I am excited, and honoured, to be the lead trainer on the Children’s Yoga Teacher Training, working with Amanda Edlin from Waking Minds Yoga.
Learn how to teach yoga to children, exploring stories, creating fun games and warming little hearts and minds. Create beautiful, engaging classes that introduce yoga to children. Allow children to play, learn and be creative.
We give you the tools and structure to create your own classes, together with tips, ideas and resources that you can use straight away.
This course requires completion of 40 contact hours over 2 weekends and also home study.
“I would strongly recommend this course, good fun, loads of knowledge, great practice sessions and amazing teachers!!!”
“I really enjoyed the relaxed vibes of the weekends and the support I received from you both to get my coursework completed and fully understood was very appreciated.”
“Thank you so much, it was so much fun, it didn’t feel like we were were being taught – and yet we learnt so much!”
March 28th 29th 2020
Royal Agricultural University Campus, Cirencester
Course Fees £560
To reserve your place contact email@example.com
This course is suitable for anyone who works with children and has some yoga experience. It is also suitable for existing yoga teachers who would like to introduce yoga to little ones.
For qualified adult yoga teachers, this course can be used as a module for Waking Minds Yoga 300hr post graduate yoga teacher training course.
If you’re not already a yoga teacher then you’ll be required to undertake some additional home study. This extra module costs £50.
Children’s Yoga Teacher Training – What We Cover
- Class Planning & Systems
- Class Management
- Making yoga accessible for children aged 3 and upwards
- Games, stories and activities
- Asana, pranayama
- Creating stillness & relaxation
- How to introduce yoga philosophy
- Partner yoga for children
- Legal, insurance, safeguarding and DBS requirements
- Pack of cards, to get you started with your classes
If you want to introduce the benefits of yoga to children, please do get in touch!