TLYH created FlyMama™ prenatal aerial yoga classes not only to incorporate all of the benefits defined above, but also to add an element of lightness that expecting mothers can often find unattainable. For those mothers-to-be worried about the intensity of prenatal exercise and its effects, aerial yoga helps provide additional assistance that allows practitioners to adjust the intensity of the workout to safe and tolerable levels. TLYH FlyMama™ classes build safe strength to help define joint boundaries during a time when your body is telling you that you are more flexible than you are, which can lead to joint dislocation. Since core strength is a core focus of yoga, strengthening these muscles involves a delicate balance. While this focus can help decrease lower back pain, nausea, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches and shortness of breath, balancing strengthening with stretching (as yoga practice is known to accomplish) is essential in preventing painful abdominal muscle tearing common during pregnancy.