Prenatal & Postpartum

Morgan is the mother of two grown children. Her yoga studies began during her first pregnancy, when her growing belly made dancing awkward. There were no prenatal yoga classes then so after giving birth, she created the first Prenatal and Postpartum Movement classes at Room To Move dance studio in Santa Monica. Yoga conditioned her body and mind through labor, childbirth, and motherhood. It continues to be the foundation of her physical and spiritual health.


Morgan with first son Marco, summer 1981; photo by Andrew Davis
Benefits of PRENATAL & POSTPARTUM yoga:

Breathing Techniques will regulate focus and composure in labor. After baby, breath control helps to regulate energy and emotions as you adjust to being a mom.

Asana Practice will integrate safe alignment and gentle flow for strength and grace in movement during pregnancy. After baby, deep core work will tone pelvic floor and abdominal muscles, minimize back pain, and maximize baby-weight loss.

Restorative work will prime relaxation skills essential for a joyful pregnancy, labor and birth experience. After baby, when sleep is precious, you'll know how to relax and get the rest you need.
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