MTRNL is sponsoring Baby Bump Expo 2017. We’re honored to host a booth alongside globally renowned and locally loved brands that serve PNW mamas.
We don’t usually get to meet mamas face-to-face because MTRNL is an online prenatal and postnatal yoga studio. Our classes are hosted in a “virtual” studio so that members can practice yoga from the comfort and convenience of their home.
Members can either join the class live, or watch the replay later via their own personal MTRNL Library. It’s pretty cool.
Even though we’ve never met in person, MTRNL mamas tell us that they are amazed at how loved we make them feel throughout their pregnancy and into motherhood.
Our goal for the expo is to share that love with as many mamas as possible. As they say in the birth world, it’s love that gets the baby in, love that gets you through pregnancy and love that gets the baby out.
Why should you consider prenatal yoga?
If you’re on the fence about whether to try prenatal yoga, here are a few benefits to consider:
Reduce stress and anxiety
Increase strength and endurance needed for birth
Alleviate discomforts such as lower back pain, headaches, swelling, nausea
Develop your bond with baby before he is born
Learn techniques that will help you cope with labor
Meet other mamas who are going through the same thing
Learn how to avoid pregnancy related injuries
Tone your pelvic floor
Feel loved and supported throughout your pregnancy and beyond
There are so many more benefits. The hardest part is finding the time to attend a class.
Yoga from the comfort and convenience of your home
We have four live, online, interactive prenatal yoga classes a week, which are all recorded for MTRNL members who can’t make the live class. Most members do one live class and one recorded class each week. The first 21 days of membership is free.
We plan on having some super sweet goodies for you at our booth too – so we hope to meet you at the Expo as well.
Namaste, beautiful mama!
Blair Fillingham founded MTRNL after her students said they missed the prenatal yoga she taught when she moved out of the city. Blair realized that more women could benefit from her style of prenatal yoga if it was available online via interactive video.