95-Hour Kids Yoga Teacher Training 2018
95-Hour Kids Yoga Teacher Training 2018
Sasha Quince’s 95 Hour (levels 1, 2 and 3) Kids Yoga teacher training is open to anyone who loves working with kids; from Yoga Teachers, Educators To Parents. The 95-Hour weekend training integrates fun- filled ideas to engage with kids of all ages and show them the fun & many benefits of Yoga.
- You will leave the training with ample knowledge and concepts to create original yoga experiences for kids.
- You will learn how to structure a class for different age groups,
- How to interact and influence children through Yoga, meditation, mindfulness & positive thinking.
- Learn yogic anatomy and philosophy for children.
- You will have a lot of fun doing it as you take the role of the child to truly benefit from the experience.
- If you’re a RYT- 200 you’re also eligible for RCYT certification through continuing education with Yoga Alliance
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Meet your trainer: Sasha never imagined she would enjoy working with Kids when she first became certified in Yoga. She received her certification with no intention to teach kids yoga frequently but after she taught her first Kids class she fell in love with the freedom, creative expression of each child as well as observing shy children blossom and hyperactive ones simmer and truly embrace the practice. The yogic games, the breathing, the team work are all aspects of the kids yoga practice which Sasha has seen first hand how they benefit little ones and she is blessed to be a part of the offering to kids.
Sasha Quince is 300 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT) and a Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher with six years of kid’s yoga teaching experience to all ages. She uses play, music, colors, mimicking nature and animals, meditation, mindfulness, partner poses, stories, and adventures to engage children. Sasha uses Yoga to help her three year old and other students to express themselves, manage emotions, encourage trust, build coordination, focus and balance as well as gain confidence, strength and flexibility.
Frequently asked questions:
How advanced does my yoga practice have to be to take this training?
This training is open to all levels inclusive of beginners as well as parents, educators and yoga instructors. Sasha will instruct yogic games, poses, breathing, practices and stories for children. She will also bring reference to basic alignment and yogic philosophy relevant to teaching children. This training can also be a great introduction to Yoga for those who have been interested to explore it on a lighter platform.
Will I be able to teach after the course?
Once you complete the 95-hour training you will be certified with Let’s Go Yoga School to teach children ages 2 – 12 years old anywhere. Since Let’s Go Yoga is a UAE based virtual studio, the founder Sasha Quince would also have you on her roaster to handle many requests that she gets in regards to kids yoga in the city.
I am a Yoga Teacher already so can I certify with Yoga Alliance?
If you are a RYT 200 and registered with Yoga Alliance already than you are eligible through the Let’s Go Yoga school and this training for an upgrade through continuing education to a RCYT (Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher), however, you would need to complete 30 hours of teaching post training to apply. If you take this training first and than you’re 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training after, you can still certify with Yoga Alliance after and upgrade to RCYT status.
Why should I take a 95 hour training rather than a 15-20 hour training?
95 hours will certify you as a Registered Children's Yoga Teacher and give you extensive content and knowledge in the field since you've invested more time into the study of Kids Yoga. For those taking that training who are not yoga teachers the extended course is essential to incorporate yoga philosophy, methodology and anatomy and is a nice taster to interest in becoming a Yoga Teacher. Sasha - the founder of this course initially took a 20 hour training and found that after six months she ran out of content and was much less confident in teaching than when she committed to a 95 hour training. The training length will allow for time to role play and practice teaching techniques that you can use with kids of all ages.