Join Sarah Moore for this one day training and learn how you can best you support a pregnant woman in an open yoga class
- Have you ever taught a pregnant woman in your open or flow class?
- Do you feel unsure in knowing how to accommodate her needs during a dynamic practice?
- Are you concerned about the safety of pregnant women when they practice in an open classes?
If you've answered YES to any of the above questions, then this workshop is for you!
More and more, pregnant women are coming to open-level yoga classes. This workshop will show you how to accommodate a pregnant woman in your open class, why she needs a little more attention around her health and safety, and what to do when she walks up to the desk to check in!
This is not a prenatal training course, but you will learn about the stages of pregnancy, the health around pregnancy, as well as the main complications that can occur in pregnancy. All key things to be aware of for pregnant women practicing yoga! The course will give you the information you need to feel confident with a pregnant woman in your class, and to offer some feedback and support when required.
You will learn the many variations of poses, sun salutations and pranayama that can be taught and what not to do in class when threading in twists, backbends and core work.
This workshop will give you the quick thinking tools to support your pregnant students. Make them feel part of the group she has paid to practice with, comfortable within her pregnancy, and at ease in yourself that she is well cared for.
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About Sarah Moore:
Sarah has been teaching prenatal yoga for 10 years. She has a wide range of knowledge in how to support and manage prenatal students in open classes. Sarah teaches with a fun and practical approach so her students can practice and learn what it feels like to be pregnant, how you can change and modify the poses and offers a network of support to teachers to feel confident with their prenatal students.