October 15-17, 2021
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Friday: 6-9 PM
Saturday: 9-5 PM
Sunday: 9-5 PM
Kids Training Info:
The Peace Play 20 hour Children’s Yoga Teacher Training is a fun and interactive training that will provide you with all the tools you need to teach a safe, fun and effective yoga class for children ages 2-12. The Peace Play method of teaching yoga to children incorporates games, music, props, arts & crafts, imagination and so much more!
In this training we will cover:
- The benefits of yoga for children
- Child friendly yoga poses, partner & group poses, games, activities and songs
- Yoga philosophy for children, chanting, intention setting, gratitude practices
- Pranayama, meditation and relaxation techniques
- How to plan, structure and teach a children’s yoga class
- How to use props, music, stories, crafts affirmations and more
- The business of teaching children’s yoga
PLUS continued resources and support after the training weekend!
Who is this training for?
School teachers, yoga teachers, occupational therapists, day care workers, social workers, camp counselors, parents, grandparents, nannies and anyone who loves working with children!
*You do NOT need to be a certified yoga teacher to take this training.
Coursework & Requirements:
This training consists of 19 mandatory in-person training hours and 1 practice teaching hour, during which you will plan and teach a free children’s yoga class. This will give you the opportunity to utilize the skills and tools you have learned during the training weekend.
No refunds once payment is made. You can use the payment for a credit to a future training if you cannot attend.
Pamela Nixon is a yoga teacher, a mother and the creator of Peace Play. She has been teaching movement based classes to children for 20 years, including cheerleading, gymnastics, fitness and yoga. Pamela has enjoyed years of training others how to teach yoga to children through her in-person workshops and online courses. She loves teaching children yoga through imagination and play, and is grateful to be able to pass along those skills to others.
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