Are you considering taking that next step to advancing your Children’s Yoga Teacher Training journey?
Many of the students that I speak to ask about the importance of the YogaBeez Children’s Yoga ADVANCED training… Why should they do it? What is the level of commitment required? Will the extra training be beneficial? What additional information could they possibly acquire? The answers are many, varied and compelling!
The important part of all of this is that you are at that crucial part where you are simply asking the right question – “Am I ready to take that next step to a advancing my Children’s Yoga Teacher Training Course??? And the answer is a resounding YES!
So… Where Do I Start?
You are already doing a great thing by wanting to introduce yoga to kids. Yoga is a wonderful way for kids to learn about their bodies, their minds, and their emotions. It can also help them to develop discipline, focus, and self-awareness. But by embarking on the next phase of this journey by enrolling onto an appropriately accredited advanced yoga course, you will gain so many more invaluable skills to confidently teach yoga to children of all ages and abilities.
Do Your Research!
Ensure that the course is accredited and reputable.
There are many different yoga teacher training programs available, and not all of them are created equal. It is important to choose a course that is accredited by a reputable organization, such as Yoga Alliance. This will ensure that the course meets certain standards of quality and that you will receive a legitimate certification upon completion.
Learn about the instructor’s qualifications and experience.
The instructor is the most important factor in determining the quality of a yoga teacher training program. Make sure to choose an instructor who has extensive experience teaching yoga to children. They should also have a deep understanding of child development and anatomy.
Find out what is covered in the course.
Not all yoga teacher training programs are the same. Some programs focus on the physical aspects of yoga, while others focus on the mental and spiritual aspects. It is important to find a program that covers the topics that are most important to you.
Get a sense of the teaching style of the instructor.
Some instructors are more formal and structured, while others are more relaxed and informal. It is important to find an instructor whose teaching style is a good fit for you.
Get testimonials from other students.
If you can, talk to other students who have taken the course. They can give you valuable insights into the program and the instructor.
By doing your research, you can be sure to choose the best advanced children’s yoga training program for your needs. This will help you to become a more effective and knowledgeable yoga teacher who can make a positive impact on the lives of children.
YogaBeez Children’s Yoga Teacher Training has been a reputable and much loved company since 2006. It was here when the founder, Bryony Duckitt, found a way to merge her passions for children, Montessori Philosophy and Yoga. She will tell you herself, that this path never ends and we are always searching and looking for new, improved tools and ways to connect. She has travelled the world many times over and her advanced training course will nurture you knowledge and understanding of children’s yoga from toddlers, through tweens and into the interesting teen years!
What do we cover?
We delve more deeply into all aspects of yoga for toddlers to teenagers, exploring anatomy and physiology, social and emotional development, asana, mindfulness and meditation. You will learn more about classroom management, lesson planning, chair yoga, coming of age circles, group and partner poses, pranayama, vinyasa, massage, mudra, mantra, chakras and nutrition with an intro to ayurveda.
This advanced part of our 95hr children’s yoga training focuses on all ages from 2 – 18 years.
We do however place more emphasis on understanding the development and complex needs of working with young people 12 – 18 years.
We also explore working with neurodiverse students, looking at how we can support their additional needs in a fully inclusive yoga and mindfulness class. Neurodiverse students are those who have brains that function differently from what is considered “normal” or “typical.” This can include students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, dyspraxia, and other learning or thinking differences. Neurodiversity is a spectrum, so there is no one-size-fits-all definition of what it means to be neurodiverse.
Let’s Get You In Business!
Together we will share skills and secrets to get your personalized, niche classes up and running, with branding to boost you up into a fully fledged business! Tips on how best to approach the different schools in the area and boons and pitfalls of social medial. We look forward to introducing you to some wonderful guest teachers.
The 6 day advanced teacher training is open to students who have completed the YogaBeez 4 day foundation course. It is also important to note that we also accept children’s yoga teachers who have undertaken other specific children’s yoga training courses with a minimum of 32 hours and some teaching experience. Decide to do the YogaBeez Children’s Yoga today! The beauty is that it can be completed online or as an in-person retreat! The choice is yours!
Contact us for details and an assessment before booking this training.