Yoga for Kids.

Fact Sheet

Duration

50 hours

Style

Kids Yoga

Diploma

Advanced Yoga Teacher

Where

Language

Spanish

Starting

Fri. Mar. 13, '20 at 09:00 AM

Duration

50 hours

Style

Kids Yoga

Diploma

Advanced Yoga Teacher

Where

Language

Spanish

Starting

Fri. Mar. 13, '20 at 09:00 AM

Calendar
Monthly

March14 - 15
April18 -19
May09 -10
June06 - 07

Schedule

  • Saturday: 09:00 a 18:30
  • Sunday: 09:00 a 14:30

For whom is this course?

The curriculum is designed to fulfil the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of modern day children by helping them embrace the challenges of the 21st century with an open heart and joyful self-confidence.

You must already have completed a 200 hour approved Hatha Yoga training course.

The course consists of 50 hours in class over four weekends

Format

Change is constant and fast moving in today’s world. Developing emotional intelligence and nurturing confidence, resilience and open-mindedness are healthy ways to experience challenges and problems as opportunities rather than obstacles. Sadly, anxiety and stress affect much of today’s youth but yoga and its traditions provide excellent opportunities for children to explore their intuitive nature, develop positive personal qualities and to skillfully navigate the ups and downs of daily life.

Our Inner Child

We will connect to our own inner child, reminding ourselves how the world looks from a child’s perspective and have fun creating classes that fulfil the future needs of young people whilst valuing the essence of traditional yoga teachings. This training empowers you to empower children.

Testimonio

"It is true that our students evaluate us daily but we must take care of them and treat them with the rigor that you teach us at Yoga Center Madrid".

David Alvarez/ Julio 2019

Structure

  • The course consists of 50 class hours over four weekends. Homework is to be completed before each weekend. The tasks are practical and serve to add to a toolbox of ideas and activities for planning well-rounded classes that are fun and meaningful.

Themes

Each weekend requires active practical participation so by the end of the course you feel confident and resourceful in your role as teacher.

  • Asana: : theory and practice on how to adapt asanas for children, how to introduce asanas into children’s classes safely through stories and themes, how to construct a yoga story for different age groups.
  • Breathwork (pranayama): ): appropriate practices and techniques for children and their benefits, how to help children recognise and accept emotions and self-regulate through breathwork and mindfulness.
  • Warm Ups: fun activities to prepare children for the class.
  • Yoga games/songs/chants: practicing yoga skills through games and singing.
  • Relaxation and Visualization: tips and practice.

  • Affirmations
  • Structure of the class: variety and balance, class planning, class planning according to age.
  • Methodology:stages of child development, attending to all learning styles, children with special needs, skills to establish and maintain the attention and focus of children, effectively address challenging behaviour, verbal and nonverbal communication skills, how to use language and vocabulary to instruct effectively.
  • Class Environment: use of space, environment, equipment / resources.

  • The Eight Limbs of Yoga: child-friendly versions with particular attention to the Yamas and Niyamas and how to incorporate them into classes.
  • Duty of Care: you - the yoga teacher, th
  • Marketing: how to approach schools and other institutions.
  • Exams: written and practical with feedback.

Teachers

Christine Karuna Curtis

Christine Karuna Curtis

I believe that when children (and adults) learn techniques for well-being, relaxation and inner fulfilment they can approach life’s challenges with more ease, confidence and compassion.

Yoga and mindfulness introduced at an early age can encourage self-worth and body awareness through physical and mindful activities that are noncompetitive thereby fostering cooperation, empathy and compassion rather than opposition.

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Prices

Monthly Payment Plan After February 15, 2020

Total due:
€1,246.00

Deposit:
€150.00

Non-refundable

4 monthly payments of:
€274.00

Non-refundable deposit

Monthly Payment Plan Before February 15, 2020

Total due:
€1,174.00

Deposit:
€150.00

Non-refundable

4 monthly payments of:
€256.00

Non-refundable deposit

Payment in full After February 15, 2020

Total due:
€1,100.00

Deposit:
€100.00

Non-refundable

Non-refundable deposit

Payment in full Before February 15, 2020

Total due:
€985.00

Deposit:
€100.00

Non-refundable

Non-refundable deposit

To register for the Course

For this 50 hour it will be necessary to arrange a personal interview by calling 91 575 19 13. Ask for Mabel, who will inform you of your course requirements.

Modes of Payment

- Bank Transfer

(On the bank transfer you must indicate your full name and the course that you are taking. You are expected to assume the bank transfer fees.)

General Conditions

Please consult the course's general conditions.

Diplomas

The course diplomas are delivered by AIPYS

Yoga Alliance

The course graduates can register with the US & UK Yoga Alliances.

Attention

This information is purely informative. We reserve the right to modify any of our programs, schedules or other content without prior notice.


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