PRENATAL YOGA: THE BASICS
Module I ONLY – $695
30 HOUR PRENATAL YOGA TRAINING
Prenatal Yoga offers women a whole host of benefits and provides an effective preparation for labor, birth and beyond. In this course, birth professionals, as well as interested students and teachers, will learn the basics of the health & physiology of the pregnant woman, and will gain the confidence and skills to teach safe and creative prenatal classes.
Prenatal Yoga: The Basics is a prerequisite for Module II of our Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training.
Prenatal Yoga: The Basics is designed for:
Birth professionals such as doulas, midwives, OB-GYNs, nurses, childbirth educators, lactation consultants, fertility specialists, and others who want to offer prenatal yoga and yogic tools as part of their services
200-hour certified teachers who want to feel comfortable addressing the specific needs of pregnant women in their public classes. (please register through Yoga Yoga teacher training)
- Interested students (with the instructor’s permission)
Teachers seeking their 500-hour certification, and/or who want register for Teaching Prenatal Yoga: Refining Your Skills , and satisfy the requirements to become a Yoga Alliance Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT). Contact our Admissions Counsellors at firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 326-2273 to register.
What to expect:
This four-day program will include daily group asana practice, discussion of sequencing and teaching methodology, lectures and group discussions. In this course, you will learn:
How to teach safe, creative and effective prenatal yoga classes to women at any stage of pregnancy
How to adapt and modify postures to meet the changing needs of pregnancy in our in-depth asana clinics
The anatomy and physiology of pregnancy
Ways yoga can relieve some of the common discomforts of pregnancy and help with pain management during labor, as well as recovery after birth
How to create and nurture a supportive community for mothers, babies and families
How to incorporate different yogic tools, such as breathwork, meditation and relaxation techniques, into yoga or birthing classes.
ALL CLASSES HELD AT YOGA YOGA NORTH
SEPTEMBER 20 – 23, 2019
This 30-hour course meets Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 9:30am – 6:00pm (lunch break 12:30pm – 1:30pm).
This course is a prerequisite for Module 2
MODULE II: OCTOBER 25-27 – NOVEMBER 8-10, 2019
Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 9:30am – 6:00pm (lunch break 12:30 – 1:30pm)
Module 2 Weekend 1; October 25 – 27, 2019
Module 2 Weekend 2: November 8 – 10, 2019
Full Program: $995
Active Birth (Janet Balaskas)
The Female Pelvis (Blandine Calais-Germaine)
Mind Over Labor (Carl Jones)
Bountiful Blissful Beautiful (Gurmukh)
Dig Pregnancy Birth and Baby (Sue Elkind)
The Birth Partner (Penny Simkin)
Birthing from Within (Pam England)
Women’s Fitness Program Development (Ann F. Cowlin)
Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn (Penny Simkin)
about your teacher
Alice found her way to yoga in 2000 practicing both Kundalini and Hatha styles. She found that it helped her calm her mind and emotions as well as strengthen her physical body. Alice became a registered yoga teacher in 2003 after attending Yoga Yoga Teacher Training. Since then Alice has passionately continued to deepen her understanding and knowledge of yoga through her own practice and by studying with a range of knowledgeable teachers. Alice is a certified doula with ALACE.
Alice’s teaching is greatly influenced and informed by Gary Kraftsow, Gurucharan and Donna Farhi, as well as her own experience and practice. Alice has a great passion for working with and teaching women. In her Prenatal and Postnatal classes she places an emphasis on the needs of the student as an individual. Alice also has a gift for working with beginners and uses this gift when teaching her Kundalini Foundation Series. Alice also teaches Hatha, Restorative, and Children’s yoga.