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Prenatal Yoga Pro - Pregnancy

Prenatal Yoga Pro - Pregnancy
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Learn simple prenatal ( pregnancy ) yoga exercises to enhance freshness and comfort in day-to-day life during pregnancy.

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The benefits of practicing prenatal yoga for pregnant women are endless. Yoga increases strength, flexibility and promotes relaxation. You can enjoy the benefits of yoga while pregnant. Prenatal yoga is a wonderful way to stay in shape and do what is best for your baby. Prenatal Yoga is a great way to prepare for the birthing process as well as enjoy pregnancy term.

Pregnancy yoga is divided into trimesters lasting three months each. The appropriate adaptations to yoga practice will give numerous benefits. Application has following classification and features.

@MUST Read
Pregnancy is not the time to do strenuous exercises; some light exercises enhance the freshness and pleasure in day-today life. It includes brief on benefits of yoga in Pregnancy, few easy exercises in daily routine during pregnancy and recommendations on birthing breath.

@MUST Avoid
Exercise during pregnancy is highly encouraged, but it's important to use caution and common precautions when doing so. Always listen to your body while practicing yoga and trust what it tells you. In case of any problems, it is advisable to obtain physician consent prior to practicing prenatal yoga.

Recommended postures
During pregnancy, it is very important to have correct postures while standing, walking and sitting. It has been observed that bad postures lead to certain problems in smooth course of pregnancy and delivery.

First Trimester Yoga
There aren’t many restrictions in first trimester of pregnancy. Just remember to follow general safety guidelines such as drinking lots of water, breathing deeply and regularly. This option briefs on yoga for first three months of pregnancy.

Second Trimester Yoga
With the second trimester morning sickness gets subsided and hopefully you will feel energetic. This option briefs on yoga for second three months of pregnancy.

Third Trimester Yoga
By third trimester your belly is bigger and more care is needed to avoid losing your balance and risking injury to you or your baby, while performing yoga. This option briefs on yoga for last three months of pregnancy.

Sun Salutation
A sun salutation is a series of poses done in succession such that one poses flows into the next. The pace of the flow and how long the poses are held may vary, but the movement is done in accompaniment with the breath. The purpose of the Sun Salutation is to warm up the body for further yogic exercises.

Postpartum Yoga
This postpartum yoga suggests returning to a regular yoga practice after pregnancy.

General Remedies
Few natural remedial recommendations to overcome commonly observed morning sickness during pregnancy and

General pregnancy diet recommendations.
Don’t over do these exercises and always listen to your body while practicing yoga and trust what it tells you. With any specific ailments, please consult a health care professional before attempting any of these suggested exercises. Don't make the mistake of thinking that something as simple as Prenatal Yoga won't be effective.

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What's New in Version 2.0

- Localization support of content for different languages -

French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Dutch, Indonesian, Arabic,Chinese, Greek, Swedish, Hebrew, Polish, Ukraine and Thai

- Some UI Enhancement
- Minor Bug fixes


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