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Pregnancy SRY Practice

In this experiential and contemplative practice, Kaya guides a SRY {Supreme Release Yoga} practice & contemplation for pregnancy. This therapeutic, nurturing, slow practice is perfect for the 2nd & 3rd trimesters of pregnancy* but also incredibly healing and supportive to any yoga student of any gender who wants…

  • Post Partum
  • Ancestral Healing
  • Womb Healing for imbalances with menstrual cycle, fertility or menopause
  • Healing for the male reproductive system including desire and function
  • Pelvic Healing or Low Back Pain
  • A Restful Practice

This practice deeply nourishes the whole spine, emphasizing creating more space in the pelvis through gentle release of tension below and behind the abdominal organs, as well as a heart opening and healing contemplation about releasing ancestral wounds and gathering ancestral virtues.

The practice is paired with a guided awareness practice for Shavasana or Meditation.

Note – you will need some yoga props for this practice – 2-3 yoga blankets, 2 yoga blocks.

*It is recommended that students do NOT start SRY in the first trimester of pregnancy. If you were already practicing SRY prior to conception you can continue through the 1st trimester, however many yoga students find they simply want to take a break during months 1-3. If you are pregnant, and new to SRY you can begin in the 12th week.