About this Course
Support new moms by helping them recover better after pregnancy and childbirth. to help them relax, offer a yoga practice adapted to their needs of the moment, while keeping their baby at their side.
Professional yoga training to teach postnatal yogatherapy classes to young mothers.
Help them, through a yoga practice adapted to their needs of the moment – to better recover after pregnancy and childbirth, to find themselves in their body transformed by pregnancy and childbirth as well as to relax while keeping their baby by their side if they wish.
- What is postnatal yogatherapy
- Observation of postnatal yogatherapy classes mom & baby during the training,
- Anatomy and psychology of the woman in the postpartum phase.
- Overview of physiological and hormonal changes after childbirth.
- Presentation of the different modes of deliveries and postpartum health disorder or ailments.
- Tools to help expectant mothers respond to these ailments & changes.
- Define and recognize postpartum depression and “baby blues”.
- Yoga movements & postures – breathing exercise, meditation, visualization and restorative yoga – adapted to the needs of the new mother.
- Teaching methodology: pedagogy, organization, communication, planning and presentation.
- Design lesson plans, sequences and course structures for different levels of yoga postures.
- Healthy eating habits
- Ethics for postnatal yoga teachers
- Set up postnatal yoga classes mom
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This training is designed Yoga students of any discipline and early childhood professionals, and anyone with experience in yoga and / or working with infants or young mothers. There is no need to have children to teach postnatal yoga and baby yoga safely. Young mothers and their babies are welcome to participate in this training.
In order to develop a personal relationship with the program, the other participants and the teacher, this 3-day training is limited to 14 participants.
YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
“The practice of yoga promotes the development of the baby’s brain. It allows baby to sleep better and relieves the discomfort caused by gas and colic.”