This monthly meeting for Pregnancy Yoga teachers offers an opportunity to come together, irrespective of our training programs and practice, and share experience and support for all pregnancy yoga teachers.
The 90-minute sessions will be an opportunity for meditation, contemplation and discussion around the many themes and challenges that face pregnancy yoga teachers.
I welcome suggestions for themes to be explored. If you have a topic that you would like to explore with the group or an idea for discussion please get in touch.
All sessions take place online via Zoom so that you can join from wherever you are on this bright green planet.
Sessions take place once a month on Friday evenings at 8.30pm. Sessions are recorded and the audio recording is made available to everyone that has registered and booked the session.
To cover the admin time behind running this group, I am changing a fee of £10 per session.
To register please send me your email to email@example.com along with a little info about your pregnancy teaching experience and location. and I will add you to the mailing list.
To book your place each month simply click the payment button below.
I look forward to welcoming you to our vibrant loving circle of powerful pregnancy yoga teachers.
Friday 25 September
What Are We Actually Teaching and Why?
Pregnancy Yoga teachers often have many strings to their bows; some are doulas or midwives, some are hypnotherapists or mindfulness teachers, others specialise in other forms of bodywork. How do all these other ideologies, professions sit with, feed and support or even conflict with our Yoga teaching. What is it that you are teaching? Has it changed over the years?
Even within Yoga we teach from different places; some valuing a strong movement-based creative and physical practice, others valuing a female-centric practice, others prioritising the pregnant context, others still are messengers of presence. Each unique expression is valuable but it is also valuable to ask ourselves what is that unique expression and how can we evolve and grow from that point of recognition. What do we have to offer as teachers that is unique, powerful and authentic? How can we find and express our unique and powerful voice?
Do our strengths lie in our differences or in the unified message we teach?