Kids Yoga Teacher Training

23julAll Day31Kids Yoga Teacher TrainingNon-Residential Registration 30 Hour YA CEU Update

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Due to the many requests from our local friends to offer the Kids Yoga Teacher Training as a non-residential retreat, we are excited to announce that the KYTT will now be available for registration at a substantially discounted cost for those registrants in the area that do not need housing or meals throughout the training.
We are also thrilled to announce that we now have the ability to offer 30 Yoga Alliance Continuing Education credits as part of the training program at no additional cost. This is due in part to our very own E-RYT500 Instructor Karen Sifton joining our KYTT teaching team.
A little more about the training…
Experience the serenity of the Tallapoosa Wellness Collective of Carrollton’s 3.5-acre wooded property that includes a hammock garden, fire pit, and a petite Garden for All Ages and Abilities.
The sun filled studio provides a calming setting to learn about the benefits of yoga for children. Developed by Andrea Laubstein at the Yoga Vidya Gurukul Ashram in India, and taught here for the first time in the United States, the daily classes and practices will prepare you with the ability to teach all age groups in a variety of contexts. In addition to receiving Yogapoint certification, the KYTT will provide students with 30 hours of Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits, and guests will be provided with all learning materials.
As a residential registrant, enjoy all-inclusive home-cooked vegetarian meals and snacks. All accommodations are provided for optimal rest and immersive community building.
The non-residential registration fee includes home-cooked vegetarian lunches and snacks for each day of the retreat.
*Benefits, contraindications, and guidelines for teaching yoga to children and youth.
*Practical information for teaching to children including asanas, pranayama, games, songs, partner poses, guided visualizations, stories, relaxation, and more. The course book contains detailed descriptions of all these components, their benefits, and how to use them in the classroom.
*How to teach yoga and create age-appropriate classes for children ranging from birth to age 16.
*How to make yoga fun and engaging for children of all ages.
*Yoga Nidra and meditation techniques for children
*Mantras, songs, and Omkar for children
*Lifestyle, diet, and parenting from the yogic perspective
*Karma Bhakti yoga for children
*Physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and moral development in children
*Yoga for education and lesson organization
*An introduction to yoga therapy for children with special needs including ADHD, autism, asthma, depression, and anxiety.
*Teaching family yoga or mixed aged classes
*Teaching methodology (how to structure and create your own lesson plan so that it is always varied and motivating)
*Pantanjali’s eight limbs of yoga and how they apply to children
*How to bring yoga for children back to your home country or community and communicate with parents, schools, and administrators about the benefits of yoga for children.



July 23, 2019 - July 31, 2019 (All Day)(GMT+00:00)


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