Prenatal Yoga Workshop with Natalie Edward

A comprehensive workshop designed to help you better understand the needs of your changing (prenatal) body. Whether you are new to yoga or an experienced yogi looking for ways to safely modify your practice, this workshop will provide you with the tools you need to feel comfortable and fit throughout your pregnancy, and feel strong and confident during labour and birth. Open to women in all stages of pregnancy (including pre-conception).

This workshop will be divided into 2 parts:

1) We will learn and practice the important postures and movements most beneficial in a prenatal practice, and discuss in detail the postures and movements that should be avoided and why.

2) Hear from Registered Midwife Tylee Maracle about prenatal health and fitness and its importance and effect on both mama and baby’s health pre and postnatally. There will be some time for Q&As.

Date: Saturday November 4th, 2017

Location: Pure Yoga Centretown (359 Bank Street)

Time: 5:30-8pm


$25 Members

$30 Non-Members

Natalie is an RYT-500, Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher and a birth doula. She is passionate about helping women to achieve healthy pregnancies, positive births and healthy, happy babies.

Tylee Maracle is a Registered Midwife with the Ottawa Valley Midwives. She graduated from the Midwifery Education program with Honours from Laurentian University in 2015. Prior to midwifery, she worked as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) and as a health Promoter at an Urban Aboriginal Health Access Centre. Her path to midwifery began while working as an RMT, further developed while working with pregnant women and their families through her health promotion work, and then was solidified when she learned from her Grandmother about the family history of traditional midwifes assisting women on her family’s reserve.

Important to Note: Please sign up for workshops individually (separate accounts) and there will no refunds given for this workshop.



Date: Saturday November 4th, 2017
Location: Pure Yoga Centretown (359 Bank Street)
Time: 5:30-8pm