Lead the Way: 95 Hour Kids Yoga Teacher Training
95 Hour Kids Yoga Teacher Training
PFY Kids is proud to offer the most comprehensive 95-hour children’s yoga teacher training. Learn how to lead intelligent classes to kids from birth all the way through teenagers. We’ll cover developmentally appropriate ways to teach specific ages, special needs, urban populations and more. You’ll get lots of hands-on experience, so you feel confident in front of your preferred population. Work on being more grounded for yourself and your students. Whether you’re already a yoga teacher, or you currently work with children, you can change lives through yoga. PFY Kids is where the journey begins.
2019 Spring Kids Yoga Teacher Training dates and locations:
March 8, 9, 10
April 5, 6, 7
April 26, 27, 28
June 7, 8, 9
Fridays from 6 to 9 pm
Saturdays and Sundays from 9 am to 6 pm
March sessions will be held in PFY Bloomfield (71 Washington St.)
April and June sessions will be held in PFY Glen Rock (530 S. Broad St.)
Regular Rate: $2000 by March 8, 2019
Early Bird: $1,750 by February 8, 2019
PFY teachers and School of Yoga graduates: $200 discount
Deposit: $300 non-refundable
No Refund after March 1, 2019
Payment plans available
Apply for Powerflow School of Yoga Kids Yoga Teacher Training
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Please direct any questions to Christine Joseph via email: email@example.com.
In the Powerflow Yoga Kids Yoga Teacher Training, you will learn:
- Mommy and me
- Little kids
- Big kids
- Special needs
- Yoga in the classroom
- Yoga for urban populations
- Kids poses
- Behavior therapy
*We will have immediate opportunities for PFY Kids Yoga TT grads to work in the PFY Kids studio, outreach programs, daycare centers, sports teams, urban and suburban schools, classrooms that encourage mindfulness and in the home for improved parenting.
Kimie Mittman has many years of experience teaching children’s yoga classes. She is a 200 RYT, CYT and she has a B.A. in child development/family studies/early childhood special education. She started a successful special needs class for children at PFY Clifton, and she teaches kids in schools all over the state and children in need for Newark Yoga Movement. Her specialty is working with kids and teaching other people everything that she has learned in clear and compassionate ways.