It would probably depend on whether you can find a practitioner who is trained to modify the exercises for pregnant ladies. We do spend a bit of time on our backs in pregnancy yoga, but not long. I'd have a chat with your local teacher and see what they suggest.
I bought this book when I was first pregnant...managed to get a 2nd hand copy off ebay...I'm assuming it is the same book of which you are talking Janie? It was any easy read and actually made a lot of sense to me. In the end (as you'll know) I didn't carry on running, but I would've done if I could have kept water down! I'd recommend it anyway.
I'm nearly 37 weeks now, and desperately eyeing up the baby jogger xc which is sitting in our downstairs loo...hopefully a couple more months and I can get back out there. If anyone else is looking at jogging prams, and can't find one of these to try, I have to say it seems very well built, whilst still being relatively light. It has a hand brake as well as the foot brake, is incredibly easy to put up and down and all three wheels come off to aid sticking it in the car if you have a small boot. Has an amazing turning circle...we're planning on using it as our every day pram too, but will let you all know how we get on once baby is here!
Hey everyone - 33 weeks and still with the sickness I tried to order a few bits and pieces for my hospital bag and had a bit of an 'overwhelmed' moment! Can't wait for the good old hor'moans' to settle down again...bursting into tears at anything!!!
Managed to find an antenatal yoga class, but its a bit more of a 'tea, biscuits and stories with a bit of gentle stretching' class. Still, it's the best I can find round our way at the moment and has to be better than doing nothing at all!