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Dallas Prenatal Yoga Studios to Strengthen & Relax Your Body

Eat this. Don’t drink that. Sleep in this position. Read these 40 books. It can feel like pregnancy demands a lot out of us. And while the resulting baby is most definitely worth it, it can be hard not to let out the most dramatic sigh the next time you hear what you can and cannot do during your pregnancy. While it can be frustrating to be a magnet for unsolicited advice, everyone is annoyingly right about the fact that you should stay active during pregnancy. Incorporating in a regular workout is not only going to give you more energy, but it will help you with labor and recovery. This is where prenatal yoga comes in. By regularly practicing yoga, you’ll have a relaxing workout designed to assist your changing body. If you’re searching for the best place in Dallas for prenatal yoga, I’d love to list a few faves! 

3 Dallas Prenatal Yoga Studios Offering Energizing Flows & Engaging Communities

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Mamacita Yoga

When Carla Troncoso created Mamacita Yoga, she wanted a place specifically for expecting mothers. As a yogi, she knew how often prenatal yoga classes felt like a last-minute add-on at studios and wanted to transform this. She has done a magnificent job creating a space where you can gather with other mamas-to-be and get some well-needed relaxation while strengthening the muscles necessary for labor. 

She provides classes for prenatal yoga, couples prenatal yoga, prenatal barre, and Mommy & Me yoga after your sweet baby arrives. Because class space is limited, you do have to register first. You can try out a class at 1409 Botham Jean Blvd.

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Bami Yoga

Bami Yoga is a pretty fantastic center founded on the idea of helping support mothers on their journey to parenthood. The name comes from their motto, “Breathe with Awareness – Move with Intention.” The classes provide a holistic and communal practice to build strength while connecting to others going through a similar life experience. 

On top of prenatal yoga classes, the creator, Mimi Mears, offers private online yoga classes and instruction for baby massage. Mimi recently took a short hiatus so she could enjoy her own motherhood experience. Still, you can expect her to be back to providing amazing instruction real soon! Check her out at Dwell Yoga in North Frisco and Creme de la Creme in Downtown Frisco.

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MoveStudio has been a trusted fitness center for over 21 years. The studio provides yoga, dance, fitness, and pilates. The studio offers both group and private classes. Their prenatal classes increase your body’s strength and flexibility while providing mental support. 

The studio asks that you bring a physician’s note of release for your first session. You can select a session that meets once a week for six weeks. The studio will be moving in the Fall of 2023 and is meeting at 6090 Campbell Road until then.

Dallas Prenatal Yoga

If you’re looking for the best way to get moving through pregnancy, check out these spots in Dallas for prenatal yoga. By regularly practicing, you can build strength while also taking some time to unwind. 

I love getting to chat with fellow Dallas moms, whether we’re sharing recommendations or I’m helping them create priceless memories. I’m a family photographer specializing in newborn and maternity pictures. I would love to help you celebrate this amazing season! If you’re looking for a photographer for your little one, let’s connect! Contact me today to find out more.