What is Baby and Me Yoga?
Evolvere Baby & Me Yoga in Lane Cove is a playful and special bonding practice for New Mums and their Babies. Through quality interactions, songs, gentle movement and touch, Mums and Bubs learn how to be active together.
What to expect?
Evolvere Baby and Me Yoga focuses on the bond between Mum and her Baby. Through exercises, songs and rhymes New Mums learn how to support baby’s digestion, help them relax and sleep. This class assists parents to develop confidence through activities, engaging with their baby and creating happy memories.There’s always tea and a chat so expect to stay after class—we’re a village after all!
- Connect and bond with your baby
- Learn exercises and songs to help babies muscular-skeletal development
- Learn activities to do help babies neurological development
- Connect with your village
- Stretch and relax to have energy for the rest of your day
Who will love this?
Any New Mum who is looking to connect with her Baby and with other New Mums. Available for New Mums 6 weeks post vaginal or caesarian birth.
What to bring?
- All of baby’s needs
- Baby carrier
- Water bottle
- Mat (or you can hire one at the studio)
- Time for tea after!
Want to join a class, but are concerned about a pre-existing injury?
Contact us prior to beginning any practice, so we can discuss any concerns and injuries and talk in detail about your options and possible modifications.
“It’s the most beautiful studio and the classes Tatiana offers are amazing! From Barre to Yoga and Pilates for mum and bubs classes and everything in between its the place to be!”—Sarah Collins
“Tatiana is beyond comparison when it comes to knowledge about pre and post natal physiology. She is an outstanding instructor. You can trust her with your bump and your post baby slump. Her greatest strength is the individual care she gives to all her clients and the time she takes to genuinely connect with you and your motherhood journey. Your body will thank you for taking time out for pre or post natal yoga or pilates with Tatiana.”—Eve Enemark