Brooklyn, NY, July 11, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Everything a pregnant woman does directly affects the child she is carrying. Study after study has proven that calmness in the mother leads to healthier in-utero development. So it is important for the mom-to-be to reduce stress and feel as good as possible. Pregnancy puts new physical stresses and strains on the woman’s body, so exercise is more important than ever.
Beth Kruger will be teaching Prenatal Yoga at Brooklyn Arts Exchange, (BAX) in the fall of 2009. BAX is located on Fifth Avenue and Eighth Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Classes begin on September 15th, 2009.
Tuesdays and Thursdays : 6:30-7:30pm
There will be props and mats for clients to use.
BAX in the “Save on Fifth” building, on the upper floors. There is a red door on Eighth Street. See http://BethYoga.com for more information.
Prenatal yoga raises endorphin levels in the mom. These “feel good” hormones cross the placenta to soothe and relax your baby. This improves blood circulation and digestion and relieves the aches and pains of pregnancy.
Beth began her study of yoga in 2000, upon moving from Vermont to New York City. She completed her 500 hour certification with ISHTA yoga in 2004. She completed a prenatal training with NYC’s Prenatal Yoga Center, in 2008. She has also studied with Master Iyengar teacher Glenn Black, and Master Ashtanga teacher David Swenson.
Beth began teaching prenatal yoga in 2005 while pregnant with her first child. Her first daughter came along with her to teach Mommy and Me classes shortly after her birth.
Welcoming two children into her life has truly been her greatest teacher.
Beth is passionate about natural childbirth, and breastfeeding—and offers this to her students as they discover what works for their lives. She encourages her students to infuse their own practice and lives with acceptance, compassion, and patience.