Prenatal Yoga Teaching Fundamentals Training
Enhance your instruction skills and increase your teaching opportunities by learning the fundamentals of prenatal yoga.
- Feel confident when a pregnant person steps into your class
- Say “Yes” to those sub request for a prenatal yoga teacher
- Find out if the path as a prenatal yoga instructor is right for you
Many yoga instructors find the leap to prenatal yoga intimidating, and for good reason! There are many contraindications to certain poses, new orthopedic challenges to be aware of, and special emotional considerations. This class will break down the most important parts of branching into prenatal yoga practice. Upon completion, participants will be able to create and teach a prenatal yoga class with confidence. No matter your practice setting—gym, studio, or private lessons—this course will improve your ability to work with pregnant students.
This training will also deepen the practice of yogis who are currently pregnant, or who are hoping to become pregnant in the future. Doulas, midwives, and childbirth educators attending this course will learn how yoga is applied in a prenatal practice.
This 20-hour workshop will cover:
- Benefits of prenatal yoga
- The basic physiology and stages of pregnancy
- Adaptation of poses commonly used in a group setting
- Breathing practices and visualizations
- Selection and sequencing of poses that benefit the prenatal body
- Designing and teaching a prenatal-centered yoga class
- Contraindications and Scope of Practice
This training is valid for 20 contact hours through Yoga Alliance. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the training.
- Friday January 18th, 5pm-9pm
- Saturday January 19th 8am-5pm
- Sunday January 20th 8am-5pm
Investment: $350; Early bird registration $325 if paid by December 18th, 2018
Registration: Registration required to reserve your spot.
Refund Policy: Cancelled registrations are only eligible for a refund (minus $40 processing fee) up to December 18th, 2018
Instructor: Judi McGee, RPYT, Postpartum Doula, and Childbirth Educator