Fertility and Prenatal Meditation Classes

Why are prenatal meditation classes important?

In Los Angeles, it can be easy for us to get swept-up in the noise, drama, and disruptions. Combined, these distractions can be taxing on a pregnancy or those trying to become pregnant. Added stressors cause both our bodies and minds to put priorities on hold and take away our ability to live up to our fullest potential. But, with some instruction and guidance, robust joy and serenity can be achieved. The female body is a temple of sacred power and light. Through meditation for fertility and pregnancy, us ladies can achieve so much more than we thought was possible. 

If you are struggling to become pregnant, you’re definitely not alone. In fact, 10-15% of couples in the U.S. are infertile (“defined as defined as not being able to get pregnant despite having frequent, unprotected sex for at least a year for most couples” by the Mayo Clinic). Fortunately, however, there’s an abundance of safe and effective therapies that significantly improve one’s chances of getting pregnant. 

Prenatal meditation classes can go a long way for those trying to conceive or remain serene during pregnancy. From calming the body and preparing it for a guest to feeling centered during your pregnancy, the DEN Meditation’s Fertility and Prenatal meditation classes go a long way. With the help of our phenomenal teacher McLead McGown, practitioners will learn to channel their inner goddesses of fertility and lay those deep doubts and fears down to rest.

A bonus for the woman’s partner… meditation on fertility is geared towards keeping the hopeful mother happy on the path to becoming pregnant and the mother-to-be blissful throughout the pregnancy. Practicing mindfulness as a couple is beneficial to the mental and physical health of both parties involved. For couple looking to conceive as well as pregnant women, meditation can yield benefits such as better sleep, connecting to your changing body, less tension, positive labor preparation, and lower risk of postpartum depression. 

Because stress and anxiety can lead to preterm or low birth weights, mindfulness and meditation contribute to lowering these statistics. Come together with other remarkable women for our Fertility and Prenatal meditation class every Monday from 9:45-10:30am here at The DEN Meditation!

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