PreNatal Yoga with Courtney
Come be in the company of other expecting Mom's while breathing, stretching & connecting with your little one in a sacred way. The yoga practice is suitable for all levels and emphasizes the nurturing of the mother. A balanced blend of soothing, relaxing poses with ones that will help strengthen and open the body - preparing for birth and when baby is here in the world.
Prenatal Yoga Cards: (good for one year, can use any remaining classes after birth at any class)
12 classes : $162
8 classes: $115
4 classes: $59
Drop In Class: $17
To purchase online go to Raven's Wing Schedule page, it is not required to sign up for classes ahead of time, you can certainly pay when you come.
Post-Natal Yoga for Moms & Infants
at The Nest
Come stretch, breathe deep and reconnect with your postpartum body & mind.
A calming, opening practice in a safe space with your baby. Be free to nurse, and soothe baby as needed.
$17 drop in or class cards welcome.
Postpartum Health: Questions, Answers and Insight about the Postpartum Time
with Courtney Cucinotta
October 26, 11-2pm
location: THE NEST
$20, pre-registration please. REGISTER NOW!
Learn about what to expect during the postpartum period and find information on how to stay balanced, remedy some common complaints and enjoy life with your new baby.
Bring a tea mug, notebook and pen.
Healing Teas will be provided!
Certified Prenatal Yoga Instructor, Certified Clinical Herbalist, Organic Gardener.
Courtney is a prenatal yoga teacher who did her certification with Janice Clarfield at Kripalu in 2003. She is the Mother of two beautiful children who are both her amazing teachers. She was able to birth both of them naturally with the help of her prenatal yoga practice and her wonderful hubsand as a birthing partner. She began practicing yoga almost twenty years ago and has found it to be a wonderful tool for reducing anxiety and tension in mind and body. She believes this is particularly helpful in the journey through pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum time. Courtney studied Herbal Medicine at Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies in Boulder, Co. where she received her Certification as a Clinical Herbalist. She continues to study plant medicine at home and is currently building her herbal practice. She is the owner of Talking Stick Gardens, an organic landscaping company. Courtney believes strongly in our connection to the Earth and our ability to find our own healing and empowerment through our rediscovery of this inherent connection. She brings this earth centered essence to her classes.