Pregnancy Yoga – Strength & Stability

This video is suitable from the second trimester onwards.

Focusing on Strength and Stability we will be building strength around the glutes, the legs and also the pelvic floor – helping your pelvis become strong and stable. This will work to help prevent lower back pain and discomfort, especially as you begin to get bigger. 🙂

It’s recommended you shouldn’t do pregnancy yoga until the pregnancy is established at 12 weeks.

The information and instruction provided in this video is for use as general information or for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical care provided by your GP or other qualified healthcare professional. If you have any specific medical concerns about your pregnancy or anything else you should always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare professional. If you experience any unusual pain or discomfort after attempting any of the positions featured in this video you should contact a suitably qualified healthcare professional for further advice.

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  1. Magdalena Rodriguez
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Thank you so much Tammy! your videos made me feel great during pregnancy :) Namaste!
  2. Brittany Don
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    I pinned a bunch of prenatal yoga and workout routines, but so far I've only been coming back to this one and sometimes the other two in this series. They're the only ones where I feel I get a well-rounded, challenging yet appropriate workout. Thank you so much for this!
  3. Brandi Ray
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    I am really enjoying the prenatal workouts with Tonic! I need the strength and flexibility in her videos! I'm preparing to have my first baby and I'm going natural with a midwife. People think I'm crazy for doing so but it does not matter! It's what's for me and my family! I believe that these workouts will help with my labor and delivery! ?☺️
  4. Sarah Danaher Greene
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Excellent best pregnancy exercise video I have seen so far!<br />I could really feel the benefit.... :)
  5. Babu Péterhegyi
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Hello, I have found only 4 videos from you. (Strengh&Stability, Energesing Flow, Birth Preparation, Vinyasa Flow) I love them so much! Have you got others? Could anyone send me links or a collect? Thank you, Babu :-)
  6. Niki Pizzutelli
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Love this video, your energy and guidance especially! I really felt the strength coming in and I'm excited to do this video more.
  7. Yusuf Jeggels
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Hi Tammy, Thanks for a really nice routine. At around 35 seconds, there is a small frame in the bottom right hand corner for a 'link' to a warming up routine. Could you provide that link, please? Thanks. Yusuf
  8. Harriet Chun
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    This was a wonderful sequence, just enough to get my heart rate up which I do enjoy, thank you! Also very nice to find a lovely English accent to listen to while doing yoga!
  9. Jessica Lopez
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    well, this was pretty much fantastic. Thank you for this, what a pleasure it was!
  10. Irene Oliyovska
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    thank you for this video! I have been practicing this for about 3 weeks now and feel great! currently 39 and a half weeks pregnant :) namaste
  11. neela81
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Tammy, this series is amazing, and I love your energy. I live abroad and your whole energy makes me feel happy and at home =) Thank you so much!
  12. scy4387
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    too bad global warmings you didnt take int reality
  13. Jay Zee
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    This is a great sequence! I'm in my second trimester and have been practicing this a few times a week for the past few weeks, and my lower back pains are completely gone! Plus I feel so much stronger. Thanks Tammy, you rock!
  14. Luyza Pereira
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    awesome sequence, not too soft like most pregnancy yoga, but still enough pauses to breath. It's helping me throughout the 2nd trimester a lot (as well as your other sequences)! Feeling stronger, getting better posture and less back pain. Thank you so much for sharing this.
  15. usfcutie
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    How far along was the presenter in this video? This has become one of my favorite routines! I love the comedy you throw in.
  16. Oily Lifestyle
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Thank you for this workout! I'm excited to keep it up throughout my pregnancy!
  17. Alexis Calabretta
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    my favorite routine so far.. thanks so much- looking forward to practicing this routine until my due date!
  18. Leah Shep
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    I referred to this video multiple times throughout my pregnancy and I love the results!! Due to previous injuries I have constant back pain...when I'm consistent with this workout it nearly goes away. It's the best pre natal workout that doesn't require me to bounce around (which bouncing is quite uncomfortable during second trimester and on ward). Thank you!!!!
  19. Juliet Perez
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Just started doing prenatal yoga & im ending my second trimester. Really helpful, but still trying to get the hang of it.
  20. ladygreen
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Been suffering from back pain since 6weeks gone and just tried this. My first time with yoga and I managed to stay with you the whole way through! Thanks for a great video! I found the leg lifts at the end completely impossible, where you stretch out straight and lift the leg up. Seems to pull where i have the most pain. I could do this before pregnancy. Should I keep trying this move or leave it for a while?
  21. Kaleigha Perez
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    I'm 25 weeks pregnant & this really helped with my strength because I always have pains in my chest and back.
  22. Emily Pearlman
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Have been using this routine constantly as I move into my third trimester. I appreciate the combination of good humour and encouragement, and the more I do it, the more confident I get in my bodies ability to deliver this bebe... Thanks so much for posting. (Canada)
  23. Malina Agacinski
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    I'm 33 weeks, and have been doing this particular video for the past three weeks after getting intense lower back and sciatic pain. This is the only video I've found that works! I've been doing yoga throughout my whole pregnancy, but the strengthening exercises in this video are what really do it. Thank you Tammy!
  24. Lo Yoga
    June 20, 00:29 Reply
    Loved this video. Will definitely use some of these moves in my teaching xx
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