If you can see through the haze of sleep deprivation, somewhere between the witching hour and the peacefully sleeping baby there are some valuable life lessons to be learnt. Although I [...]

The Birth Story of Indira Charlotte Bagga

Born at 8:28pm on Sunday 24 July 2016 Watch the video here.  Throughout this pregnancy I’d had it in my mind that Indira would be born at exactly 40 weeks, on Monday 25 July. Monday felt like a good day to have a baby and 25 July is my sister’s birthday. The pregnancy had gone [...]

Namaste

In studios all around the world, yogis bring their hands together at their heart centre in Namaste gesture. Literally translated, Namaste means “I bow to you”. But have you ever thought about the deeper significance? When we make the Namaste gesture, we are saying: “The divine in me recognises the divine in you and acknowledges that [...]

When Birth Doesn’t Go According To Plan

I love hearing the birth stories from the ladies who attend my Prenatal Yoga classes but too often I am told about things that went ‘wrong’, and I hear that wistful note in a new mother’s voice: “It wasn’t quite how it was ‘meant’ to go”. In our society, we are told that ‘a healthy [...]