Yoga addresses physical, mental, and emotional health, and that's why it is one of the best forms of exercise for new mothers. Yoga is gentle in that it doesn't require fast, jarring movements like other exercise programs, and it can be adapted to people of any age, and any stage of physical fitness. A new mother whose body is still recovering from pregnancy and childbirth benefits greatly from the calm and nurturing environment of the yoga class. Having a brand new baby can be mentally and emotionally exhausting, and the breathing and meditation techniques used in yoga classes improve mental resilience and can be used at any time when stress seems to get out of control. Yoga's effects on the body are also noteworthy. It not only improves the flexibility of the body, but also strengthens muscles, many of which may have relaxed or atrophied during latter stages of pregnancy. Many poses specifically improve the strength of the pelvic floor muscles, which are severely taxed during pregnancy and childbirth. Becoming attuned to a post-pregnancy body makes the new mother aware of what her strengths and weaknesses are, and helps empower her for this new and exciting stage of life. As yoga helps a new mother regain her figure, it also helps her have the emotional tools to gain confidence in her role as a mother. Yoga is not about competitiveness or trying to be "the best" at something, and that makes yoga classes a peaceful, supportive environment in which the new mother may regain her strength and fitness.
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