Join sisters Rosey Wyland and Annie Kobliska Becker for a kid’s yoga teacher training that will prepare you well for teaching kids yoga in a variety of settings (ex. schools, yoga studios, enrichment programs, and therapeutic settings).
Rosey and Annie are both yoga teachers and Licensed Clinical Social Workers who are passionate about teaching yoga to kids. Their first yoga teacher was their mother, who inspired their spark for yoga and mindfulness-based practices.
This two-day teacher training gives you the opportunity to learn about the joy and delight of teaching yoga to children and families. In this foundational course open to yoga students and teachers of all levels, you will dive into yoga’s powerful and potent teachings and develop skills to share the gift of yoga with children ages 3-12 years old. Rosey and Annie create a fun, safe, and supportive environment for learning, connection, reflection, and laughter.
One year of yoga classes is recommended.
What You Will Learn
In this training, you will learn:
- Fun, engaging yoga poses, partner poses, and games.
- Breathing exercises, visualizations, mindfulness, and relaxation techniques.
- How to develop and sequence children’s and family yoga classes.
- Ways to tap into children’s innate creativity and humor through the use of music and storytelling.
- Strategies to create a safe and supportive environment that addresses differing levels of students’ needs.
- How to utilize a strengths-based approach and develop a deeper awareness of children’s behaviors.
Dates and Pricing
Dates for our next 10 Hour Kids Yoga Teacher Training Program are TBD. However, this training typically takes place over a weekend (five hours on Saturday and five hours on Sunday). The cost is $350, and the course is limited to 15 students.
Testimonials From Past Participants
I am grateful I did this training! I learned new ways to interact with kids and now understand how to bring yoga to my nephews and friends’ kids. I loved the training and adore Annie and Rosey.
I learned several games and activities that I can use with children. I also find, when I do yoga with children, it helps me stop and breathe. A calm, relaxed teacher makes a calmer classroom.
I’ve used the training at home with my own children. I really enjoyed the class we took, and it was a great group!