Prenatal Yoga

Focuses on gentle yoga poses, breath and meditation. A beautiful way for pregnant women to connect to their baby.

Prenatal Yoga at Nadi Wellness

Focuses on gentle yoga poses, breath and meditation. A beautiful way for pregnant women to connect to their baby.

This class encourages stretching, mental centering and focused breathing.

Prenatal yoga can:

  • Improve sleep
  • Reduce stress and anxiety
  • Increase the strength, flexibility and endurance of muscles needed for childbirth.
  • Decrease lower back pain, nausea, headaches and shortness of breath.

Friday’s 11am – 12pm


Nadi Wellness Queenstown


Sandi Murphy


$85 for 5 week block or casual $20 classes


OR for more information or bookings:
PHONE  Talia – Nadi Wellness Manager 03 409 0318
EMAIL  [email protected]

About your teacher Sandi Murphy

“I love Yoga because it helps me to comprehend, transcend and stretch through any blur and fog of what I am not. Yoga clears the way for something new even if it is the simplicity of a fresh conscious breath. Yoga helps me to remember to surrender, to be accepting and grateful for all that I have. By allowing for softness in my strength and peace in my power I am learning to awaken greater joy and deepen in self- love. It is such a privilege and honour to share the teachings of yoga. My intention is to keep returning to the wholeness that I am, to seek authenticity in my thoughts, words and actions and to in turn inspire others as I practise to be the change that they wish to see both in themselves and the world.’ Sandi Murphy

Sandi Murphy ~ (ERYT500) Yoga Teacher, Yoga Educator, Massage Therapist and Actress is the director and founder of Nadi Wellness offering yoga, massage, holistic therapies, trainings and retreats in both Queenstown, New Zealand and Bali.
She has been studying yoga with international master teachers since 1998 and has been teaching since 2006.

Sandi is a mother of two, and has guided countless mamma’s though their pregnancies. These times of transformation for the body and mind can be overwhelming at times. But connecting with other women in the group will also benefit the mind and body.