Part 2 of our certification training offers you the tools you need to effectively create curricula and teach from your own authentic presence. We recommend completing Part 1 of this program prior to attending this course.
Through discussion, lectures, and practice teaching, we will explore the physical, emotional, and social aspects of youth development and refine our skills in teaching various stages and ages.
With lots of time for practice teaching, feedback, and questions and answers, we look at how to develop lessons and different ways of teaching based on your personal practice. We also address the specific challenges of working with teens and students with special needs.
You will learn:
Enrollment in this training includes three online webinars (120 minutes each) with Occupational Therapist and yoga educator Allison Morgan. Access codes will be provided upon registration.
Friday, June 7, 2019: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Saturday, June 8 , 2019: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday, June 9, 2019: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Save $100 by registering before April 26, 2019!
We welcome all participants who are interested in sharing the life skills of yoga and mindfulness with children and teens. You do not have to be a yoga instructor, or advanced practitioner, although some basic yoga experience is recommended. If you would like to discuss whether this training is appropriate for your experience and needs, please be in touch any time by emailing email@example.com.
***Please note, Part 1 and 2 in this location are offered as exteneded, three day courses, and cover all of the material typically taught in Level 1-3 of the LFY training program.
Abigail is a certified yoga instructor and lead teacher for LFY. She is a certified Empowerment workshop trainer, has additional training in breath, anatomy and movement with Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews, and has studied with Mindful Schools. Her true passion is to empower children and to support parents in empowering their children. Abby has many years of experience in working with typically developing children, as well as children who have special needs. She is also featured in GoNoodle’s Empower Tools videos.