Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training (RPYT)
Why I Believe Every Yoga Teacher and Birth Practitioner Will Benefit from Prenatal Teacher Training
Do you feel a bit nervous when you have a pregnant woman in your class? Or maybe you aren’t teaching yet, but you’re drawn to have your own “Mama Circle” and it feels scary.
The truth is, there’s a lot of fear around pregnancy. It was only in 2002 that the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ACOG) said it was ok for pregnant women to exercise daily.
And yet, pregnant women eventualy carry the weight of a bowling ball – inside and out. We need our strength more than ever during this time. Plus, aches and pains abound, and many postpartm issues (like diastisis recti) can be prevented with gentle, safe, effective prenatal core work.
With the right guidance and support, we can all be standing at the doorway for mamas everywhere, saying “Welcome.”
Comments From the Last Day Of The Yoga Of Pregnancy…
After The Ma Yoga Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training You'll Have all the Tools You Need to:
The Ma Yoga Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training is three weeks, twice-a-week, and may be taken alone or for RPYT Certification.
Thank you so much for the training and the generosity of your rich abundant knowledge. I had an awesome weekend it has a permanent mark in my life.
Thank you for supporting us yet gently encouraging us to see our edge and approach it with love, grace and fierceness! If you’re considering this training, take it! You will not regret it.
I took this training to get more knowledge about appropriate poses for pregnant women. I got a lot more… the Ma Yoga principles are golden and I can use this knowledge for every type of yoga class and even apply them to my own personal life.
I feel blessed to have been given this gift. Thank you Jess!
I can honestly never thank you enough for such a lovely weekend of love and healing. The Universe’s timing is always perfect.
Not only was the weekend amazing in terms of education and instruction, but it was also so good for my mind and body. I feel even more invested in teaching prenatal yoga.
This training is so well put together, the information is infinite, and I have a whole new love for pregnancy and motherhood.
I can’t wait to one day teach with and be part of Ma Yoga!
Not only was the weekend amazing in terms of education and instruction, but it was also so good for my mind and body.
I feel even more invested in teaching prenatal yoga.
Thanks again for such a great teacher training. It was so wonderful to see both of my passions, yoga and Obstetrics, come to life together. I learned a great deal from you!
My classes have a new flow of energy this week from this process!
I highly recommend Jessica’s prenatal training weekend. Her expertise and professionalism, combined with her compassion and experience, makes for an incredible learning experience for teachers, but also for pregnant women with advanced yoga practices.
Truly, you are a gift. Your insight, knowledge, wisdom and pure love for the work flows through in a tremendously positive way.
It was a wonderful weekend and I feel I have learned so much that I can take out into the world with me and share.
I really enjoyed the prenatal yoga workshop. It was very practical and spiritual at the same time.
I loved that it touched on the fundamentals of alignment and how to intertwine with theming.
The Yoga of Pregnancy deepened my teaching techniques. I learned about bringing space, earth, water, fire, and air in the body, mind, and heart.
Based on this I can teach easily. It’s fun!
Thank you for supporting us yet gently encouraging us to see our edge and approach it with love, grace and fierceness! Take it! You will not regret it!
I taught my first prenatal workshop and I wasn’t nervous at all. I told my husband I felt sooo prepared! It went really well and I loved it.
The Yoga of Pregnancy is a wonderful course that you will benefit from it whether you are pregnant or not. I strongly recommend it.
If you have any questions regarding the poses or what it is being taught in the course the instructor really dives in so you can get a better understanding of it.