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Pregnancy Chiropractic and Yoga

Your pregnancy journey deserves tender-loving care. Chiropractic care and/or yoga will help ease pregnancy symptoms and discomfort, while facilitating a comfortable birth.


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Chiropractic Care for Pregnancy,

Postpartum, and Newborns

Pregnancy and post-pregnancy can be a challenging time physically and emotionally. With Dr. Brotski's chiropractic care, you can get relief from symptoms associated with pregnancy and post-natal, from the point you're trying to conceive, during your pregnancy, and after your baby is born. In fact, Dr. Brotski can also help your newborn.


Here are just a few of the many reasons Dr. Brotski can assist you and/or your newborn in the convenience of your home:

  • Trying to become pregnant

  • Seeking guidance for a healthy pregnancy

  • Looking for ways to shorten labor and delivery time

  • Working with a midwife or doula for a home birth

  • Properly positioning your baby for an easier delivery

  • Planning for natural birth experience in a hospital environment

  • Reducing the time of labor and delivery

  • Alleviating back pain, headaches, pain between the shoulder blades, carpal tunnel, sacroiliac pain, sciatica, pelvic pressure, heartburn, and other pregnancy-related symptoms

  • Providing newborn chiropractic care to relieve colic, fussiness, problems feeding, sleep issues, and neck issues including torticollis

  • Well baby checks, particularly after a long or strenuous birth (especially forceps delivery or C-section)

Birthing Centre
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Pregnancy and Post Natal Yoga

Experience how yoga can empower you during your journey through pregnancy and post-pregnancy. You will learn techniques to support your changing body and prepare you for childbirth and beyond. You will learn Yoga based:

  • relaxation skills

  • breathing practices

  • techniques to calm the mind

  • yoga postures for balance and strength

  • yoga postures to release tension

  • yoga postures to relieve common pregnancy and post-pregnancy related aches

Pregnant women in yoga class

Yoga for Child Birth

Whether you and your partner are having your first baby or you're second or third timers, you'll discover an in-depth look at movement and breathing tools. Your fears about labor and birth will be addressed so you both feel more confident. Third trimester or late second trimester is preferred. You'll be provided with:

  • Ways to manage pain, uncertainty and negativity using movement, sound, breathing, affirmations and relaxation

  • A "cheat sheet" for your labor bag

  • Empowering tools for birth partners to feel confidently supportive

  • A recording of a guided relaxation practice that you can use during labor

In Labour
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