Supine and prone movements can be uncomfortable during pregnancy, but you can adapt these movements with a few simple options taught in this class. Supine movements (on your back) can be modified to a seated position, and twisting movements can be modified to maintain alignment with your shoulders and hips. Remember to roll up from your side to return to a seated position, rather than crunching up from your core. For prone movements (on your tummy), simply take the movement up off the ground by kneeling, sitting, or standing.
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