50 hour Youth Yoga Teacher Training
with Beata Heymann & Fip Shelton
AYA’s Youth Yoga Teacher training is a contemporary take on teaching yoga and mindfulness to our youth.
This groundbreaking training is appropriate for the yoga teaching community and anyone who works regularly with young people.
This is an opportunity for innovative and directed learning specifically targeted at improving the overall wellbeing of our youth, from Kindergarten to Year 12.
This evidence-based program is focused on the yoga, mindfulness and breathing practices that will have the biggest impact on the health of young people, taking their gender, gender identity, ethnicity, culture, spirituality and social/emotional needs.
This training is heavily aimed at arming you with the tools to structure and teach yoga and mindfulness to youths in a variety of settings. Beata and Flip will provide a plethora of practices, including movement, sound, breathing, mindfulness, meditation and practical activities to use in your teachings. You will have many opportunities to practise planning your classes and facilitation skills, receiving feedback along the way to ensure ongoing development.
This youth yoga teacher training is open to everyone who is passionate about working with our youth; no previous teaching experience is necessary. This training may be particularly useful for already qualified yoga teachers and anyone who is already qualified to work with children and teens in approved settings, such as in education, social work or psychology.
By completing this training you may register as a qualified Youth Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance International Registry, provided you have completed a recognised Diploma of Yoga Teaching.
If you are not already qualified as a yoga teacher, you may still complete this training, however, in completing this training, you are not qualified to teach yoga to children or adults unless you have completed a minimum 200 hours Diploma of Yoga Teaching such as AYA’s.