Kids yoga

teaching yoga to children training

with Susannah Hoffman

12 may – 03 june 2018

40 hours

overview

learn skills that contribute to the world’s future

We believe that yoga is a vital practice for children that supports and enhances physical development and cognitive skills and also helps children to deal with their emotions in a world which can often places extreme demands on them.

triyoga is proud to offer this teacher training with one of the foremost children’s yoga teachers in the UK. The course will cover teaching children from ages 2-3 ½, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12. Learn how to teach interactive classes based on yoga asana, combined with games and movement to develop co-ordination, creative expression and motor skills.

triyoga is offering a scholarship place on this training to teachers working in primary schools who have prior experience of yoga. If you would like to apply please contact flavia@triyoga.co.uk.

course content

The course is structured into clear separate sections and will provide students of the training with the necessary skills to teach yoga to children. School teachers will also learn how to integrate aspects of the training into regular classroom time as appropriate.

course structure

Weekend 1: 12-13 May – triyoga Soho

Weekend 2: 19-20 May – triyoga Camden

Weekend 3: 02-03 June – triyoga Camden

 

Saturdays: 09.45 – 12.30 + 14.00 – 17.30

Sundays: 09.45 – 12.30 + 14.00 – 17.30

additional hours

Students will be required to observe two yoga for children classes.

learning outcomes

Over the duration of the course, students will:

  • learn appropriate postures for each age group
  • learn about physical and cognitive development of each age group and how to support this in classes
  • better understand typical behavior of children.
  • learn how to manage large groups
  • develop class plans for each age group.
  • Practice teach with children of chosen age group and will be provided with feedback
  • Complete First Aid Training for babies & children including CPR (included in the training)

eligibility + pre-requisites

This training is open to yoga teachers (qualified and currently in training) and primary / secondary school teachers.

If you are not a qualified / trainee yoga teacher please contact the triyoga teacher training administrator, Flavia Cerrone - flavia@triyoga.co.uk  / 020 7449 3151 – for confirmation of your eligibility to apply.

Please note that you will need to obtain a DBS check and ensure that you have the correct insurance in place to teach yoga to children. All graduates of the course will be eligible to join Yoga Alliance Professionals and will then be able to source insurance via BGI.

accreditation

This training is accredited as a vocational training course by Yoga Alliance Professionals and meets BWY requirements for CPD.

additional information

In the event that you are unable to complete the training due to exceptional circumstances, any exemptions to fulfilling your requirements, including your financial obligation, are at the discretion of triyoga Education. Please see our refunds policy for more details.

For every place taken £5 will be donated to the Teddy Foundation which supports children’s charities throughout the UK.The Teddy Foundation is the not for profit arm of triyoga set up in memory of our lovely Teddy the blonde Golden Retriever. Teddy lived and very kindly looked after Jonathan, triyoga’s founder, from an 8 week old puppy (Teddy that is!) in 1994 to December, 2007. 


book now

next course

dates: 12 may – 03 june 2018
teacher: Susannah Hoffman
cost: £650

venue

triyoga soho + triyoga camden

application

Yoga teachers and yoga teachers in training can book direct via the workshops + events booking page

If you are not a yoga teacher / yoga teacher in training, please contact the triyoga teacher training administrator Flavia Cerrone (flavia@triyoga.co.uk) to confirm your eligibility to join this training.

contact

flavia@triyoga.co.uk
020 7449 3151

faculty

Susannah Hoffman
Susannah has been teaching yoga to Children and Adults for over 20 years and remembers doing yoga postures as young as 4 years old and wanting to be blue like Krishna, thanks to her spiritually progressive parents and Iyengar teacher next door. She believes that teaching children is both a skill and an art. It is also incredibly rewarding. When you teach children, you not only encourage them to explore and express their natural joyfulness but you also connect to your own joy and learn as much from them as they do from you.

Carla Turner
Carla qualified to teach at Homerton College, Cambridge in 2001. She started her career teaching geography in a large comprehensive school in Essex before becoming Assistant Head of Lower School. She then qualified as an Advanced Skills Teacher and worked with partner schools and trainee teachers to raise standards and support school improvement. Following a move to Switzerland, Carla took on the role of Assistant Principal at an International School near Zurich, with responsibility for curriculum development and school improvement. Having returned to the UK, she is currently studying for a Masters degree in Education while at home with two toddlers. Carla is passionate about yoga and in particular teaching yoga to children, and currently volunteers at a local Pre School where she teaches 3 and 4 year olds. She believes that yoga can help to support children’s physical, social and emotional development in a fully inclusive environment where each child is treated as an individual. Yoga encourages children to be active, mindful and to relax but most of all it’s fun and the children love it! Carla has also qualified from the ‘teaching yoga to Children training’.

Dr Andrew McGonigle
After originally training to become a doctor, Andrew moved away from western medicine to pursue a career as a yoga teacher and massage therapist, via a three year career in fashion working for Paul Smith. Based in London, Andrew has been teaching Ashtanga yoga since 2009 and has recently developed a love for hot yoga. His current passion is using his wealth of experience as a doctor to teach anatomy and physiology on Yoga Teacher Training courses across London. Andrew’s teachers include Hamish Henry, Paul Dallaghan, Eileen Gauthier and Kristin Campbell.

Matthew Archer of MGM Training
Matthew will train all students in Baby & Child centered First Aid. All students will be qualified to give CPR to babies and Children.

Thank you for joining Triyoga! +