• Published 2011

The Effects of Prenatal Yoga on the Unborn Child , Attachment Style , and Mindful Parenting : A Call for Research

@inproceedings{Toriggino2011TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Prenatal Yoga on the Unborn Child , Attachment Style , and Mindful Parenting : A Call for Research},
  author={Marisa Toriggino},
  year={2011}
}
  • Marisa Toriggino
In order to reverse the upward trend of caesarean sections, infant mortality, and the declining birth weight of babies in the United States (Donahue, Kleinman, Giliman, Oken, 2010), more research needs to be done on alternative noninvasive treatments. Prenatal yoga is a rapidly growing noninvasive treatment (Wang et al., 2005), however, its popularity has outpaced the research. While studies do show that the mother benefits from yoga, no study has looked at the effect of prenatal yoga on the… CONTINUE READING

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