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Incorporating Yoga and Hypnobirthing into Everyday Life

As a busy mum, the juggle between work, family, and self-care can often feel like an unending balancing act. Yet, finding moments of tranquility and self-nourishment is vital, especially when expecting a child.


Yoga and hypnobirthing, two holistic approaches, can empower mums-to-be on their journey and help manage stress. Here are some practical tips on how to incorporate these practices into your everyday life.


Yoga for Mums: Embrace Flexibility and Serenity

Yoga is more than just physical exercise; it's a philosophy that encourages physical, mental, and emotional balance. Here's how you can make it work in your busy life:

  1. Short Sessions: You don't need an hour on the mat to reap the benefits. Even 10-15 minutes of yoga can invigorate your body and mind. Find quick routines tailored for busy schedules.

  2. Morning Ritual: Start your day with a brief yoga routine. Sun salutations or a few gentle stretches can set a positive tone for the day ahead.

  3. Incorporate It: Get creative. Practice breathing exercises while commuting, or use yoga stretches as a break during your workday.

  4. Online Resources: Utilise online resources like my Online Pregnancy Yoga Course. This is accessible anytime and anywhere.



Hypnobirthing: Cultivate Calmness and Confidence

Hypnobirthing is a technique that emphasises relaxation and positive thinking during labour. Busy mums can integrate this practice seamlessly:

  1. Daily Affirmations: Start your day with positive affirmations related to pregnancy and birthing. Repeating affirmations can foster a confident and calm mindset.

  2. Mindfulness Moments: Incorporate mindfulness into daily routines. Whether it's a shower, a meal, or a short break, practice mindfulness to stay present and stress-free.

  3. Visualisation: Take a few minutes to visualise a positive birthing experience. This can help reduce fear and anxiety about labour.

  4. Self-Hypnosis: Learn self-hypnosis techniques. These tools can be applied during pregnancy and childbirth, helping you stay in control and relaxed.

  5. Support and Classes: Consider joining a hypnobirthing class, either in person or online. Instructors can guide you and provide a supportive community.

Balancing Act: Prioritising Self-Care


Remember, as a mum, self-care is not selfish; it's necessary for your well-being and the health of your growing family. Both yoga and hypnobirthing can nurture your physical and mental health, allowing you to be the best version of yourself for your little one. Finding moments of serenity amidst the whirlwind of daily life is a gift you give not only to yourself but also to your family.


Incorporating these practices into your daily life is a journey that takes time. Be kind to yourself and recognise that every moment of self-care is an investment in your own well-being and the well-being of your baby. By finding balance in your busy life, you can embark on your motherhood journey with confidence, strength, and peace.


Let's embrace the incredible strength and flexibility that motherhood requires, as well as the serene confidence that yoga and hypnobirthing can provide. Your journey is uniquely yours, and these practices can be your allies every step of the way. 💕


Disclaimer: Always consult with your healthcare provider before beginning any new exercise or wellness practice during pregnancy.


How can I Help You?


If you feel that you require additional support to prepare for your baby's birth, I can create a bespoke doula package to include a full antenatal & hypnobirthing course, private yoga sessions and of course, I can be by your side when you birth your baby, ensuring you feel comfortable, prepared and at ease.


I’m going to be offering a 2 day group Hypnobirthing course on 25th November & 3rd December 2023 and again 27th January & 3rd February 2024 which offers so much information for birthing partners as much as our pregnant ladies. Please click below for more info or email me at randa@breatheyogalondon.co.uk.




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