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Contact information

St-Elisabeth site - Uccle
02-614 20 00
St-Michel site - Etterbeek
02-614 30 00
Bella Vita Medical Center - Waterloo
02-614 42 00

New! Prenatal Yoga


The Maternity Ward of the St-Elisabeth site organises prenatal yoga classes.


During pregnancy, the body needs extra care to carry the baby. Yoga exercises will improve your posture and flexibility, teach you to focus on yourself and your baby and give you the strength to carry your baby.
give you the strength to carry your baby. It will also help you stay healthy during pregnancy.

During these prenatal yoga classes, you become more in touch with yourself and your baby. You prepare your body and mind for childbirth by consciously relaxing and trusting your own "feminine" strength.

We practice different birthing positions and breathing techniques so that you are well prepared for the "big day".

You learn to trust your body more and your mind less. Prenatal yoga is particularly recommended for women who are easily tense or stressed.

It is also about relaxing and resting, in touch with the baby.


Prenatal yoga is given in a series of 10 classes. Each class is built around a theme and lasts 1.5 hours.

If possible and if you wish, you can follow several series of classes in order to become fully familiar with the exercises we do together. Each series is unique.

Prenatal yoga can be taken from 12 weeks of pregnancy until the day of delivery.

The classes are taught by midwives.


For pregnant women from 12 weeks.

You don't need to have any yoga experience, nor do you need to be flexible.

The exercises are fully adapted to your growing belly, so you can take the classes until the end of your pregnancy.

In the series of classes there is a session where the partner can participate.


Classes take place every Saturday at the Europe Hospitals, St-Elisabeth site, in the Jean Rey room from 11:30 to 13:00.

Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes beforehand so that you can settle in.

All material is available.


15 euros
+ 9,36 euros reimbursed by the mutual insurance company


02-614 27 30


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