This 3rd level of our pre and postnatal certification will focus on post natal yoga, poses that can help you heal from both a vaginal or c- section birth. You will also learn structural anatomy for the pelvic floor and how to use yoga to strengthen the pelvic and core after birth. This training will also focus on how to structure a mommy and me class to work with moms and babies.
- Post Natal Yoga (Technique and Contraindications) and how to sequence a class
- Pelvic Floor health and healing
- Post Natal Healing (including bonding, breastfeeding, c- section and vaginal birth)
- Hormone Shifts after birth
- Breathing to help after birth
- Mommy and me: how to structure a class, poses and benefits and how to work with babies
For full certification and registration with Yoga Alliance, students are required to complete Parts 1, 2 and 3 and additional hours of attending and observing prenatal classes.
Gina Norman owner of Kaia Yoga has been teaching yoga for more then 15 years and is the director of Kaia Yoga’s 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher training programs. Her vision in creating Kaia yoga was to create a place that nurtured not just individuals through yoga but to support families through educational resources on healthy living, parenting and birth. She completed her prenatal training with Gurmukh in The Khalsa Way. She is excited to offer this training with these top teachers and share her knowledge of sequencing and how to create a supportive prenatal class.
Can be taken seperate or as part of our 500 hr yoga teacher training program.
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prenatal yoga teacher training - level 3
with Gina Norman
Westport: Thursday, May 11th - Saturday, May 13th
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Cost of Attendance:
$425 early registration/ $500 regular
(can also be taken as part of our 500 hour teacher training for discounted price)
"I give my highest recommendation to the Kaia Yoga Prenatal teacher training, whether you have the goal of teaching prenatal yoga or simply to learn about the birth experience if you are even considering becoming a mother someday, or are currently expecting, or if your childbearing years are already past. What you learn in this training is absolutely vital to your experience as a woman in this world - through knowledge of anatomy and the labor and birth process, it will give you more confidence in your own body and intuition; it will give you emotional and spiritual insight into your parents' experience birthing you; it will alert you to possible roadblocks in your birth experience if you are expecting and how to overcome them; and it will allow you to share this important but often ignored information with family and friends to help others have a positive birth experience.
I took the Kaia Prenatal training when I was pregnant with my first son, Jonathan, and it completely empowered me and changed how I gave birth. Before the training, I was planning to give birth in a hospital with my OBGYN, but after learning about the differences between the medical model of birth and the midwifery model of birth, I decided I ultimately felt most confident and comfortable with a homebirth since I had a very healthy, normal pregnancy. I gave birth to Jonathan at home in the most calm, focused way, and my husband Nathan was able to catch him. The entire experience brought our family incredibly close together, and I feel that giving birth in this way was the most amazing experience of my life. That is why I love teaching Prenatal yoga - to help other women and families have the ideal birth experience for them, whether it is a birth at home, at a birth center, or in a hospital. To me, it is most meaningful to be knowledgeable about all of your options as a mother giving birth and then consciously choosing what is best for you and your family, and graciously accepting limitations as well.
The birth experience is one of the central experiences of your life, whether you are a mother or not, and the Kaia training is in my opinion the best childbirth education class you can take." - Johanna Hall