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|Date contract signed||
July 1, 2011
|First live training date||
August 1, 2011
|Teaching location (name of area or post code)||
London Docklands E14 and Clapton E5
|Type of YogaBellies class:||
YogaBellies for Pregnancy, YogaBellies Baby Massage, YogaBelles (for all women)
|YogaBellies Franchise Options||
YogaBellies for Women, YogaBelliesKidz, BRA add on training
I am a normal mum of 2 with a normal body and all of the normal hang ups that women have ;o)
|Why I became a YogaBellies Teacher...||
I found out about Yogabellies in 2011 via a simple Facebook advert.
Why? Because it just works!
Classes in E14
~ Pregnancy Yoga: Wednesdays @7pm
Classes in Clapton E5
~ Baby Massage: Tuesdays @10am
|What people have said about my YogaBellies classes...||
– I started pregnancy yoga at 20w after never doing yoga before and found it was one of the best things i did while pregnant. Sharon is so welcoming and supportive that you immediately feel at ease. As someone who loves exercise but needing a more low impact workout, it was perfect. You also get to know the other mums to be, and with sharon, follow each others pregnancies, births and babies. I’ve made some great friends and would thoroughly recommend it.
– Yogabellies classes are more than just yoga. Sharon fantastically facilitates conversations that allow mums-to-be to exchange questions and information, and helps them networking.
– I’ve never done yoga before, but have really enjoyed this class! Sharon puts you at ease immediately, always welcoming new people and with introductions at the start of class. Yoga practice itself is easy to follow, relaxing, and Sharon always checks if you’re comfortable or need the exercises modified in some way to make them work for you. Burrells Wharf is a lovely cool venue with big windows as well. Overall, a very pleasant way to spend a summer’s Friday evening – especially if it’s the end of a busy working week.
– I really credit these classes, and Sharon in particular, with helping me bond with my baby in utero, prepare mentally for motherhood, and prepare my body physically for child birth.
I joined the classes at 16 weeks and continued up until 38 weeks when I had my baby. I found that the classes gave me the time I needed to focus and reflect on every stage of pregnancy and prepare for birth, through the combination of breathing exercises, relaxation and of women sharing stories at the start of class. The breathing practice in particular helped me through a long labour and to have a drug-free birth.
-I was doing pregnancy yoga with Sharon and then when my son arrived i was really looking forward to start baby massage. We both now enjoy them. My baby loves exploring new touch sences and i am happy i canlearn how to help himto cope with colic, wind, colds, calm him down etc.
– The baby massage class is a wonderful way to bond with your baby and make new friends. Sharon is an excellent teacher and I intend to join more of her classes !
– My husband and I were so pleased with the 1-2-1 baby massage classes we had from Sharon. Our son loves his massages and we learnt some really useful tips for colds and wind. Sharon is a wealth of knowledge and made us feel so comfortable, her supportive, open and warm approach was much appreciated in the early days with our little man (we started classes when our son was 10 days old). We were so impressed we are going to attend the classes next year – would highly recommend!
Mum & Baby Yoga
– I would thoroughly recommend this class to new mums as a way of getting back to yourself again after giving birth and a great way of bonding with your baby. The yoga moves with baby are a lot of fun. Both me and my 11-week-old daughter love Sharon, she is a fantastic yoga teacher, adapting to the mums and babies as the class goes on. It’s also a nice small class so Sharon is able to give you lots of attention.
– I joined this mum and baby yoga class, run by Sharon, after completing a baby massage course with her. I’d never done any yoga before so was a little daunted but needn’t have been.
Sharon is very welcoming and makes everyone feel relaxed. The emphasis is on doing what you – and your baby – feel comfortable with. Novices like me sit alongside much more experienced yoga practitioners and the babies join in too, which is great as there aren’t many exercise classes that mums and babies can go to together.