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Get bendy with baby: Eight mom ‘n baby yoga studios

What better way to ease back into fitness than to re-centre with your babe at a yoga class? Baby yoga can build flexibility and create a happy baby from the soothing movements. Namaste to that!

Mom & baby yoga: 8 studios

Studio 202

Located in North Vancouver, Studio 202 focuses on inspired living. Their Mom + Tot Yoga is perfect for babies as young as 6 weeks. They offer a variety of workshops as well: Baby + Me Foot Reflexology, Introduction to Baby Sign Language, Love Your Postpartum, and more.

North Vancouver, 778.246.2960

Open Door Yoga

Baby whisperer, Nadine, leads a fun and safe class that will get you physically fit and mentally prepared for the demands of parenthood.

Locations on Commercial Drive, Main St, Kerrisdale

Stretch Yoga

Image credit: Stretch Yoga

3 words: Family. Acro. Yoga. Guaranteed fun for the entire fam! 

180 E. Pender St. Vancouver,  778 – 819 – 6488

Semperviva Yoga

Teresa believes in the transformational power of yoga. She strives to create a space for mamas to connect and relate with one another. Her class includes breathing, meditation, dancing while stimulating both the mind and body.

Locations on Broadway, Granville Island, and Kitsilano.

Body Harmony Yoga

This is a great class to take to learn yoga poses, rebuild inner core muscles, and endurance. North Vancouver

Baby + Me at Trout Lake Community Centre

This class focuses on involving baby with movement, massage and songs. Crawlers are welcome and a convenient reading area will be set up for older children so you don’t have to find alternate childcare.

3360 Victoria Dr, Vancouver

Alex Hughes Yoga

Alex teaches two Baby and Me Yoga classes. She explores various poses through sight, sound and action, allowing for deeper body and mind connection.

Ocean and Crow Yoga/Space, 1707 Grant Street, Vancouver
Roundhouse Community Centre, Yaletown

Babe + Me at Kukoon Yoga

This class focuses on developing core and back strength and stability, particularly on the pelvic floor. You have the option to include baby in each movement or have baby close by on the floor.

2739 Murray Street, Port Moody

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