Yoga Birth represents a collection of services that support and
empower expectant moms throughout the childbearing cycle. Underlying
each of these services is a belief that pregnancy and motherhood is a
normal, healthy life event, an opportunity for self-discovery and transformation,

and an initiation into a value system that respects and honors women's
creative power.

Rooted in the philosophies and practices of yoga, my approach
balances knowledge and intuition as complimentary forces guiding
women toward taking personal responsibility for the quality of their birth
and their lives. I aim to hold the space for a shift in how birth is experienced - eschewing a fear based paradigm and creating a model of consciousness, empowerment, joy, calm, ease, trust and love - no matter the method by which by baby is born.


PRENATAL YOGA IN ANNAPOLIS: Now Annapolis moms-to-be can join me for prenatal yoga at Ruah Yoga in Annapolis. NEW CLASS TIME is 6:45 PM.

• POSTPARTUM YOGA IS GROWING!: Join us for this wonderful class focusing on community, support, pelvic floor health, core strength and restorative stillness for busy moms no matter if you had your baby days, weeks, months or years ago.



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Consistent, non-judgemental, loving support during labor can help a woman and her partner ease the fears and pain of childbirth and dramatically increase the chances of a healthy, positive outcome.

Childbirth is a sacred event that imprints itself in a deep and lasting way on the mother, her partner, and especially the baby. Effective education is vital to setting the stage for a healthy, conscious, empowering birth.

Practicing yoga during pregnancy is an unparalleled way to stay physically comfortable, emotionally centered and spiritually connected during a deeply transformative time of a woman's life. 

It is not only that we want to bring about an easy labor, without risking injury to mother or child. We must go further. We must understand that childbirth is fundamentally a spiritual, as well as a physical, achievement. The birth of a child is the ultimate perfection of human love.     - Dr. Grantley Dick-Read

aN embodied approach to a VIBRANT pregnancy