Friday, October 20, 5:30-8:30 pm & Saturday, October 21, 9 am-5 pm
For students of all levels-you do not have to be a yoga teacher to take this workshop
300YA, 10 hours
$150 earlybird by October 10
$165 after October 10
The YogaSprouts KidsTeacher Training is for anyone who loves working with children. Our course will provide fun-filled, engaging ideas that are beneficial for kids of all ages. Our method of teaching yoga to children incorporates the use of animated poses, props, music, art, games, storytelling and the imagination, to help stimulate their senses as well as stretch and strengthen their developing bodies.
TheYogaSprouts Kids Yoga approach uses creative techniques to keep children of all ages engaged in their yoga practice. The unique style incorporates a lot of fun into each class, while encouraging kids to find their inner-peace. Join us to learn over 500 yoga poses, partner poses, group poses, yoga games and mindfulness activities, breathing exercises, relaxation and visualization techniques, and more for sharing yoga with toddlers through teenagers! Join us and find your inner-child all over again and Come Play Yoga!
This course will cover:
Experience our interactive yoga asanas, yoga with songs, art, stories, games, activities, musical instruments, puppets, visualization and relaxation techniques for a successful children’s yoga class.
Even if you’re already experienced in teaching yoga to children, this course is a great way to add innovative and fun ideas into your classes, keeping them fresh and engaging.
Rachel started her yoga teaching career in 2007 with the creation of yogaSprouts, yoga for kids-teens. Rachel holds a masters degree in Special Education and, as a former Special Education teacher, she specializes in working with people with special needs. She has completed many other trainings and workshops, including a 200-hour yoga teacher training with Christina Sell. In 2014, Rachel founded Strong Girls with Kim Turner, a girls empowerment group. Her classes are accessible for all level students, it is a mix of flow, alignment and fun.