Pregnancy to Motherhood

(Garbhini Parichariya)

A holistic approach where we integrate Ancient Science and Modern Science with Homeopathy

Pregnancy Wellness

Reconnecting with our ancient sciences for a better pregnancy care.

80% of the baby's brain development happens in the womb! Neural connections of foetus develop for:

  • Vital function control
  • For reflexes and balance
  • Emotion, memory, learning
  • For all senses: vision, hearing, language, touch pain, taste, and even social interaction

Our programs contribute towards social, physical, spiritual, mental well-being of both mother and child. It is scientifically proven that the baby, when in the womb, has infinite capacity to grow his or her mind and senses if the right external stimulation is given.

Our program modules include

Yoga sessions

We have yoga, pranayama, Lamaze and meditation programs where we build strength, improve flexibility and develop balance. We focus on each trimester with a different objective

Nutritional balance

We have nutritionists and dieticians to help provide diet plans best for the mother and the baby


We have counsellors to help the mom-to-be to sort through any conflicting emotions and bolster her mental wellness with supportive care

Homeopathy - Safe & Gentle

Homeopathic remedies help support women through the stages of childbirth, the most challenging and intense phase in her life , both physical and at emotional levels. Homeopathy can be effectively used along with the hospital medical care for a beneficial outcome.

Homeopathy is perfectly safe to use during pregnancy, childbirth, the postnatal breastfeeding mothers and their babies. It is one of many alternative therapies that can enhance your body’s own healing ability.

Homeopathy will greatly help for to- be- mothers for issues like constipation, piles, backache, anxiety, headache, hyperacidity, indigestion, lethargy etc during prenatal stage. As well with nursing and breastfeeding difficulties which include mastitis, painful sore nipples, reduced milk supply, overabundant milk and emotional difficulties breastfeeding and bonding with their babies.

Nutritional Balance

"Hrudayam dravam madhur priyam snigdham deepaneeya sanskritam cha bhojanam bhojanam” - Sage:Charaka

To maintain a healthy pregnancy, approximately 300 extra calories are needed each day. These calories should come from a balanced diet of protein, fruits, vegetables and whole grains.

Proper Nutrition ensures

  • Maternal health
  • Eating right to maintain good health.
  • Production of milk to nourish the infant.

Some needed micronutrients during this phase are Folic acid, Iron, Omega 3, Vitamin A, Calcium, Vitamin D, and Iodine.


Pre-natal Counselling

Pregnancy is the most beautiful journey in a woman's life but also is a physical as well as an emotional roller-coaster ride. The anxiety about the right course of action can be quite daunting. All these concerns can add to the stress, which is unhealthy and can negatively affect the pregnancy.

Prenatal counselling prepares the to-be-mom to go through the pregnancy on a healthy note.

Post natal Counselling

Women and newborns require support and careful monitoring after birth.

Post natal Counselling benefits:

  • Support the mother for an easy transition.
  • Postnatal depression guidance
  • Nutrition guidance
  • Breastfeeding guidance
  • Family planning advice

Yoga sessions

We focus each trimester with a different objective

First Trimester
Second Trimester
Third Trimester

Stability Development

The first trimester is a period of confusion. The mother has to adapt to a new lifestyle. She is likely to face physical and emotional turmoil.

This can cause distress to the mother. The need of the hour is stability and a calming environment.

Parvatasana, Shavasana, Sukhasana, Setubandhasana, Tadasana, Gomukhsan Asanas like will help her for flexibility and toning, along with Yoganidra, Meditation and Mantra chanting.

Strength Development

In the second trimester, there is a lot of organ development happening in the foetus. The heart, sensory organs, the brain and the muscle development all occur in the foetus

This is the safest time in a pregnancy to start exercises to improve flexibility and firmness. Facilitates stronger mind and muscle development in foetus.

This module has Kati chakrasana, Malasana, Veerabandhasana, Marjasana, Badhakonasana etc along with Pranayama, Chanting, Yoganidra

Space Creation

In the third trimester, the foetus has grown sizeably and it needs more space to refine his/her preparation of birth. The mother should give her baby enough space for its rotation to reach the correct position.

Space creating asanas help to bring in more space within the womb and maintain amniotic fluid balance, to felicitate normal childbirth and postnatal wellbeing for both mother and the baby.

This module includes Malasana, Veerabhadrasana, Gomukhasana etc. Specific practices like Brahmari Pranayama, Visualization. All these enhance space and stamina

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