Join children’s yoga specialist, Christyn Schroeder (KidPowerment founder) for a fun-filled workshop where you will learn the basics of creating dynamic, multidimensional yoga classes that reach and challenge children of all learning styles and age levels. This course is a wonderful foundation to begin your Children’s Yoga journey upon, or to re-inspire your current work with children.
Students can expect to walk away with a vision for the great potential a Children’s yoga practice can have, the understanding of how to set up classes for kids age 3-13, and the developmental stages that occur during these times to know how to properly create classes. In addition, participants will get the chance to take part in a real Children’s Yoga Class to witness the tools in action. This weekend will be filled with a balance of active learning, group creation, and contemplative practices. We will play, laugh, and explore our way through each day!
…anyone who loves children!
5 – 7th September 2019
16.30 Door opening
08.15 Door opening
08.30 – 12.30 Workshop
14.00 – 18.00 Workshop
19.30 – 21.00 Workshop
08.45 Door opening
09.00 – 13.00 Workshop
Ready for you:
yoga mats, blocks, harnesses and blankets, tea and snack
CHF 429.- (Early Bird till 9th June)
KidPowerment Yoga’s Foundations of Children’s Yoga Training
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RYT 500, E-RYT 200, RCYT
Christyn has made her mark as one of Boston’s most loved and sought out Children’s Yoga Teachers and Teacher Trainers. With over 20 years of experience teaching movement to children, she brings a wealth of experience and wisdom to every class. Regarded as an expert in her field, Christyn has presented at the National Children’s Yoga Conference, the National Conference on Children and Homelessness, as well as countless workshops for teachers. In 2010 she developed the 100 hour KidPowerment Children’s Yoga Teacher Training. She has had the honor of guiding aspiring children’s yoga teachers around the world to find their voices, and give them tools to create engaging and creative classes that are also developmentally appropriate and firmly grounded in yoga.