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What are some safety considerations for babywearing while practicing babywearing yoga or other exercises?

Hello everyone,

I am a new mom and recently discovered the world of babywearing. I find it to be a great way to bond with my baby while still being able to go about my daily activities. However, as someone who is also into yoga and other exercises, I am curious about the safety considerations when it comes to babywearing while working out.

I want to make sure that I am not putting myself or my baby in any danger while doing babywearing yoga or other exercises. So, I would love to hear from other moms who have experience with this. What are some safety precautions that I should keep in mind? Is there any specific baby carrier or wrap that is recommended for practicing babywearing yoga or exercises? Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

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Hi all,

I have also practiced babywearing yoga with my little one and wanted to share some additional tips that worked well for me. It is important to start with gentle movements and ensure you have a clear area to move without any obstacles that pose a tripping hazard. You wouldn't want to lose your balance and accidentally bump into any furniture or objects nearby.

One other thing I found to be useful was choosing poses that allowed me to maintain eye contact with my baby. This not only improves bonding between mother and child but it also ensures baby feels secure and supported while being carried. Additionally, it helps in keeping an eye on whether the baby seems comfortable or uncomfortable during movements.

Lastly, practice with a friend or peer who has experience with babywearing yoga. Postures may feel different and at first and it's useful to have someone who can offer feedback and provide extra support when needed.

Hope these tips are helpful to fellow babywearing moms who are interested in practicing yoga. It can be a fun and rewarding experience when done right with safety and comfort in mind.


Hi everyone,

As someone who loves practicing babywearing yoga, I've found that it's important to be mindful of your baby's weight and size when choosing a carrier or wrap. A lot of wraps or carriers are designed to hold babies up to a certain weight limit, so make sure you select one that can handle your baby's weight.

Additionally, it's important to remember that you should never force a pose or movement that feels uncomfortable for you or your baby. I always try to pay close attention to my baby's cues during exercises and if she seems uncomfortable or restless, I will take it as a sign to modify a pose or stop.

Finally, it's worth mentioning that practice makes perfect. Don't get discouraged if the movements feel awkward or difficult at first. You and your baby will get better at adjusting to each other and finding a flow over time with repeated practice.

I hope these tips help you feel confident and safe when practicing babywearing yoga with your little one!


Hi there,

I also love practicing babywearing yoga with my little one! One thing I always make sure to consider is the age and development stage of my baby. At a young age, their head and neck control may not be strong enough to support the extra movement and bouncing that comes with exercise. So, I always make sure to wait until my baby is a little older and stronger before doing more vigorous movements.

Another thing to consider is the type of baby carrier or wrap you are using. A carrier with good back and neck support is crucial when doing babywearing exercises. I use the Ergobaby carrier, which has great lumbar support for me and an infant insert for my little one.

Finally, always make sure to listen to your body and your baby. If you or your baby are uncomfortable, it's probably best to stop and take a break. Remember, safety always comes first!

Hope this helps!


Hey there,

I've had some amazing experiences practicing babywearing yoga with my baby. However, always keep in mind that every baby is different, and what works for one may not work for another. It's important to listen to your baby and stop if he or she seems uncomfortable, cranky or unhappy.

One of the most important safety considerations when doing babywearing exercises like yoga, is to ensure that your baby's airways are clear and they're able to breathe easily. Make sure you position your baby's head and neck correctly, so that they're not crunched up or at an awkward angle.

Lastly, be sure to start slowly and progress gradually as you become more comfortable with the poses. It's crucial to take your time and allow your body to adjust to the movements to build strength and flexibility gradually. It's not a race, and nobody is judging you on how quickly you progress.

Overall, practicing babywearing yoga can be an amazing way to bond with your baby while getting some exercise in. Always keep safety in mind, listen to your body and your baby's needs, and most importantly, have fun!


Hey everyone,

I have also tried babywearing yoga and loved it! However, I would like to add that it's important to have good balance and stability to avoid any accidents. I found that starting with basic yoga poses that focus on balance helped me build up my core strength and stability before moving on to more complicated movements.

Another thing to keep in mind is the temperature. You and your baby may get hot and sweaty while working out in close proximity, so it's important to dress baby appropriately and have a cool, ventilated environment to prevent overheating.

As for the baby carrier or wrap, I prefer using a stretchy wrap for yoga because it allows for more freedom of movement and flexibility. However, as mentioned before, it's important to make sure it provides proper support for your baby's head and neck.

I hope these tips help! Remember, safety and comfort for you and your baby should always be the priority when practicing babywearing yoga or any other exercises.



I am also a mother who's had positive experiences with practicing babywearing exercises like yoga with my little one. However, one thing that's important to keep in mind is to communicate with your instructor if you're taking a class.

Letting the instructor know that you're doing the poses with your baby and that he or she is in a carrier or wrap can help them provide useful advice and modification tips. Even if you're doing the exercises at home, it's always a good idea to research poses or routines that have been specifically modified for babywearing.

Lastly, I cannot stress enough the importance of obtaining clearance from your doctor. It's important to check with your doctor to make sure that both you and your baby are healthy enough to participate in babywearing yoga or any other form of babywearing exercise. This is especially important for mothers who have recently given birth or have had complications during pregnancy.

Overall, make sure to consult a doctor, communicate well in class or while following video tutorials, and most of all, enjoy the bonding experience with your baby through babywearing yoga or other exercises.

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