Pregnancy yoga, East Auckland.

Strengthen your mind, body, and spirit in preparation for birth. Pregnancy yoga is a deliciously gentle and empowering way to connect with your changing body

Join like-minded expecting mums.

Designed specifically for mums-to-be, these classes focus on rejuvenating and strengthening the bodies of pregnant women through yoga. 

Prenatal yoga can help reduce stress, anxiety, insomnia and pain through deep breathing and stretching. You don’t need previous yoga experience or to be flexible – just a willingness to take part. These classes provide a great opportunity for women to grow together and experience a shared journey with one another in an atmosphere of support, connection and joy, as women find their own unique way through pregnancy. 

Classes are led by me, Melissa, a trained prenatal educator who has completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training course through Noah Maze. 

Classes currently take place each Monday, 6:00 – 7:00pm at Uxbridge Arts Centre, Howick. From August, classes will be held from Kotahi Community Centre, Tuesday’s, 6:00 – 7:00pm.

Book a pregnancy yoga class and look forward to:

  • 60 minutes of “me time”
  • A calm, relaxed, and welcoming environment
  • Lots of flowing movements to open up the hips
  • Postures that are helpful for getting baby in an optimal position
  • Kneeling and standing poses to invigorate and energise the body
  • Exercises to strengthen your core and pelvic floor muscles
  • Common postures to try during labour
  • Option to purchase a single class or discounted block of 4 consecutive classes

No experience is necessary. Just bring a mat, blanket, and a pillow or two.

Come along to meet like-minded expectant mums, tap into my 15+ years of midwifery experience, and connect with your baby on a deeper level.

I’m a fully qualified yoga instructor. I completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training through Noah Maze in Los Angeles, California, and hold a Prenatal Yoga Certification from Bliss Baby in Australia.

60 minutes of 'me' time

Mondays, 6-7pm, Uxbridge Arts Centre, Howick