Fertility yoga specialist
Background & Experience
Background & Experience
Annie Perry left her successful commercial career in marketing in 2014 to pursue her passion for holistic health. After retraining as a Yoga Teacher, specialising in Pregnancy, Post-Natal, and Women’s Yoga, she developed her unique teaching style, focusing on building a sense of community and empowering women in their daily lives and key life events, such as birthing.
Annie felt drawn to helping women on the lonely road of struggling to conceive, miscarriage, and baby loss and those women struggling with fertility. So she completed a qualification in Fertility Yoga in 2019. During the pandemic, Annie’s Fertility Yoga classes reached many more people, both online and through her charity work with the Fertility Network UK.
Annie continues to teach Fertility Yoga online to reach women from further afield and provide a supportive space where they can talk and share before practicing yoga and meditation. In 2022, Annie added a Birth Doula qualification to her training, and she is currently studying for a qualification in Clinical Reflexology, which she will complete in May 2023.
Qualifications & Registrations:
Red Tent Doulas Training Programme
Advanced Biomechanics for Birth with Optimal Birth
Biomechanics for Birth with Optimal Birth
Fertility Yoga CPD with AllWoman School
300hr Yoga Teacher Qualification with YogaBellies School
Pre-Natal Massage Qualification with YogaBellies School
Swedish Massage Qualification with The BeautyGuild
220hr Yoga Teacher Qualification with YogaBellies School (specialising in Pre-Natal, Post-Natal, Baby
Massage and Yoga for Women
Msc (Distinction) Research Methods in Psychology
BA (Hons) Psychology
Areas of expertise
Specialising in supporting and nurturing women of all ages with the power of yoga.
Fertility & pre-natal yoga
Fertility and prenatal yoga are becoming increasingly popular for women who are trying to conceive, as well as those who are pregnant. Practising yoga during this time can have many benefits for both the body and the mind.
Fertility yoga can help to reduce stress, balance hormones, and increase blood flow to the reproductive organs, which can all contribute to improving fertility. Prenatal yoga can help to ease common discomforts associated with pregnancy, such as back pain, nausea, and fatigue. It can also help to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and improve circulation, which can be beneficial during labour and delivery.
Additionally, practising yoga during pregnancy can help to reduce stress and anxiety, promote relaxation and better sleep, and enhance bonding between mother and baby. Overall, fertility and prenatal yoga can be a wonderful way to support the body and mind during this important time in a woman’s life.