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Pregnancy Yoga, Baby Massage & Mum & Baby Yoga. 

Dr Lisa Corrigan PhD

Pregnncy yoga mum and baby yoga active birth
​Benefits of Pregnancy Yoga
  • Relax body and mind

  • Get better posture and balance

  • Feel empowered and mentally prepared to birth your baby

  • Work your pelvic floor

  • Create space for growing baby

  • Increase flexibility and stamina

  • Connect with your baby and your changing body

  • Use breathing techniques and positions to aid labour·

  • Alleviate common pregnancy complaints such as sciatica, back pain, SPD, heartburn

  • Stay healthy and fit 

  • Aid post-natal recovery

  • Have fun its good for baby and good for you!


Classes will resume soon at David Lloyd, Riverside, Donnybrook and Trinity Sports, Trinity College Dublin.




Mum & Baby Yoga


Motherhood is a magical time but it can also be physically and emotionally challenging. Mum and baby yoga is a great way to bond with your baby while also getting back in shape. A typical mum and baby yoga session focuses on re-building your core strength, baby engagement and exercises to aid development and also calm and soothe baby. Many of the yoga exercises for baby can help with wind, colic and constipation.  Classes are based in Dublin 4.


"I attended the antenatal yoga (from 17 weeks to 39 weeks), baby massage and postnatal mum and baby yoga classes. Lisa is an excellent teacher and creates a supportive and relaxing environment for her classes.


The antenatal yoga class helped to prepare my body both physically and mentally for birth.As a first-time mum I also really enjoyed the discussion with other mums at the start of the class where we could share experiences, information, worries and hopes.


The postnatal classes (yoga and baby massage) are baby-led, so there is no need to worry about feeding, changing or crying babies!


These classes are a great way to bond with your baby, gently exercise after birth and socialise with other mums. I really recommend all of her classes."

Why Baby Massage?
  • Touch is one of the most significant and nurturing early experiences your baby will have.
  • Research has shown that these early experiences can affect many aspects of our lives. Nurturing touch has long-term benefits and can impact how we think, feel, and relate to others, and most importantly, how we value and care for ourselves.
  • Infant massage greatly enhances the early bonding relationship between parents and caregivers and their babies.
  • By using gentle, tactile stimulation along with loving verbal communication, a wonderful bonding experience is shared.
  • Strokes can be either stimulating or relaxing, depending on your baby’s needs.
  • Massage has also been known to assist with wind, colic, constipation, sleep and recovery from postnatal depression. 
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