Breathing Room prenatal and baby yoga sessions run in eight-week sessions throughout the year. It’s the perfect opportunity to use yoga to create a connection between you and your baby during your pregnancy and to continue to build and sustain your special bond as they grow.

prenatal + baby






5:30 – 6:45pm
Sept 12 – Nov 14 (10wk session)
Nov 21 – Jan 23 (8wk session) * No class Dec 26 + Jan 2 *
Jan 30 – Mar 20 (8wk session)
Mar 27 – May 15 (8wk session)
May 22 – Jul 31 (7wk session)


6:45 – 8:00pm
Sept 16 – Dec 2 (10wk session) * No class Oct 7 + Nov 11 *
Dec 9 – Feb 10 (8wk session) * No class Dec 23 *
Feb 24 – Apr 14 (8wk session)
Apr 28 – June 23 (8wk session)

Mom + Baby


11:00 – 12:00pm
Sept 25 – Nov 13 (8wk session)
Nov 20 – Jan 22 (8wk session) * No class Dec 25 + Jan 1 *
Jan 29 – Mar 19 (8wk session)
Mar 26 – May 14 (8wk session)
May 21 – Jun 25 (6wk session)

Mom + Tot


10:45 – 1145am
Sept 27 – Nov 15 (8wk session)
Nov 22 – Jan 17 (8wk session) * No class Dec 27 *
Jan 24 – Mar 14 (8wk session)
Mar 21 – May 9 (8 week session)
May 16 – Jun 27 (7wk session)


frequently asked prenatal questions   

What if the prenatal schedule doesn’t jive with my delivery date?

Not to worry!  Our goal is to help and nurture you through your pregnancy and we will work to arrange a pro-rated prenatal yoga pass that will compliment your due date.

What if I’m not feeling so hot and miss a class?

Make-up classes may be possible, depending on the class(s) you register for.  Please chat with one of our friendly staff to find out more information.

I’m having a challenging pregnancy.  Should I still attend prenatal yoga?

Every woman and every pregnancy is different.  If you’re battling morning sickness, gestational diabetes, sciatica, or any other unpleasant or worrisome symptoms of pregnancy, please talk to the instructor before you begin.  As with any type of yoga, there are modifications that can be made to make you feel more comfortable and / or accommodate your situation.  Depending on the challenges you may be facing, we may recommend that you speak with a physician before beginning your prenatal yoga class(es).

I’m totally exhausted?  Should I still attend a class?

You bet!  During your pregnancy you’ll have days where you just don’t feel like you have anything left.  Surrounding yourself with like-minded woman who can relate to what you’re going through is a wonderful idea.  Before and after your class, you’ll be encouraged to swap stories and coping strategies and get to know one another.  Oh and the added bonus of prenatal yoga?  You’ll be so relaxed and feeling so good, we can almost guarantee you’ll get a wonderful nights sleep.

My emotions are up and down.  Will prenatal yoga help even out my mood?

Yoga has been known to positively impact people’s moods and outlooks; prenatal yoga is no different.  During a prenatal yoga class your instructor will guide you in connecting with your body and your baby on a level you may never thought possible; for some, this may be particularly emotional. Pregnancy is a very special time in a family’s life; Breathing Room encourages families to feel and emote whatever they need to – Breathing Room is a safe place for you to truly feel and connect with your pregnancy, your body and your feelings.  This is a unique and beautiful time to celebrate and embrace change.