This course is designed for yoga teachers wanting to deepen their knowledge and understanding of a woman’s menstrual cycle.
Covering the child-bearing years of a woman’s life: Menarche to Menopause, this course will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to teach yoga to women wherever they are in their cycle. You will understand the shifts in physical ability, energies and emotions. Whether you teach clients regularly on a 1-2-1 basis, or within group settings, you will know how you can educate them to adapt their practice to honour their cycle.
Why deepen your knowledge in women’s health?
72 % of all yoga practitioners are women*
There are 10,000 yoga teachers in the UK** – this course will help you stand out from the rest
In the 2011 Census, women and girls made up 51% of the UK population***.
Training consist of In-person training / live online training (depending on dates)
* Pre-recorded teaching and videos
* Course reading material
* Written and practical teaching assignments
* Suggested additional reading
The course explores:
* What is the menstrual cycle?
* How it reflects a woman’s overall health
* What is Menarche? What happens to a girl’s body and how menstrual cycle awareness from an early age affects health throughout life.
* What is the menopause?
* Menstrual cycle awareness
* Female sex hormones
* The 4 phases of the menstrual cycle, how changing hormones affect the different layers of a woman’s being
* How to use different styles of yoga such as Hatha, Restorative, Vinyasa and Yin within each phase of the cycle
* Chakras and the endocrine system
* How menstrual health affects the health of the bones, heart, digestive system, muscles and reproductive system
* PMS – sequences to support symptoms
* Menstrual health conditions – an overview of conditions
* Additional reading list
* Business opportunities – each teacher has the opportunity for an online 1-2-1 with me.
**Disclaimer: When working with female clients in 1-2-1’s this training offers knowledge on how the physical and energetic changes will affect a woman’s practice, and how you should adapt their practice throughout her menstrual cycle and manage symptoms. It does not offer professional medical advice for working with and improving medical conditions.
Various dates available
2nd & 3rd July – online training
23rd & 24th September – online training
8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th September – online training
IN person training planned for October 2022
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