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    85-Hr Pregnancy Yoga Training with Sally Parkes

    Sports
  • When
    24 August 08:00 - 10:00
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    This 85 Hour Yoga Alliance (US & UK) certified course covers Pregnancy, Post-natal and Mother and Baby Yoga and is grounded in sound anatomy and physiology as well as in the teachings of yoga.

    The aim is to give you, the student, knowledge and expertise to deliver safe, effective and uplifting classes and one to ones. This is achieved via a combination of appropriate anatomy, physiology, Asana, Pranayama, Mudra and relaxation, whilst the Shakti (female) energetics that resides in all women and allows such an amazing event: (conception, pregnancy and birth) to occur is honoured.

    Yoga and methods developed from Pilates and gentle exercise rehabilitation, to assist post-natal recovery is also discussed, taught and practiced before moving on to our Mother and Baby Yoga module. The course finishes with a talk on how to set up your business including tips on using social media, hiring a space and how to organise classes, and how to keep client referrals at an optimum level.

    This Course will take place over 2 weekends in August & September 2018-Friday, Saturday & Sunday-08:00-16:30:
    24/25/26 August 2018
    31 August & 1/2 September 2018

    This course teaches you to deliver classes & one to one lessons that are:

    Safe, effective and functional
    An even blend of the yoga system
    Empowering
    Uplifting
    Informative
    Non-judgemental
    Supportive
    You will finish the training course with the skills to:

    You will be able to teach a Pregnancy Yoga class, a Post-Natal Yoga class and a Mother and Baby Yoga Class.

    Teach a well-rounded yoga class that honours a woman’s mind and body at this special and sacred time.

    Adapt your general classes for any pregnant ladies who also attend.

    Integrate yoga props and small equipment into your classes and one to ones to make them more bespoke.

    Adapt the class for those with injuries and/or common ailments such as lower back pain, pelvic girdle pain, low/high blood pressure and fatigue.

    Have a clear understanding of why it is important to incorporate all elements of yoga into a class.

    Have the knowledge of what actually happens to the body during pregnancy and birth.

    Homework, Assignments and Exam:

    Students will be asked to write a short pregnancy yoga sequence after the third day to teach towards the end of the course to the rest of the group. This will constitute the practical exam for the course.

    There are also several assignments to complete including three class observations (ideally prior to the course), teaching practice and a case study.

    You will also be expected to thoroughly read the course training manual.