postnatal yoga course

Yoga Alliance Professionals UK Accredited Specialist Teacher Training Course

Deepen your understanding of yoga and postnatal wellbeing

Empower and support women

Enhance your career

postnatal yoga
  • COURSE DETAILS 

    Gain Certification to Teach Postnatal Yoga

    40 hours (28 contact hours and 12 self-study)

     

    Sat 9th Mar  – Sun 10th Mar 2019 Postnatal Part 1

     

    Sat 6th & Sun 7th April 2019 Postnatal Part 2

     

     

    TOTAL COST

    £450 for both weekends and course manual

     

     

    INCLUDED

    Colour illustrated and wire-bounded Manual

    Access to online course materials

    Instructional videos and audio files of  Yoga, Breathing & Relaxation

    Tea, Coffee & biscuits on the training days

     

     

    LOCATION

    Tammy’s home studio in Hove, BN3 6BH

     

     

    BOOKING

    email

    hello@realflowyoga.com

     

     

    QUALIFICATION

    *If you are already a Yoga Teacher registered with Yoga Alliance Professionals, this course counts as your ‘CPD’ and you are able to then gain a certificate that enables you to gain specialist insurance to teach group and 1-2-1 postnatal yoga classes and brand yourself as a postnatal yoga teacher.

     

    *If you are coming from an alternative background, you will have to check whether your existing insurance policy provider accepts the postnatal certificate.

Course Content

  • Initial 1-2-1 60 min consultation to discuss your intentions and goals
  • Email follow-ups with your chosen mentor from Course Faculty
  • Access to the Real Flow Yoga MamaYogi 9-Month Program
  • Postnatal Sequences to build Strength, Flexibility and Connection with Baby
  • Class Safety and Contra-indications
  • Nutrition and Self-Care guidelines for wellbeing during Postnatal period
  • Yoga nidra and relaxation
  • Postnatal ailments and therapeutics
  • Functional Anatomy & Physiology
  • Thai yoga massage techniques for postnatal women
  • Sound bath therapy
  • Access to Online resources and specialist reading list
  • Become part of the growing Real Flow Yoga community of teachers

postnatal yoga teacher

Course Outcomes

By the end of the course you will:

 

  • Be able to confidently practice and teach safe and effective postnatal yoga group & 1-2-1 classes that offer a variety of techniques and tools that support women from birth onwards.

 

  • Offer the Real Flow Yoga MamaYogi Birth to Fitness 9 Month Program, so that you have a clear and structured path of sequencing and teachings that heal, rebuild and revitalise mother for full postnatal recovery and wellbeing

 

  • Understand postpartum in depth so that you intuitively know why a practice/pose may or may not be appropriate

 

  • Gain technical understanding of the pelvic anatomy and postural adaptations and bring your insights into your postnatal classes

 

  • Understanding and apply yogic concepts of subtle energy body so that you can offer an holistic and integrated yoga practice that serves the mother and baby on all levels of their being.

 

  • Know how to adapt classes to meet the needs and energies of your group

 

  • In addition to postnatal classes, you will learn how to teach mums & baby yoga, included ‘exercises’ , play, massage and song for baby

 

  • Offer a class that build a warm, welcoming community. You’ll create an atmosphere in class that invites sharing and connection, to baby, self and others.

 

  • Be able to offer a quality rich class experience with the techniques of breathing exercises, meditation, pilates, thai yoga massage and yoga Nidra

 

  • Understand, appreciate and develop the arts of teaching yoga, including the art of holding space, art of verbal cueing, art of story telling.

 

  • Be equipped with the business know-how, skills and motivation to set up as a professional Postnatal Yoga Specialist Teacher

 

Course Teacher

Tammy Mittell - Senior Yoga Teacher and Course Director
Tammy Mittell - Senior Yoga Teacher and Course Director

Tammy is a yoga and pilates teacher, training as a doula, has taught postnatal and mums and baby yoga for years and is a mother to son Milo.