Empower pregnant women in a supportive group atmosphere with safe and competent pregnancy yoga classes.
Beyond safe and effective practice, this course aims to relay the ability to use yoga for helping pregnant women through their individual journeys. Learn to teach tailored individual classes and group sessions that foster a supportive atmosphere in which long lasting friendships may blossom among mothers to be.
Birthlight has been a pioneer course provider in Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth since the 1990s. Perinatal Yoga Teacher Training designed by one of Europe’s most profound experts in the field of womens health, birth and birthing issues – Francoise Freedman.
The course is open to applicants with a recognized yoga teaching qualification, ideally from a 200h course.
This is part 2 of the training. (last 2 days of 6), you must have completed the first part to attend the second. Space may be limited due to the enrollment of the part 1 group.
If you come to part 2 from another part 1 course: €440
(If you have already paid the full course up front @ Yoga Moves, but are changing your dates to another course at Yoga Moves, the change fee is €90)
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During the home study that follows the course, coursework consists of a worksheet including an essay (2000 words) and 10 questions, two case-studies, four class observations and a review. The aim is to develop your teaching skills and gain confidence for the best delivery of your classes.
Students get support from their tutor and fellow students via online groups and will have access to a dedicated members training website (learning resources, business and marketing resources, film clips, latest research.)
On successful completion of the training, teachers will be able to list their classes on the birthlight website.
The Perinatal Yoga Diploma is awarded after assessment of coursework and a final practical on the Part 2 course.
Successful completion of Part 1 and 2 Perinatal Yoga plus Postnatal Yoga together including the coursework create a comprehensive training of 8 days that satisfy the requirements to register as a Yoga Alliance Professionals Prenatal Yoga Teacher.
Students must attend the courses in full in order to get the qualification. If a student misses more than 2 hours of the course, then the certification cannot be granted and arrangements will need to be discussed and agreed in order to complete.
Be prepared for the course by:
Kirsteen Ruffell began her own Yoga practice began by chance in 1990 and she’s been enjoying it ever since. Apart from Pre & Post Natal Yoga & Baby Yoga with Birthlight she also has a background of training in Hatha & Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and she has been teaching since 1998. She finds it a great joy that Yoga can bring such benefit during pregnancy, birth and beyond, not just to Mum and baby but to partners, siblings and all the family.See profile ›