Marissa Goulbourne

Provider Type
Pre/Postnatal Fitness
Sleep Consultant
Childbirth Educator
Birth Doula
Postpartum Doula
Support Groups
Virtual Support
Yes
Marissa G
Company Name:
Prana Prenatal Yoga
About me
Prana Prenatal Yoga is a leading destination for prenatal and postnatal classes, workshops, and guidance. Our mission is to make conception, pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and parenting more easeful and intentional. As you journey through the different stages of family planning, pregnancy, and parenting, you will benefit from a team of experts that will nurture and empower you. We are fully committed to serving you through the bump, birth, baby, and beyond.

Cancellation Policy: We do not offer refunds. Please cancel one hour before class start time so that we can fully credit your account for use in a future class. If the cancellation occurs within one hour of start time, your account will be charged.
 
Rates
Title
Description
Price
Type
Virtual Prenatal Yoga ClassPrenatal Yoga is a great way to connect with your baby, address the common physical symptoms associated with pregnancy, prepare for labor and birth, and relax and calm the mind. We offer a relaxed and non-judgmental approach and encourage students to work at their own pace. Whether you are a beginner or have experience you will feel comfortable and supported. The beautiful aspect of prenatal yoga is that we choose specific poses that support the pregnancy and that will help make birth easier. Many women begin their yoga practice in the 2nd trimester. You can begin earlier or later, especially if you have a previously established yoga practice. Always check with your midwife or doctor before beginning any physical exercise.
$
15
Per Class
In-person Prenatal Yoga ClassesWestchester & Rockland Counties, NY and Fairfield County, CT. Prenatal Yoga is a great way to connect with your baby, address the common physical symptoms associated with pregnancy, prepare for labor and birth, and relax and calm the mind. We offer a relaxed and non-judgmental approach and encourage students to work at their own pace. Whether you are a beginner or have experience you will feel comfortable and supported. The beautiful aspect of prenatal yoga is that we choose specific poses that support the pregnancy and that will help make birth easier. Many women begin their yoga practice in the 2nd trimester. You can begin earlier or later, especially if you have a previously established yoga practice. Always check with your midwife or doctor before beginning any physical exercise.
$
25
Per Class
Experiences
Dates:
Weekly on Saturday
Times:
8:45 AM
Provider:
Prenatal and Women’s Yoga is open to women at all stages of life, but is taught in a way that is safe and supportive to women who are at any stage of pregnancy.... more

This class emphasizes the connection between the body and the mind. It’s essentially a meditation in motion using breath, focus and movement to cultivate a more peaceful mind as well as a healthier body. The poses offered are accessible and simple and are intended to strengthen and lengthen the body. You will be invited to work at your own pace, either slowing down or speeding up the movements to your liking. As we work through the physical poses, we will also consider how the skills we cultivate on the mat can be incorporated into our day to day life in order to relieve stress, develop better relationships, and live a happy and peaceful life.
Dates:
Weekly on Monday
Times:
8:00 PM
Provider:
Women’s Yoga is open to women at all stages of life using yoga and movement principles that are designed to be supportive of the unique needs of the female body.... more

If you are expecting or have recently given birth please know that this class is taught in a way that is safe and supportive to women who are at any stage of pregnancy.

This class emphasizes the connection between the body and the mind. It’s essentially a meditation in motion using breath, focus and movement to cultivate a more peaceful mind as well as a healthier body. The poses offered are accessible and simple and are intended to strengthen and lengthen the body. You will be invited to work at your own pace, either slowing down or speeding up the movements to your liking. As we work through the physical poses, we will also consider how the skills we cultivate on the mat can be incorporated into our day to day life in order to relieve stress, develop better relationships, and live a happy and peaceful life.