How to use the Birth Ball in Prenatal Yoga

This one bears repeating……This is for all the pregnant ladies who want to do something positive for their bodies during their pregnancy. Sure helps with the aches and pains! ❤ Gaileee

Sara Varona, Teacher of RestoraFlow Yoga style, has provided an excellent visual aide, of how to use the birthing ball, or resist-a-ball, in her latest YouTube videos.

On her site, Buildyouryogabusiness.com she has four videos, about 10 minutes in length, that shows various ways to use the birthing ball, and you never get up off of the floor. Which is a bonus sometimes, when you get late into your pregnancy.

Sara is 9 months along, when demonstrating these postures. Listen real carefully, as she gives you modifications and suggestions for the different yoga poses.

Here is the link to the first Prenatal Yoga Birth Ball video.
Prenatal Yoga Video with the Ball I on the Buildyouryogabusiness.com site

Second Prenatal Yoga Birth Ball Video
Prenatal Yoga Video with the Ball II from the Buildyouryogabusiness.com site with Sara Varona

Third Prenatal Yoga Birth Ball Video
Prenatal Yoga Video with the Ball III Sara Varona from RestoraFlow Prenatal Yoga Video

and Last Fourth Prenatal Yoga Birth Ball Video
Prenatal Yoga Video with the Ball IV the last Prenatal RestoraFlow Yoga Video

I wished that these videos were around when I was pregnant, because I was inventing things to do with the ball, based on some books that I had, and other exercise maternity programs. I do have favorite videos on prenatal yoga, but none that used the birth ball, and these videos have enough modifications for beginners, and advanced sections for those of us, who can handle a bit more. But as always, listen to your body, become aware of your breath…if it is somewhat ragged, that is your number one clue, that you are doing to much!

Enjoy these videos, and if you have comments, come back here, and we will discuss them!

gaileee, momma of four children through Bradley ChildBirth Methods and Prenatal Yoga

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