PRENATAL YOGA: A REWARDING TEACHING OPTION
A Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training allows you to expand your career options and provides the opportunity to learn about guiding pregnant women through their journey of pregnancy. Preparing women physically, mentally and emotional for the powerful transition of childbirth, and having the skills to teach a prenatal class is extremely rewarding.
“I feel like there was a lot of information covered in the time we had. Having Daniele share her midwivery background was fantastic and brought a deeper knowledge to the table.” 2018 Participant
With Senior Teacher & Midwife Danielle Denwood and Osteopathic Manual Practitioner Tanya Dei Tigli
FOR MANY WOMEN, the physical and emotional support received in Prenatal classes is instrumental in helping them through a healthy and vibrant pregnancy. Prenatal Yoga gives women time deepen their connection to their own bodies, finding more comfort while they experience the rapid and unfamiliar changes of pregnancy.
THIS TRAINING WILL ALLOW YOU to lead a full prenatal class with a childbirth education component and will also teach you how to incorporate pregnant women who may attend your regular yoga classes. It will prepare you to confidently teach pregnant women and to provide support to women in their formative stages of pregnancy, which helps to create confidence for an empowered birth.
“Having completed this training, I feel that I will be much more confident in welcoming pregnant women to my regular yoga classes and offer myself as a pre-natal sub – hence expanding my teaching repertoire” 2018 Participant
TAUGHT BY DANIELLE DENWOOD, Certified Professional Midwife and Senior Prenatal Yoga Instructor, this training is a wonderful way to deepen your knowledge of yoga and will include in element of professional development, personal growth and vision as yoga teachers.
TANYA DEI TIGLI, Osteopathic Manual Practitioner, will be covering the subject: Understanding how the spine changes during the three trimesters of pregnancy
As pregnancy progresses from one trimester to the next, the spine needs to adapt to the growing baby and enlarging uterus. This adaptation is key to maintaining a well balanced, flexible and stable spine. In this workshop, we will go through the anatomy of the changing spine in pregnancy, some posture tips that can prevent pain and injury, as well as some common areas of pain during pregnancy.
Although prior yoga teacher training is not a prerequisite to this training, it is beneficial to have some yoga experience.
“I absolutely loved the training. The amount of information/knowledge shared together with the love and passion was so engaging. Thank you so much! – 2018 Participant
“I enjoyed the detailed overview of pregnancy — symptoms, what to expect, etc as well as the super detailed info on the phases of labour. I think that having this understanding & knowledge will make all teachers more confident in teaching prenatal women” 2017 participant
Friday June 12 6-9pm
Saturday June 13 9am-6pm
Sunday June 14 9am-5:30pm
This course is eligible for Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Contact Hours and CYA credits