Did you just find that your baby is breech and are probably freaking out? First of all, don’t stress too much. Just because your care provider said it’s a breech, doesn’t mean you’ll get into a C-section. Especially, if you have not gone beyond 32 weeks.
Don’t get too overwhelmed, there are a lot of options and techniques to bring back your baby to position. Although, the most simple and inexpensive way to bring back from breech is to just give some time.
Also, first-time moms and women who are extremely fit might have more trouble getting the baby to move out of breech position. This is due to tighter pelvic and abdominal muscles.
This video below is aimed at mothers who would like to turn their breech baby, ideally practiced from 32 weeks of pregnancy. Please practice this sequence if you are certain your baby is in a breech position. If you have high blood pressure, this practice is not for you.
Before participating in any of the following yoga classes check with your health care provider if it is safe for you and your baby to participate in these classes. If you feel unwell at any point during these yoga classes you must stop immediately and seek medical advice.
In spite of following many techniques, if your baby doesn’t turn back from breech, don’t feel guilty. He or she may be breech for a good reason.