Prenatal Yoga with Katie Shipley Sun. Feb. 5th 3pm-4pm

Prenatal Yoga with Katie Shipley Sun. Feb. 5th 3pm-4pm

$25.00
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When: Sunday, Feb. 5th 3pm-4pm
Where: Megan's Yoga Tribe Studio in downtown Lee's Summit 20 sw 3rd St Lee's Summit, MO 64063
Investment in Yourself: $25 
Prenatal yoga class is specially created to support expecting mothers during any and all places along the pregnancy journey. From supportive postures to help alleviate pregnancy discomforts and strengthen the body to breathing to help calm the busy mind.
This class supports Moms in listening to and trusting their bodies as they prepare for the upcoming birth of their baby. 
No previous yoga experience needed.
Meet Katie Shipley:

 

Hi there! I’m Katie Shipley, Doctor of Physical Therapy and Owner of Nurturing Touch Physical Therapy and Wellness. I specialize in pediatrics and more specifically in newborns up to newly walking babies. I have a passion for treating infants with developmental delay, torticollis, neurological disorders, pre/post tongue tie release, and nervous system regulation difficulties. I am also trained in several bodywork/manual therapy modalities including: Craniosacral Therapy (CST), Myofascial Release (MFR), and Craniosacral Fascial Release (CFT-Gillespie Approach). I feel there is a strong connection between the tension in a baby’s body from being in the womb and from birth, and the diagnosis I’m treating them for- so I make sure to address this in my treatments.  I am also a 200 hour certified yoga teacher with certifications in Prenatal yoga and Mama/Baby (postpartum yoga).  I really enjoy offering these classes to the community when I can.

I received my Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009 from Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO. I spent several years working in the acute hospital and rehab settings with the adult population, as well as completing a 9 month residency in Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation before switching to Pediatrics in 2012. I have had 7+ years of experience practicing at Children’s Mercy Hospital (with several years of experience in the NICU), as well as serving several years with Well Bellies and Babies and also with the Holden School District.  

I believe the body is wise and can help heal itself if we give it the right tools and care. Watching babies release tension, learn new skills, and share in their pure joy when doing something new is a beautiful experience (and it happens a lot during our sessions!). I love supporting babies and their families on their journey and I feel so blessed to be part of it with them. Parenting is a wild ride at times and we are all in it together.

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