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Yoga for Pregnancy

The discipline of a yoga practice opens the possibility for transforming your pregnancy journey. Yoga supports the physical aspects of good body alignment and avoidance of back strain, particularly around the lower back, through gentle yoga postures. Also yoga’s underlying philosophy of “union” provides a framework of understanding, to enable you to adapt with grace and acceptance, to deep levels of emotional and energetic change that accompany pregnancy.


These popular classes are taught by Rhian Roberts and Licia Catinelli. Rhian Roberts teaches general, pregnancy and postnatal yoga to mothers and babies, and her qualifications are accredited by the British Wheel of Yoga. She has always practiced yoga, and her passion involves teaching yoga to pregnant women, as she feels pregnant women are “hardwired” to absorb the teachings that yoga has to offer.

Licia Catinelli teaches general hatha, mindfulness-based and pregnancy yoga to mothers and members of staff, and her qualifications are accredited by the British Wheel of Yoga. She has been practicing yoga for over ten years and teaching for over 7 years. She is currently undertaking a post graduate degree in Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy and other Applications at the University of Exeter. She is passionate about the empowerment of women during pregnancy to cultivate wellbeing and to prepare body, mind and heart for the arrival of their babies.

Licia has a special interest in managing pain with breath work and mindfulness. She is also the Maternity Wellbeing Centre Manager at Kingston Hospital. 

All enquiries: Licia Catinelli 020 8934 3031 or email lcatinelli@nhs.net

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