Week 31

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Hello dear mama, and welcome to week 31 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!).

Click here to learn more about the Week by Week Pregnancy Yoga Journal and how to use it!

Weekly Pregnancy/Baby Update

If the baby will have hair on their head at birth, it is grown and in place this week!


I am vigilant


Third Eye (Ajna)

Philosophy Lesson


Yoga Posture

Hand to Toe Pose – Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana (front)

While this posture is typically seen grabbing the big toe and extending the leg straight, we will modify by grabbing the knee. Breathe, find a focal point, and engage the core.

Recommended Yoga Class

So much is going on in our body during pregnancy. We don’t want this to get in the way of life of course – or our yoga practice! One of my aims here on this channel is to offer as many types of yoga as possible so that every pregnant person finds a class that suits their needs! So this class is for those suffering with pregnancy carpal tunnel, edema of the wrists (swelling), or general pain and achiness in the wrists and arms. We don’t need to shy away from our yoga practice if something is feeling off one day, we just need to adapt! This will be great practice for parenting!! This class is all standing postures, giving our arms, wrists, hands a break! We will have blocks for stability if you want to use them, listen to your body, but they are not necessary. Focus on your legs, the strength they provide and the grounding they bring.

*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!

Journal Prompts

Take a few minutes to connect with your baby. Maybe you feel for their movements, listen for any intuitive thoughts that come through. What do they need from you? What do they want out of your birth experience?

Please feel free to share your responses below, so we can all help each other on this journey!


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