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Rozy & Kate: Postnatal Yoga

Kate and Rozy guide you through several short yoga sequences for you to fit into your busy life. There is also a full one-hour practice for when you have time to indulge. These unique sequences are designed to prevent and ease the common aches and pains associated with postnatal recovery, and to promote healing on all levels, no matter how your baby's birth turned out.

Includes exercises suitable from a few hours after giving birth. For all levels of fitness, no previous experience necessary.

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What People Are Saying:

“"I really enjoyed this DVD and the concise and flexible workouts. It is easy to follow and very effective with lots of useful tips on how to help our postnatal bodies. It's great that it can also be started from the day you give birth! The imagery used and friendly manner, together with consistent reminders on correct posture to make the most of the workout, make this DVD similar to being in one of Kate's 'live' classes!"”

Sian Aldis, mum of two

“From a midwife's perspective, I thought the level of depth and explanation of the exercises and how they relate to the postnatal body was excellent. I thought the pace was good and it was easy to follow the exercises. I really like the fact that you have included abit of baby handling - so important and I wish that I had known that stuff in the early days so I could have been more careful. If I had watched the DVD I would have! Really great content and I would highly recommend it to anyone postnatally to help mend their creaky body!”

Kelda Folliard, midwife and mum

“This video is excellent for new mothers who have trouble getting out to a class but want to regain strength and tone following the birth of their babies.”

Shawn Walker, independent midwife and mum of three