Fertility yoga is a gentle and restorative practice. Studies suggest yoga can help women and men overcome infertility, improve their reproductive health and increase fertility treatment success rates.
If you'd like to further your practice, why not join a local yoga class. If you can't find a fertility/pre-conception yoga class close to home, opt for one that delivers a gentle practice. Try to stay away from any forms of power yoga or hot yoga as these are both intense forms of exercise that can put stress on your body. Be aware that hot yoga can expose a growing foetus to excessive heat. If you find out your pregnant, make sure you change classes to one that is for pregnancy yoga, which you’ll be advised to start after your first trimester (usually from 14 weeks onwards).