FERTILITY YOGA TEACHER TRAINING CPD WORKSHOP WITH YOGA MAMA
NEXT CPD: SUNDAY 4 JUNE 2017
The Yoga Mama fertility yoga teacher training CPD workshop will primarily look at giving yoga teachers the information and tools to support women and couples who are trying to conceive naturally or through in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
AIM OF THE COURSE
The aim of this fertility yoga teacher training CPD workshop is set out below:
- To understand what infertility is and how yoga can help and support women and couples.
- You will learn suitable postures for fertility yoga classes and the effects these have on the body.
- You will look at factors that might affect conception; including stress, nutrition and lifestyle.
- Trying for a baby can be a highly stressful time for men and women, so we will also look at
- how to create a safe, nurturing environment in which to facilitate fertility yoga classes.
WHAT WE WILL COVER
In this fertility yoga teacher training CPD workshop topics covered will include:
- Possible causes of infertility
- Pranayama/mudra/ visualisation techniques
- The use of props in fertility yoga classes
- Stress and relaxation management
- Emotional support
- Specific poses suitable whist having IVF treatment
The fertility yoga teacher training course is open to yoga teachers and women’s health professionals. It is also a Yoga Alliance Professionals approved CPD.
The Yoga Mama fertility yoga teacher training CPD workshop faculty is made up of:
- Cherie Lathey: Course Director & Senior Yoga Teacher
- Mr Kamal Ojha MD MRCOG: Fertility Doctor
- Diane King: Fertility Yoga Teacher
This Fertility Yoga Teacher Training CPD Workshop will take place at the Yoga Mama studio. Full address below.
2nd Floor, Putneymead Group Medical Practice
266 Upper Richmond Road
London SW15 6TQ
The Yoga Mama Fertility Yoga Teacher Training CPD workshop costs £150. This price includes the manual.
To reserve your place on the June 2017 Yoga Mama Fertility Yoga Teacher Training CPD workshop, you can book online. Alternatively, call us on 020 8789 3881 or send an email to email@example.com.