Module II: 50-hr Therapeutic Yoga for Children certification
Calling all therapists, social workers, educators and yoga teachers... in this transformational workshop, you will
- Learn the theory and practice of specific yoga techniques such as regulated breathing, guided relaxation, and yoga poses to help children easily understand and benefit from yoga practice
- Understand more about yoga for distinct conditions such as anxiety, learning challenges, depression, ADHD, Autism Spectrum, trauma, Down Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy
- Receive specific assessment tools to help each child get the most out of yoga practice and practice how to effectively use small group and one-on-one sessions to maximize each child’s potential through yoga
Through the course, you’ll have the exact training you need to inspire children through yoga… helping them:
- Regulate their emotions and energy
- Gain authentic confidence to avoid negative peer pressure, bullying, and other social challenges.
- Develop self-awareness and a deep-rooted sense of calmness...and many more
It is an advanced training course; you must have a minimum of one-year of personal yoga practice OR one-year of experience working with children in a professional or home setting. Additionally it is recommended that you have formal training in basic yoga or yoga for children. FILL IN YOUR APPLICATION HERE, and we will review it on an individual basis for acceptance.
Date: 29th Nov – 4th Dec 2015 (6 days)
Time: 9-6 pm daily
Location: 8 Claymore Hill Road #01-03, Singapore 229572
Investment: S$1,575 per person
(Thanksgiving 10% discount : S$1,418 – registration before 27 Nov 2015)
If you're looking for Module I : Introduction to Therapeutic Yoga for children (for parents & caregivers), click here
About the workshop leader:
Mira Binzen is the Director of Training at Global Family Yoga™. She is a registered Yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance at the 500-hour level (E-RYT, RCYT), a certified iRest Yoga Nidra teacher and a professional Integrative Yoga Therapist (1,000-hour level certificate). She holds a degree in Child Psychology from The University of Minnesota’s Institute of Child Development, with specialized study in Communication Disorders. She has been training people to teach yoga to children since 2002.
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