To find out specific details or to book onto a course contact Lisa Toth: or call 07812 474471

Lisa is a fully qualified Yoga teacher and HypnoBirthing teacher. She is a registered member of Yoga Alliance, Birthlight and the Hypnobirthing Association accredited by the Royal College of Midwives. She teaches pre- and postnatal Yoga and Hypnobirthing classes throughout SE London.

Lisa trains other yoga teachers to become qualified pre-and post-natal Yoga teachers. She lectures on YogaLondon's Pre- and Post-natal Yoga teacher training programme; a training programme she designed with Anja Brierley-Lange of YogaEmbodied.


Being pregnant, becoming a mother is a very special and personal journey. It’s a time of major life change and transformation, a time for women to discover and re-connect to their innate female powers and intuitive wisdom.  

Yoga is an ancient, complete and effective system of self-care, not only for pregnancy, but also to actively prepare for labour & birth and the postnatal period.

As you grow and nurture your unborn baby during the 9 months of pregnancy you are growing into a new role – that of motherhood. Pregnant women naturally experience daily shifts and changes in their body, their energy levels, and emotions and yoga actively supports mothers-to-be to adapt gracefully to these changes.

Pregnancy Yoga classes offer a holistic programme of breathwork (pranayama), movement (asana), relaxation, visualisation, sound and meditation suited to all stages of pregnancy, from 12 weeks of pregnancy.

Please check with your midwife or GP that yoga is suitable for you and your baby. Lisa’s pregnancy Yoga classes are fun, friendly and local.

Benefits of pregnancy yoga include:

  • Bond with your unborn baby
  • Can relieve common minor ailments during pregnancy (e.g. backache, swollen joints, heartburn, indigestion)
  • Keeps your body supple and improves your posture
  • Helps you to feel positive, confident and empowered for the birth you want
  • Boosts your energy levels
  • Relieves stress and anxiety and positively calms the mind and the emotions
  • Relaxes you and promotes restful sleep
  • Can be used to relieve pain in labour and childbirth
  • Meet other expectant mothers, share experiences and make new friends

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Did you know?

Women in full time employment are entitled to paid time off work to attend yoga classes, which are covered by the category 'antenatal appointments and relaxation and parentcraft classes'. For further details of the legal obligation of employers to pregnant workers, please see:

Hypnobirthing AssociationBirthlightregistered Yoga Alliance prenatal teacher