Hello dear mama, and welcome to week 14 of your pregnancy journey, and yoga practice!
Here you will find bonus content for my Week by Week Pregnancy Yoga Journal (scroll down to download it for FREE if you haven’t already!).
Weekly Pregnancy/Baby Update
In your first week of your second trimester baby weighs about 1 oz. You may begin to feel the haze of fatigue and nausea lift.
I am energetic
Solar Plexus (Manipura)
Downward Facing Dog – Ahdo Mukha Svanasana
This foundational pose will be found in most yoga classes, especially vinyasa. It is an important rest posture in our Sun Salutations, A and B. It stretches the hamstrings, lengthens spine, strengthens the shoulders, and more. Take all fours, table top, as a modification.
Recommended Yoga Class
This class is completely reclined, very relaxing if you need a quick 10 minute break! We will work into the hips, so if you are feeling any pain or pressure in the pelvic area, this class may offer you some relief. Some of these postures may help open the hips to prepare you for labor as well. Hip opening postures can also help energy flow through our sacral chakra, our womb space, our creation center. This energy center is where all of our creation (hello baby!) comes into play. This is also our emotional center, so please feel free to be in your feelings! We often hold emotions in our hips, so don’t be surprised if you feel some kind of way as the energy starts to flow!
*I am constantly updating recommended classes as I add more yoga classes to my YouTube library! Check back often for updates!
**Every body, woman, practice, and pregnancy is different. If the suggested class for this week does not suit you this week for any reason, please feel free to look for a different one on my YouTube channel. Trust your body and listen to your birth team!
What ideas about pregnancy that you had are you holding on to? What is different than you thought it would be? What is just how you thought it would be? How you let go, and accept what is rather than have expectations of what will be?
Please feel free to share your responses below, so we can all help each other on this journey!