The NHS says: The more active and fit you are during pregnancy, the easier it will be for you to adapt to your changing shape and weight gain. It will also help you to cope with labour and get back into shape after the birth. Keep up your normal daily physical activity or exercise (sport, running, yoga, dancing, or even walking to the shops and back) for as long as you feel comfortable. Exercise is not dangerous for your baby - there is some evidence that active women are less likely to experience problems in later pregnancy and labour.

Private pregnancy yoga classes are designed to easy the childbirth and to help you to cope with the discomfort of the processo such as eventual water retention, lower back pain, breathing and sleeping problems.

Regina's prenatal yoga classes emphasis on breathing, stamina, pelvic floor work, restorative poses, and core strength as well as balance poses for concentration and relaxation techniques. She also includes some important breathing techniques for the labour and a special moment for mum and baby to meditate together. This for her a time to make a deep connection within the pregnancy.