How to Modify Half Moon Pose for Pregnancy

Mar 31, 2018

I often hesitate to teach half moon pose in my prenatal yoga / postnatal yoga classes because it requires so much concentration on stability to avoid injury - which is more likely with a lot of relaxin in your body.

An important guiding principal in prenatal yoga is "why choose a risky pose when there is a safer one that achieves the same outcome?"

Well, in some cases, Half Moon is exactly what we need. And so here are some pointers on how to modify it so that you have extra support in place to avoid falling or straining your pelvic floor muscles.

Check out the video here.


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