The Prenatal Yoga course at a1000yoga Academy is designed by experienced yoga teachers and Health care professionals. This course is registered under the Yoga Alliance, USA’s RPYS (Registered Prenatal Yoga School).
The course sheds light on the physiological and psychological changes and needs of a pregnant woman. It enables the Yoga Teachers to modify the yoga practice to suit the needs of the pregnant woman based on the trimester she is in. The course also provides knowledge of pre-conception and post natal practices that aid in the overall well being of the practitioner.
Complications like miscarriage, premature labour etc are also covered in the course.
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This module is designed to enable Yoga Teachers to modify the yoga practices as per the needs of the pregnant woman based on the trimester. The course also provides knowledge of preconception/postnatal practices, specialised breathing techniques, Yoga Nidra and Meditation to aid in the overall well-being of the practitioner.
Theory and Philosophy
This module enables students to understand trimester wise prenatal anatomy and physiology, which assist a teacher to design a yoga session with the right modification, sequence, contraindications and intensity, to meet the specific needs of the prenatal practitioner.
This module is designed to equip the student with both modern and traditional teaching methodologies. It helps in building confidence of students as a teacher and equip them with tools to design, sequence and execute tailor made yoga programs/sessions.
Non-contact hours includes personal sadhana, seva and teaching hours. The non contact hours may be completed through a more flexible approach keeping in mind the existing scheduling constraints of an active teacher and satisfy the core requirement at their convenience and flexibility.
How you progress during the course
Knowledge and first- hand experience of teaching Prenatal Yoga in a safe and enriching manner.
Ability to design a yoga session with the right modification, sequence, contraindications and intensity to meet the needs of the prenatal practitioner.
Specialized breathing techniques that can be used during labour.
Use Yoga Nidra and Meditation for creating a positive mindset during pregnancy and labour.
a1000yoga Academy is
Registered under Yoga Alliance : 87461
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 the program)
Due to Covid contingency, we have put a hold on Offline courses until further notice. We will resume offline once we see normalcy in the environment. Please check our Online Courses section.
Offline RPYT dates are yet to be announced, if you are interested in Offline RPYT , please send us your enquiry at email@example.com
Bincy Subash is an internationally trained yoga teacher – SYS 250hrs and 300hrs. She is also certified in Vinyasa Karma Yoga ATTC 100hr (Advanced Teacher Training Course) under Srivatsa Ramaswami, a direct disciple of Sri. Krishnamacharya. She is a science graduate and has worked in various fields such as event management and marketing. She has been practicing Yoga for the last nine years and has been a Yoga teacher for the last five.
For her Yoga is not just about asanas or breathing, it is a way of life, it is a journey. Practicing and teaching yoga gives her immense happiness and satisfaction. She feels that she is able to spread that happiness to others while teaching yoga. Specialising in Hata Yoga and Pre-natal Yoga, Bincy also teaches Power Yoga, Hata Vinyasa, Core Hata, Therapeutic Yoga and Shatkarmas. Bincy is a trained Bharatanatyam dancer and passionate about baking. She hopes to spend the rest of her life teaching Yoga and sharing the positive energy with her students. She believes that there is always something to learn from each and every student as each one is special and different.
It was in San Francisco in 2008, that Nishara conducted her first Yoga class, at the Sivananda Ashram Centre. She was initially nervous, but “being an Indian, with the ‘exotic’ looks paid off.” While she used to go to the Gym and also do Aerobics, there was something missing. She used to work in Public relations, and soon realized that it was not really her calling. “A corporate job was not my cup of tea”. She started learning Yoga in 2005 and started teaching since 2008. She specializes in Hata and Sivananda. She has also completed her Advanced Teacher Training Course (ATTC) at the Sivananda Ashram at Neyyar Dam. Her shortness of breath and carpel tunnel syndrome are both in check with the regular practice of Yoga. She truly embodies the youthfulness of Yoga, as no one would believe her age, even if she told you.
“Yoga rocks!! Yoga is my life, my breath, my everything!!”