Prenatal Kundalini Yoga
Come breathe, chant, and move with your baby in our new Monday afternoon Prenatal Kundalini Yoga classes with Demetria Jackson.
These 90-minute classes offer moms-to-be a safe, simple and effective yoga and meditation experience designed to strengthen, relax and help you fall in love with your rapidly changing body, all while preparing you for a conscious birthing process. Pregnant women in all stages of pregnancy are welcome. No previous yoga experience is required.
Date & Time
Prenatal 4-Class Series (November 2017)
Mondays, 12:00 – 1:30 pm
with Demetria Jackson
Pricing & Registration
$80 + HST for 4 Classes (November 2017)
$25 + HST drop-in
Scholarships are available for those in need, email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Register For November 2017
Interested in taking classes in December 2017? Join our waiting list. Once 6 ladies have signed up, we’ll be able to add classes to our weekly schedule.
Join Our December 2017 Waitlist
What To Expect
Each class incorporates breathing exercises (pranayama), dancing & movement (kriya), hand postures (mudras), chanting (mantras) and eye focus (dristhi) to help you connect deeply to your baby and build awareness of your own mind, body and spirit.
Above all else, these classes provide moms-to-be with an opportunity to connect, share, nurture and support each other on this amazing journey of motherhood.
About The Teacher
Demetria Jackson is a body empowerment coach and plus-sized, trauma sensitive, Kundalini Yoga instructor, who is passionate about creating and holding space for people who are learning how to come home to, and make peace with, their body. In all of her classes, Demetria creates a grounding, consent-based and shame-free atmosphere that gives you permission to explore your body at whatever depth feels safe for you. Frequently working with beginners, clients in larger bodies and clients with a variety of bodily constraints and disabilities, Demetria loves to show others how to use props and modifications to support their practice and work with their unique body, rather than against it.
Committed to breaking down the barriers to accessing yoga, Demetria regularly offers free/by donation classes, yoga in youth shelters and works with Freeing the Human Spirit and the John Howard Society to share this transformative practice with men in Toronto Detention Centres.
Demetria is known for her high-vibe playlists and soulful classes that open the heart centre and challenge the body and the mind giving her students the opportunity to release blocks, heal themselves and experience radical transformation. To learn more, visit www.demetriajackson.com.