There are so many things you can do on your mat while your little one is sitting there with you. One of my favorite things to do is plank!
Plank is great for your core and for post-natal recovery. Plank works the deepest muscles of your core which are usually the ones that need the most attention after delivering a baby. Another place that needs a lot of attention after labor and delivery, is your pelvic floor. There aren't a lot of exercises that can help build strength in your pelvic floor, but planks can!
Holding plank can also prepare you for holding balancing poses. In a balance pose you need core strength to hold steady and plank can help you get there. Below are just a couple variations of plank. A great and easy modification to remember for each one is to take your knees.
The key here is to get creative. While in plank you can do a a million different variations to help build your core strength. You can bend one knee at a time, bringing it in towards your chest, or even just lifting one foot off the ground can be a good challenge. If you have your little one on your mat remember to talk, play, and kiss them all along the way.
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