Pregnancy Yoga Training a 85-hour Yoga Prenatal taught by Christine Stewart and certified by YA and YAP and Friends

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Pregnancy Yoga Training a 85-hour Yoga Prenatal taught by Christine Stewart and certified by YA and YAP and Friends

This training can be a standalone Certified Prenatal Training or part of the Advanced Camatkara 300-hour training. For certification, you must hold a 200-hr foundational cert. Still, if you are working in the area of pregnancy or are pregnant yourself and want to go deeper, this may be for you, too.

When you finish this course, you can run a confident and fully informed yoga course for pregnant women, whether they are experienced or new to yoga. You will have the support of Studio Eleven teachers both while you are doing the course and after the course is completed.

• You will receive a comprehensive training manual and a recording of four prerecorded prenatal yoga classes.


What you will learn


General Background in the Specialty Area: 4 Hours

Understanding of psychological considerations during pregnancy and how to differentiate between high-risk and non-high-risk pregnancy.

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Techniques, Training and Practice: 25 Hours

Yoga techniques for the needs of the pregnant person, including practice and teaching skills for trimester-specific yoga techniques. with alignment for the expectant parent, appropriate yoga techniques for each trimester, how to practice yoga techniques safely and relaxation and stress management techniques.


Teaching Methodology: 10 Hours

Includes design of lesson plans for the beginning and/or advanced students during each trimester.


Anatomy and Physiology: 10 Hours

This includes a talk by a qualified and practising midwife.

Human anatomy and physiology (physical and subtle body) are explicitly related to considerations during pregnancy. Topics include but are not limited to: an overview of what is normal anatomy and physiology during pregnancy, how organs function during pregnancy, overview of the complications, including miscarriage, premature labour, hypertension, preeclampsia and body mechanics.


Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers: 4 Hours

Includes traditional yoga philosophy as it may apply to lifestyle and well-being during pregnancy.

Practicum: 20 Hours

Practicum hours are divided between hours spent observing prenatal classes and reviewing these and hours spent teaching a competent prenatal yoga class.


Going Deeper: 10 Hours

These hours will be spent exploring meditations for Pregnancy, the benefits of yoga on a birth ball, birth partner yoga, yoga for the birthing room, and post-pregnancy yoga.


Practicum: 25 hours

• This includes observing other prenatal teachers leading five prenatal yoga classes, writing these up and sending them to Christine before 22 November... This counts as ten hours of observing and documenting five prenatal classes (out of the studio room),

• The trainees will record themselves teaching a one-hour prenatal yoga class and send it to Christine before 22 November. This counts as five hours preparing and conducting a one-hour class (out of the studio room)

• Reading two of the recommended books and write a short review on both. Please send it to Christine before 22 November. This counts as ten hours (out of the studio room)

• Complete open-book quizzes and reviews. This will be done on the last training day, 25 November.

The total 85 hours of training:


Quiz

This open-book Quiz will qualify you and must completed. It will test and consolidate the knowledge you gain during the training.


Dates for this training


27th-28th -29th September

25th - 26th - 27th -28th October

22nd - 23rd - 24th November

Fridays will be 5.30 PM - 9 PM,

Saturdays and Sundays 10–5.30 PM

The bank holiday Monday - 10 AM -5.30 PM


There are three payment options.

1. The early bird price will be paid in full by the 30 June €960

2. A deposit of €290 will be produced by 31 August, and the remaining €700 will be paid before training starts.

3. A deposit of €290 will be paid by the 31 August. The remaining €720 will be paid in four lots of €180 each paid before each module.


Total Hours: 85 Hours  

Pregnancy Yoga Training a 85-hour Yoga Prenatal taught by Christine Stewart and certified by YA and YAP and Friends Description

This training can be a standalone Certified Prenatal Training or part of the Advanced Camatkara 300-hour training. For certification, you must hold a 200-hr foundational cert. Still, if you are working in the area of pregnancy or are pregnant yourself and want to go deeper, this may be for you, too.

When you finish this course, you can run a confident and fully informed yoga course for pregnant women, whether they are experienced or new to yoga. You will have the support of Studio Eleven teachers both while you are doing the course and after the course is completed.

• You will receive a comprehensive training manual and a recording of four prerecorded prenatal yoga classes.


What you will learn


General Background in the Specialty Area: 4 Hours

Understanding of psychological considerations during pregnancy and how to differentiate between high-risk and non-high-risk pregnancy.

.

Techniques, Training and Practice: 25 Hours

Yoga techniques for the needs of the pregnant person, including practice and teaching skills for trimester-specific yoga techniques. with alignment for the expectant parent, appropriate yoga techniques for each trimester, how to practice yoga techniques safely and relaxation and stress management techniques.


Teaching Methodology: 10 Hours

Includes design of lesson plans for the beginning and/or advanced students during each trimester.


Anatomy and Physiology: 10 Hours

This includes a talk by a qualified and practising midwife.

Human anatomy and physiology (physical and subtle body) are explicitly related to considerations during pregnancy. Topics include but are not limited to: an overview of what is normal anatomy and physiology during pregnancy, how organs function during pregnancy, overview of the complications, including miscarriage, premature labour, hypertension, preeclampsia and body mechanics.


Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers: 4 Hours

Includes traditional yoga philosophy as it may apply to lifestyle and well-being during pregnancy.

Practicum: 20 Hours

Practicum hours are divided between hours spent observing prenatal classes and reviewing these and hours spent teaching a competent prenatal yoga class.


Going Deeper: 10 Hours

These hours will be spent exploring meditations for Pregnancy, the benefits of yoga on a birth ball, birth partner yoga, yoga for the birthing room, and post-pregnancy yoga.


Practicum: 25 hours

• This includes observing other prenatal teachers leading five prenatal yoga classes, writing these up and sending them to Christine before 22 November... This counts as ten hours of observing and documenting five prenatal classes (out of the studio room),

• The trainees will record themselves teaching a one-hour prenatal yoga class and send it to Christine before 22 November. This counts as five hours preparing and conducting a one-hour class (out of the studio room)

• Reading two of the recommended books and write a short review on both. Please send it to Christine before 22 November. This counts as ten hours (out of the studio room)

• Complete open-book quizzes and reviews. This will be done on the last training day, 25 November.

The total 85 hours of training:


Quiz

This open-book Quiz will qualify you and must completed. It will test and consolidate the knowledge you gain during the training.


Dates for this training


27th-28th -29th September

25th - 26th - 27th -28th October

22nd - 23rd - 24th November

Fridays will be 5.30 PM - 9 PM,

Saturdays and Sundays 10–5.30 PM

The bank holiday Monday - 10 AM -5.30 PM


There are three payment options.

1. The early bird price will be paid in full by the 30 June €960

2. A deposit of €290 will be produced by 31 August, and the remaining €700 will be paid before training starts.

3. A deposit of €290 will be paid by the 31 August. The remaining €720 will be paid in four lots of €180 each paid before each module.


Total Hours: 85 Hours