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Nadine Richardson


Nadine Richardson is a mother, qualified childbirth educator, senior doula and yoga teacher of over 13 years. Nadine began fulltime yoga teaching in 1998 after completing a 3-year apprenticeship. She has thoroughly enjoyed teaching to thousands of students around the world. She has facilitated women’s retreats, conferences, sharing circles and workshops for women and teenagers. Nadine also runs She Births a short highly effective course that prepares women and couples for birth and early parenthood.


Pregnant women come to yoga and try it out and they get a sense of peace and calm. They get a little taste of their true self. The ability they have to control their mind and to witness sensations. They notice how good it is to stretch and to breathe deeply. They get a little taste of that and they want more.

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