Yo Mama’s Prenatal Teacher Training
with Katie Wise and Kirsten Warner
Learn to teach Prenatal Yoga with Heart, Consciousness, and Mastery
at Boulder’s Premier Prenatal Yoga Studio
(One of the only Prenatal Trainings in the country that meets the Yoga Alliance Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher requirements*)
Upcoming Training dates:
October 3-13th, 2013
Part 1- Thursday Oct 3rd-Sunday Oct 6th
Part 2- Thursday Oct 10th-Sunday Oct 13th
Space is limited, reserve your spot today!!
Email Katie with questions. email@example.com
To register: Click HERE
$795 For Part I or II separately
$1,495 for both Parts I and II
$300 deposit holds your space
Early Bird Discounts available!!
$695 for one part, $1295 for both- if you register by Sept 15th
For Yoga Teachers, Doulas, Childbirth Educators, Labor and Delivery Nurses, Prenatal Massage Therapists, and Pregnant women interested in deepening their practice.
We see Prenatal Teaching as a calling, and we will help you connect to the source of inspiration for you, and find your own voice. Prenatal Yoga is a balance of strength, endurance and surrender. We focus on what the pregnant woman can do, not what she can’t. We will help you teach in a way that empowers women through their journey into motherhood and builds communities that last a lifetime.
What is included:
- The Calling: Why teach Prenatal Yoga? Access your strengths, unique teaching style, and voice. Resourcing your own well as a teacher.
- The Curriculum: What can Yoga Offer Pregnant Women? (asana, contraindications, Pranayama, alignment, easing pregnant discomforts, teaching practice, observation and feedback.)
- The Circle (students): What’s going on for them? (anatomy, physiology, psychology, the transformation into mother, supporting the journey and holding space)
- The Community: Who are your allies on the path? (pregnancy practitioners, knowing when to refer, building community that will last a lifetime)
- The Consciousness: What is the deeper purpose? (The baby’s experience, Conscious Birth Preparation, lifestyle choices through pregnancy, birth and motherhood)
You can pay your deposit online, with the following link:
For questions regarding the training- please email Katie@yomamayoga.com
For any questions or concerns with enrollment please email:
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Your fearless leaders:
Katie Wise E-RYT, RPYT, CD (certified doula)
Katie Wise is a prenatal, mommy and me, family and children’s yoga teacher, doula, childbirth educator and birth advocate, as well as the owner and founder of Yo Mama Yoga and Family Centers. She has trained with Gurmukh Khalsa, Saul David Raye, Chuck Miller and many more. Katie believes that women’s bodies have the wisdom to give birth. Her purpose in supporting and educating pregnant women is to uncover and foster that instinct and faith.
Kirsten Warner, E-RYT, RPYT
Kirsten is an Anusara-Inspired Yoga Teacher, and has been practicing yoga for almost twenty years. A certified instructor since 1998, Kirsten’s commitment to the study of yoga philosophy and her devotion to her own practice add a freshness and depth to her classes. After the birth of her two children Kirsten felt moved to weave her passion for yoga with her experiences as a mother and now wholeheartedly enjoys supporting women in the process of preparing for birth and motherhood with yoga.
Katie and Kirsten share a deep passion for supporting mama’s journey to and through motherhood. With a combined total of 18 years teaching Prenatal yoga, they create a masterful training.
*Level 1 and 2 together satisfy the 85 hours required to attain the designation of Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher, as recently changed by Yoga Alliance. Participants will receive a certificate upon completion both Parts of the training.
With a dynamic mentorship program for additional practicum hours to get Yoga Alliance prenatal yoga certification
Financial aid available, work trade available
(past participants in Part I can sign up for Part II only, please contact us with questions. You can also pay for both parts now, even if you plan to do a later training for Part II.)