Resources for Yoga Teachers
Hi there Yoga teachers!
Many teachers have shared with me that after their typical RYT-200 training they still don't feel comfortable teaching prenatal or postnatal students.
As a RPYT, experienced birth & postpartum doula and parent coach - I love to share my knowledge and experiences in order to to support your teaching of prenatal and postnatal students. Yoga is so beneficial for expecting/postpartum parents, so my goal is to help you feel prepared, confident and hopefully even excited to teach this amazing population!
Check out the resources below and please don't hesitate to email me a question or concern. Subscribe to my newsletter to keep up to date on upcoming workshops and trainings to build your tool box even more.
I was very honoured to be a guest on RudieJay’s awesome podcast, “The Pursuit of Yoginess.” We chatted about all things prenatal and postnatal – including simple modifications, beneficial postures and even some pelvic floor info. Tune into the episode by clicking here and after listening, please send me a note as I’d love to hear […]
Nothing beats that feeling after leading a great prenatal class – pregnant students leaving relaxed, rejuvenated and having gained some knowledge about themselves, birth and/or baby. I’ve had the privilege of experiencing that feeling this afternoon … so I’d thought I’d share my sequence and some talking points from my class. My hope is that […]
There is no hard and fast rule for avoiding being on the back (for short periods of time) during pregnancy, but many students that I interact with simply do not feel comfortable being on their back for very long after a certain point in their pregnancy. Usually this discomfort is caused by the weight of […]
Let’s be honest – there’s a lot to manage when leading a Yoga class. Articulating the sequence, modelling poses, cueing the breath, offering modifications and ensuring the atmosphere fits the mood of the class (temperature, lights, music) requires teachers to be hyper-focused on what’s happening in the room. So I can understand why teachers who […]