You will learn all about what it means to be a teacher in this specialism. Essential yoga practices including breathing, movements and relaxation that help pregnant women, not only enjoy pregnancy more, but be more comfortable as their bodies change too. Your classes will help them prepare for birth physically, mentally and emotionally and help them navigate all the many choices along their way calmly.
What Is Pregnancy Yoga Teacher Training?
About Our Pregnancy Yoga Teacher Training
This course offers you the chance to embrace the full and beautiful
potential to support mums and their bumps – from the earliest weeks
right through to and beyond the birth – whether they are seasoned yogis
or you are guiding them through their first ever moments on a yoga mat.
Our teacher on this training, Clare Maddalena is a senior teacher, doula
and mother of two, she is a true inspiration and has trained over 10,000
women since becoming a yoga teacher back in 2003.
Comprehensive, experiential, and fun, we are excited to offer this new
training programme and look forward to applications from teachers with
all levels of experience.
About Pregnancy Yoga Teacher Training: How To Apply
Our course is divided into 5 sections: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd trimesters, the
birth itself, and the post natal period. We will work through
theoretical and practical insights in how to help both mum and baby
during each and when certain practices ought to be avoided and why.
This will include:
– Preparing the class. What you need to know before and how to set up.
– Getting to know your mums. How to understand individual and groups
needs and expectations, and understanding common questions.
– Anatomy. What changes, where, when, and how.
– Nervous Systems. Both the sympathetic and parasympathetic.
– Asanas. Positions to promote healthy alignments, strength and
flexibility, according to the changes in the body, as well as supporting
– Breath. As a diagnostic tool and also to encourage support.
– Pranayama: Dirga, Ujjayi, Bhramari, Kapalabhatti, and Nadi Shodana
– Movement and sequencing. Working with both energy flow and physical needs.
– Bandhas. In particular working with and for the pelvic floor.
– Visualizations and meditation. To help mums gain a deeper
understanding of where they are at, promote peace and health, and
maintain these, no matter how plans and expectations are challenged
during the trimesters, birth, and post-natal period.
– Yoga props and assistance. How to make the most of these.
Weekend 1 Fri 5th, Sat 6th, Sun 7th April
Weekend 2 Fri 26th, Sat 27th and Sun 28th April
To apply please contact: email@example.com