Author Archives: theaspiringyogi

About theaspiringyogi

I am passionate about yoga - reading, writing, practising and teaching.

Pregnancy Yoga Video!

I  am so excited to be able to finally release Mother Nurture Yoga’s first Pregnancy Yoga Video. This was filmed when I was 39 weeks pregnant with my second child and the editing and voice over were a labour of love … Continue reading

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Mother Nurture Yoga hits the headlines

This article was recently published in the Hills News, Parramatta Sun and Blacktown Sun: Extra: Babymoon retreat   By Flora Cauchi Aug. 18, 2014, 2:38 p.m. Pre-natal yoga instructor Caroline Bagga will host an educative “babymoon” and retreat in one … Continue reading

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When birth doesn’t go according to plan

I love hearing the birth stories from the ladies who attend my Prenatal Yoga classes but too often I am told about things that went ‘wrong’, and I hear that wistful note in a new mother’s voice: “It wasn’t quite … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Home Birth of Alysha Grace Bagga

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This birth story was a long time in the making. After a failed induction for being ‘post dates’, my first daughter Samaira was born by ‘emergency’ caesarean. The whole experience scarred me in more ways than one and I swore … Continue reading

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I’m 35 weeks pregnant with my second child and currently investing a lot of my head space on preparing for a beautiful natural birth. It’s been a long journey since my first birth which started with a post-dates induction and … Continue reading

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Announcing Sydney’s first dedicated Prenatal Yoga Retreat!

Over the past year I’ve been teaching prenatal yoga to Sydney’s Mums-to-be and it has really inspired me to develop this day-long Pregnancy Yoga Retreat. I’m super excited to share this with all the beautiful pregnant mummies in Sydney! The … Continue reading

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Secrets of Sleep School

As a dedicated yoga practitioner, my views about how to raise my child naturally aligned to the ‘attachment’ style of parenting. For nine months, I carried my baby in a sling, fed her to sleep, co-slept and generally tried to … Continue reading

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