Baby Has Style

This past weekend, I became certified to teach Prenatal Yoga. It was in incredible 17 hour training where I learned everything about how to modify poses, assist pregnant women per trimester and teach well thought out prenatal classes.

At one point, we strapped on a blanket around our waists to see and feel how we would modify the poses. This was a great eye opener on how moms need to adjust their practice for their growing baby belly. The biggest surprise was how many poses were suitable and comfortable for the moms to be. Once cleared by a doctor, there are so many ways to stay active during pregnancy.

Fit2Bmom Flex Tank

Fit2Bmom Flex Tank

The Fit2Bmom Maternity Flex Tank is really gorgeous. The scoop neck and fitted waist shows off moms bump while also adding the necessary support around the waist. The shirt is breathable and comes in Bluebird and Bright Rose.

 

Me2Roo Charlotte Pleated T-Back Top

Me2Roo Charlotte Pleated T-Back Top

If you are looking for something that is a bit looser, but still figure flattering, the Me2Roo Charlotte Pleated T-Back Top is perfect for your workout. The top has pleats at the top and a drawstring at the bottom for shape and comfort as moms belly grows. The T-back shown below is super comfortable and shows off the fun color combination.

Me2Roo Charlotte T-Back Top

Me2Roo Charlotte T-Back Top

Below is one of my favorite maternity pieces. I suggest rocking it out of the studio too. It is effortlessly cool and would be a great addition for a cozy savasasa or final resting pose.

Me2Roo Inez Cocoon Top

Me2Roo Inez Cocoon Top

The Me2Roo Inez Cocoon Top is such a great way to add a comfortable layer but still have shape. The snaps adjust for how tight you would like the top to be and is also great for your expanding belly. It is hip length and is wider in the sleeves and the neck. The Inez Cocoon top looks great with a pop of color underneath.

If you are or have been pregnant, what are your favorite pieces to wear? Tell us on twitter and facebook!

Always consult with a physician before beginning any new exercise regimen.

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