5 Week Prenatal Yoga Program Series | Online

I highly recommend Sue Ann’s prenatal  yoga classes. She has a beautiful spirit and truly loves yoga and sharing it with others. She brings a vast knowledge base and history to integrating new and interesting flows.

– A.M

October 30, November 6, 13, 20 & 27

Fridays, 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM PST

Pregnant? Looking to deeply connect with yourself and other pregnant people during this transformational time? Please join Hamsa (Sue Ann) Fisher of West Asheville Yoga as she guides you through a 5-week prenatal yoga program.

This series is designed to help you move through your pregnancy with more ease and strength.  Ultimately, prenatal yoga will help you focus your mind and breath to prepare for birth and motherhood.

PLEASE NOTE: This series is suitable for those who are in their second and third trimester.


$79 plus applicable taxes

During my pregnancy, yoga with Sue Ann helped me feel stronger and more grounded.

– H.D

Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga have been deeply healing and Sue Ann is a great mentor and motivator to keep up the work.

– L.B

Meet Your Instructor

Hamsa Sue Ann Fisher

800hr Vijnana International; RYT 200

Sue Ann has dedicated herself to yoga since 2012. Her passion is to help students feel stronger in their bodies and more connected to their hearts. Sue Ann’s classes mix  functional movement, philosophy and body | heart | mind alignment. With a deep understanding of movement, she is able to guide students more fully into their own bodies. Sue Ann is deeply grateful for her time studying and practicing at the Salt Spring Centre of Yoga. She is the owner and lead instructor at West Asheville Yoga in North Carolina. Sue Ann holds an 800 hour Vijnana Yoga Certificate, and a 500 hour Yoga Alliance certificate where she focused primarily on prenatal yoga.

Sue Ann’s prenatal yoga teaching journey began at West Asheville Yoga Studio. She witnessed the beauty and connection that Cat Matlock and Roxy Robbins, two senior Prenatal Yoga Teachers, brought to the community. Under their guidance, teaching private and group prenatal classes quickly became a passion. Throughout her own pregnancy, yoga and the yoga community were essential for Sue Ann. Prenatal Yoga strengthened her connection with her own body, her baby and her community. She feels honored to share these teachings and contribute to other women’s transformational experiences.

I’m super picky about instructors  and I just thoroughly enjoy the way Sue Ann teaches and the energy she brings to practice whether it’s online or in person.

– A.B
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