Yoga Booty Ballet Baby On The Way
Your baby's health depends upon your own. Studies have increasingly shown the importance that a regular fitness routine plays during pregnancy. Not only is it good for your body, your heart and muscles, but it can help relieve some of the unpleasant side effects of pregnancy, such as aching back, fatigue, morning sickness, and constipation. Some studies have even shown that being in good shape can reduce your time in labor. And what's more, it can also help you with weight control, so that you can keep in healthy shape without depriving your baby of essential nutrition.
Yoga Booty Ballet's Teigh McDonough recently gave birth to a healthy baby boy. During her pregnancy, she used her years of fitness training and expertise to develop Baby On the Way, a workout that she designed specifically for expectant mothers who would experience the trials and challenges that she herself faced. Using effective, gentle techniques, including yoga and stretching, Teigh helps mothers-to-be prepare their bodies and minds for the amazing experience to come.
A Letter from Teigh McDonough
My gift to all mothers-to-be.
There is nothing that more perfectly embodies the goddess than the process of pregnancy and being a beautiful mother. With Baby On the Way, you will care for each new curve in your body. In just 30 minutes a day, you can keep your body strong, limber, and toned during your pregnancy. I will help you gently warm your muscles and lead you through a cardio and light resistance routine. I will then take you through stretches designed to ease you through your body's natural changes.
Staying fit during your pregnancy is not only important to feeling good, it's beneficial for your baby's health and your swift return to your pre-pregnancy figure.
Set your natural worries aside and have glorious fun as you gently dance with grace and ease—doing fluid moves that feel good with a bit of fun in the Funky Mama March and Solid Gold—and finish with focused, stress-busting meditation.
Enjoy your journey into motherhood. Love your baby. Love yourself. You are blessed.
~ Teigh McDonough