Growing a baby is such an incredible process and yet pregnancy can be a challenging time for our bodies. You may be someone who sails through effortlessly, or like Kate Middleton suffer from severe morning sickness with each pregnancy.
A myriad of aches and pains may appear as the body struggles to cope with all the extra demands it has to deal with.
Back pain, hip pain, sciatica, headaches, nausea, insomnia, heartburn and pelvic pain are among the common aches and complaints that often appear during pregnancy but you shouldn't suffer in silence as there are things you can do to reduce or get rid of these symptoms entirely.
Whether you've done any yoga before or not, this could be the perfect time to roll out your mat so that you can experience the miraculous effects yoga can bring you during pregnancy and help prepare you for the birth of your baby.
You can find a series of useful exercises here: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/tara-lee/yoga-pregnancy_b_8533910.html
3 House offers a weekly Pregnancy yoga on Sundays from 9:30-10:30