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Pregnant women doing a yoga pose in prenatal yoga class

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born to breathe

Empowering women through pregnancy and beyond

Prenatal & Postnatal Classes

Born to Breathe's inspirational prenatal yoga classes will help you connect to your breath, your body, and your baby as you become physically and mentally prepared for the birth of your baby.

Prenatal Yoga

Aquanatal Yoga

Postnatal Yoga

Gentle Yoga

Baby Ready Workshops

Group & Private Classes

Roberta Kelinson, owner of Born to Breathe

Meet Roberta

Roberta Kelinson, known as "The Midwife of Souls," empowers expecting mothers through inspirational prenatal yoga classes. Her expertise stems from a rich educational background and a lifelong passion for an active lifestyle. Through training and dedication, she became a certified yoga instructor, specializing in prenatal yoga. Roberta's classes offer safe poses, affirmations, and emotional support, preparing women physically and emotionally for the incredible journey of childbirth and motherhood.

Born to Breathe

My mission is to empower women. To walk with them through their pregnancy and beyond. To keep women safe, moving more intentionally.To help women believe in their innate ability to conceive, grow, nurture, and give birth.

What does it mean to be empowered for birth?

Being empowered for birth means that you are confident, informed and supported in your choices and preferences. It means that you trust your body, your instincts and your care providers.

What Students Say

"Roberta's prenatal yoga classes are amazing.  Every week throughout my pregnancy, I enjoyed joining her on my mat for education, movement, and meditation.  Roberta is so knowledgeable!  I am thankful I was able to learn from her while connecting to my baby.  The prenatal yoga poses helped me relax, stretch, and rid my body of those pregnancy ailments, aches, and pains.  I highly recommend Roberta's classes.  She is amazing inside and out!" 

Aubree Savage

"Just as a woman's heart knows how and when to pump, her lungs to inhale, and her hand to pull back from fire, so she knows when and how to give birth."

Virginia DiOrio

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