Radiant Child Yoga Program
Radiant Child Yoga Program® teacher training - children’s yoga at its best! An inspiring, fun and practical training course for all levels of experience with children and/or yoga training. Beginners are welcome. Come prepared to move your body and rediscover the child within!
Type of Event
Saturday 9am to 6pm and Sunday 8am to 5pm
Includes $175 of material - books, music & manual
Earlybird discount $100 off before 31 August 2015
Teacher Training Program Levels 1-2 with Siri Mukta Kaur
The Radiant Child Yoga Program is a 20 hour training program developed by Shakta Kaur Khalsa during 35 years experience with children and yoga. RCYP is yoga teacher training at its best. RCYP qualifies as credit hours for RYT certification through Yoga Alliance. A certificate is given upon completion. The course includes a comprehensive teacher training handbook, books, CDs, DVD and workbook.
Children’s Yoga Teacher Training Program - curriculum
Guidelines for teaching yoga to children from toddlers to teens, overview of children’s yoga: benefits for children, parents and teachers, Yoga postures, stories, songs, games and activities to share with children, Yoga for SPD, Autism and ADHD, Healing and therapeutic yoga for children, Teaching partner and group yoga, Incorporating yoga activities and exercises in everyday learning within the classroom, Working with class management and discipline, Adapting children’s yoga for schools, Ideas for keeping children focused, engaged and interested, Structuring and marketing children’s yoga classes, Keeping ourselves focused and aware while working with children, Sharing and networking with others in the class, Participate in sample classes for children aged 3-6, 4-8 and 8-12, Focus on meditation and pranayama (breathing) with children, Experience the transforming power of daily yoga and meditation, Collaborate in small groups to present a children’s yoga program to fellow participants.
“Thank you for a wonderful, inspirational, informative weekend. I had a ball and have learnt so much.” Amy Rutten, May 2010