The course sheds light on the anatomy, physiological and psychological changes and needs of a pregnant woman, knowledge and preparedness of complications like miscarriage, premature labor etc. The course also covers a detailed study of specialized yoga techniques and approaches to meet these and other needs of prenatal yoga practitioners.
The practices are classified trimester-wise and practices include asana, pranayama, shatkarma, yoga nidra, meditation and specialized breathing techniques that can be used during labor. The Yoga teacher will learn designing a yoga session with the right modification, sequence, contraindications and intensity best suited for a prenatal yoga practitioner.
Objective: The course is designed to equip yoga teachers with knowledge and first- hand experience of teaching Prenatal Yoga in a safe and enriching manner.
Eligibility: RYT 200 with 1 year of yoga teaching experience. (Exceptions accepted on a case-by-case basis – meet TTC student counselor in person for acceptance into program)
The course is registered under *Yoga Alliance’s RPYT*, a standard recognised internationally.
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2017 Course dates
|Batch No||Start Date||End Date||Timings||Location||Price|
|5||24th April||5th May||10:30 a.m – 3:00 p.m||South Campus – Koramangala||
|1||Prenatal Technique, Training and Practice||30|
|2||Prenatal Teaching Methodology||15|
|3||Prenatal Anatomy and Physiology||10|
|4||Prenatal Yoga Philosophy||05|
|5||Apprentice – observing||10|
|7||Understanding Teacher’s role||05|