Fri, Nov 08


Mandala Garden Farms

Om Birth 20 Hour Pre-Natal Yoga Teacher Training

Learn How to Offer A Safe, Supportive & Creative Prenatal Yoga Class This training is led by Bec Conant of Om Births. Friday Evening 11/8/2019 6:00pm- 8:00pm Saturday 11/9/19 9:00am- 6:00pm Sunday 11/10/19 9:00am- 6:00pm

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Om Birth  20 Hour Pre-Natal Yoga Teacher Training

Time & Location

Nov 08, 2019, 6:00 PM – Nov 10, 2019, 6:00 PM

Mandala Garden Farms, 56 Osgood Road, Kensington, NH, USA

About The Event

Module 1 will include sections on:


Anatomy & Asana for Pregnancy

The anatomy and physiology of Pregnancy

Appropriate postures for a prenatal yoga practice and class

Modifications for different stages in pregnancy

Yoga solutions to common pregnancy aches and pains

Meditation for both pregnancy and birth

Pranayama for a prenatal practice

History & Philosophy

Yoga’s view the pregnant body and how this model differs from the western medical model

Historical practices in Birth and how those practices have affected the birth process.

Myths surrounding prenatal yoga: which postures are truly contra-indicated and why?

Practical Application

Yoga practices for childbirth preparation

Prenatal class components and sequencing, including discussion of how to conduct “circle time” and foster community through open communication in class

Student teaching opportunities

Immediate post-natal yoga considerations and steps for re-introducing Mom back to practice

The Om Births Module 1 Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training is for yoga teachers with a 200hr certification who are interested in delving more fully into the world of pregnancy and yoga. The 20 hour immersion weekend prepares students to work with the special needs of prenatal students, and certify them to design and teach a safe, specifically prenatal class.

Investment of $450 for this 20 hour certification over three days.

Early Bird Registration is NOW OPEN at $395 until July 31, 2019.

Message Briana or click to register and add your email address which will then have an invoice sent directly to that email.