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Mindful Birth: Yoga for Pregnancy, Birth and Baby Teacher Training with Michelle Papa

 

 

 INTRODUCTION

 

Mindful Birth was founded to honour the miraculous journey of pregnancy, childbirth and early parenting, and to support women on this journey through yoga & meditation practice. As the baby of Dr. Jean Byrne & Mindful Birth co-founder Michelle Papa, Mindful Birth brings together their experiences as mothers, pregnancy yoga teachers, childbirth educators, and Dr. Byrne’s research into mindfulness and the childbearing period. Mindful Birth is one of the few accredited pregnancy yoga teacher training programmes based on research. This programme grew out of the Mindfulness Based Childbirth Education (MBCE) pilot study by Dr. Jean Byrne and researchers at Curtin University and The University of Western Australia which has now been published in academic journals.

Pre-natal and post-natal yoga teaching is one of the most rewarding experiences you may have as a yoga teacher. Pregnant women are very dedicated to their practice, and women often feel physically and emotionally vulnerable during pregnancy and the post-natal period. By undertaking our Yoga Alliance accredited Mindful Birth programme, you will learn how to teach yoga in a holistic manner and support healthy women through pregnancy and post-natally. Upon completion you will know how to teach women safely during this time and be able to integrate pregnant and post-natal women into your classes. In addition, you will be a certified Mindful Birth: Yoga for Pregnancy, Birth and Baby teacher and able to deliver specific pre- and post-natal classes for women – which are very popular!

The Mindful Birth: Yoga for Pregnancy, Birth and Baby Teacher Training is a comprehensive and intensive training course for yoga teachers, aspiring yoga teachers, pregnant women, midwives, doulas and anyone interested in yoga during and after pregnancy. It will provide existing yoga teachers and aspiring teachers with a 100-hour specialisation in yoga for this important time in a woman’s life. Participants who have successfully completed this course may apply for Registered Pre-natal Yoga Teacher (RPYT) with Yoga Alliance after fulfilling 30 hours of pregnancy teaching. This course is also registered as both a Post-Graduate course and a Specialist Pregnancy Training with Yoga Australia.

Certification
The course is fully registered with Yoga Alliance. Completion will allow you to become a Yoga Alliance Registered Pre-Natal Yoga Teacher (RPYT). Upon completion of this course and all assignments, students will be awarded a certificate of participation.

Yoga Alliance Accredited School
Pure Yoga is a registered school with Yoga Alliance. Our teacher training programmes and teachers are internationally accredited, have exclusive recognition and qualify for the 200-hr Yoga Alliance Certification.

Yoga Alliance is an international governing board for yoga teachers and training programmes in the U.S and globally. Graduates of our programme are automatically eligible to register as a RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance. Becoming a RYT means having a higher profile and gaining international recognition as a yoga teacher, attributes that many hiring studios look for.

Mission Statement
We offer this training in an effort to grow our community of committed yoga practitioners, empowering those who demonstrate dedication to a personal practice, by sharing the knowledge, skills and tools we have learned so they too can start teaching yoga.

We intend to guide trainees toward a healthy self-confidence, while at the same time invoking in them a sense of humility and excitement, knowing that they are at the beginning of a long journey.

 

For enquiries, email events@pure-yoga.com

 

 SYLLABUS

 

Module 1: Pre-natal Yoga
9-11 August
Pregnancy. It's a miraculous process of self-discovery and learning. It's a time of physical, emotional and spiritual transformation. And it's a time when the practice of yoga matters deeply as it affects the life of the pregnant woman and her unborn child. This course provides an overview of yoga and meditation practice throughout the pregnancy, birth and post-natal stages.

Course Objectives
• To learn about the relationship between the practice of yoga and women’s life cycles.
• To understand the medical and cultural context, both past and present, of pregnancy and birthing.
• To understand the physical and emotional changes that occur for women and their babies at different stages of development, pre- and post-natal.
• To understand how to teach healthy pregnant women appropriate yoga practices for the stage of their pregnancy.
• To understand the common complaints, contraindications and conditions during pregnancy and how to adapt yoga practice to these in order to teach safely.
• To facilitate an understanding of how the teaching of pregnancy yoga can enable women to have a conscious and active birth and improve their birth experience and outcomes, so that teachers may then empower their students to birth consciously.
• To learn and implement the theory of Optimal Foetal Positioning as it applies to yoga asana in their yoga classes.
• To enable teachers to deliver interesting, informative and fun classes for women during pregnancy, for birth, and beyond.

Module 2: Post-natal Yoga
12 & 13 August
The post-natal period in a woman's life is a time in which she needs to focus on her physical, spiritual and emotional well-being, as it is central to her newborn baby's well-being. Post-natal yoga classes honour the experiences of mothers in this time of transition and learning as well as empower women to connect with their own beliefs and values regarding mothering. Post-natal yoga also offers a holistic form of exercise for women specifically focused on the needs of the post-natal woman, including pelvic & abdominal reconditioning and back & neck problems arising from pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Course Objectives
• To understand the specific physical and emotional changes for women in the post-natal period
• To enable teachers to teach women how to involve their baby in their yoga practice (mums and bubs)
• To understand how different birth experiences will impact the post-natal yoga practice of individual women
• To understand baby development in the early post-natal period
• To learn specific asanas and exercises for reconditioning the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles
• To understand the social context of mothering
• To learn about Mothering with Mindfulness and how you can integrate mindfulness techniques into your post-natal classes
• To learn how to accommodate pregnant women with young children in post-natal classes
• To enable yoga teachers to deliver dynamic and fun post-natal classes for women and their babies

Module 3: Yoga for Active Birth
14-17 August
Only open to those who have completed Modules One and Two. This module is developed to deepen your understanding of pregnancy, childbirth and the post-natal period. It is a highly effective and lively way to learn how to deliver Active Birthing Workshops in order to empower women and their partners to understand birth physiology and the principles of Active Birth. This course will ground you in an understanding of the best evidence-based care for pregnant women, and how education regarding care during pregnancy might be introduced into your classes in a workshop format. Multiple resources will be provided to assist the implementation of effective childbirth education into your classes. In this final module, you will receive individual feedback on your class teaching. This Module also involves detailed description of the Mindfulness Based Childbirth Education project designed by Dr. Jean Byrne and other researchers. Completion of this and the previous two modules will enable you to have the unique qualification of RPYT, and pregnant women will know they are in safe hands in your classes.

Course Objectives
• To understand women’s physiology during labour and birth.
• To understand the stages of labour in more detail.
• To learn about the importance of birth hormones and how to optimise the birthing environment for a natural birth.
• To learn about babies’ innate behaviour during the process of birth and discover how effective positions and movements can assist in the birth of the baby.
• To be able to apply practical knowledge of yoga postures to different stages of labour and birth as it is designed to enhance normal physiology during delivery.
• To develop strategies for implementing active birthing techniques in hospital settings.
• To explore appropriate, practical teaching strategies for increasing the confidence of expectant parents in being able to give birth physiologically.
• To discuss ways of empowering women and caregivers to achieve desired birth outcomes.
• To learn and understand how to use effective non-drug forms of pain relief as alternatives to epidurals.
• To learn how to use props to support women with more complicated pregnancies.
• To understand and develop a theoretical and practical understanding of mindfulness as applied to women’s journey through pregnancy and birth, and how you can integrate mindfulness techniques into your classes.

 

SCHEDULE

 

Module 1: Pre-natal Yoga
9-11 August 2017

Module 2: Post-natal Yoga
12 & 13 August 2017

Module 3: Yoga for Active Birth
14-17 August 2017

Daily Schedule
8:30am – 12:30pm, 1:30pm – 5:30pm

 

REQUIREMENTS

 

Commitment, determination and good health are the basic requisites. Students must be prepared to make personal sacrifices in order to achieve 100% course attendance.

Applicants need
• To be dedicated to the practice of yoga.
• To either be yoga teachers, yoga teacher trainees or health care professionals wishing to know more about the benefits of pregnancy yoga.

ABOUT MICHELLE PAPA

 

Michelle began practising yoga in 2004 to balance her stressful job at a consulting company in Los Angeles. Through yoga she was able to connect with a part of herself that she thought she had forgotten due to the hectic pace of her life. Her love for yoga has grown exponentially since 2004 and upon moving to Perth in 2007, she found her 'yoga home' at The Yoga Space where she practises in the Mysore programme and has made two trips to Mysore, India to practise under the guidance of R. Sharath Jois. Michelle has undertaken the Hatha Vinyasa Yoga teacher training at The Yoga Space and holds a particular interest in pre- and post-natal, and yoga for Active Birth. She delivers Active Birthing Workshops and Mindful Birth Retreat which assist women through education and awareness – keys to having an empowering birth experience. She is a member of Yoga Australia and E-RYT 200/RYT500 with Yoga Alliance.

Together with Dr. Jean Byrne, she is the co-founder of Mindful Birth, a registered Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia Pre-natal Teacher Training programme. She has completed specialist pre-natal yoga teacher training with Dr. Jean Byrne as well as a Diploma of Childbirth Education to become a certified Childbirth Educator with Childbirth International. She is also furthering her learning through workshops with Active Birth proponent Dr. Sarah Buckley. Michelle teaches pre-natal, post-natal, yin yang and Ashtanga led classes. She delivers Mindful Birth Teacher Training course in Australia and Asia. Yoga has become an integral part of her life that keeps her centred and grounded. Michelle has a daughter Cassy, born in early 2010.

 

TUITION

 

Mindful Birth: Yoga for Pregnancy, Birth and Baby Teacher Training

Early-Bird Price
Register NOW until
30 June

Regular Price
Register from
1 July onwards


Full Programme:

Module 1: Pre-Natal Yoga (9-11 August, 2017)
Module 2: Post-Natal Yoga (12-13 August, 2017)
Module 3: Yoga for Active Birth (14-18 August, 2017)


8:30am – 12:30pm, 1:30pm – 5:30pm

S$1,848

S$2,310


Module 1 only: Pre-Natal Yoga

9-11 August

S$780

S$975


Module 2 only: Post-Natal Yoga
12 & 13 August

HKS$516

S$645

 

Module 3 only: Yoga for Active Birth

14-17 August

S$1,032

S$1,290

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Early Bird ends 30 June !

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Application
Please complete an online application form or email us to apply. You will be notified by email within 3-5 days of its approval along with a Welcome Letter outlining payment procedures and further details.

 

Tax:

Please note prices include 7% GST.

 

Early-Bird Discount
Early-Bird Price: Application sent in on or before 30 June 2017.
Regular Price: Application sent in starting from 1 July 2017.

 

Refunds/Cancellation
· No refund or credit will be given for cancellation starting 30 June 2017.
· All refunds are subject to a 10% processing fee that will be deducted from your refund.

 

Minimum Students

This programme requires a minimum of 15 students

  

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· 20% off all Pure Apparel retail products for all yoga event registrants on dates of the event.

· 20% off all nood food cold-pressed juices for all yoga event registrants on dates of the event.

· This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion.

· This promotion can only be used for one transaction.

· This promotion is non-transferable and non-refundable.

 

Enquiries:

For enquiries, please email events@pure-yoga.com

 

 

*If there is any discrepancy between the printed and web versions, the web version shall prevail.

 

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Waiver of Liability
Your Physical Conditions and Safety

1. You understand that it is your responsibility to consult a physician regarding your ability to participate in the physical activities involved in the Training Course and that participating in the physical activities undertaken on the Training Course imposes physical demands upon you, and in particular you understand that the intensive nature of the yoga instruction provided on the Training Course, particularly in respect of hot yoga, will impose extra physical demands on you over and above those which you would experience, in a less intensive yoga practice session, or at cooler temperatures, and in lower humidity when engaging in any or comparable exercise.

2. You shall not participate in any of the physical activities on the Training Course whilst suffering from any infections or contagious illnesses, diseases or other ailments including but not limited to open cuts, abrasions, open sores or minor infections, where there is any risk that such use or participation in such conditions may be detrimental to the health, safety, comfort or physical conditions of other participants in the Training Course; you will bring any such matters to the attention of staff of Pure if in any doubt.

3. If you are pregnant, under medication and/or suffering from or having suffered from any medical disability you are strongly advised to seek the advice of a qualified medical practitioner before commencing any of the physical activities available on the Training Course.

4. No person who is under the influence of drugs or of alcohol is permitted on the Training Course.

5. You acknowledge and voluntarily assume (i) your responsibility to assess your level of fitness and general health (including where appropriate consulting your physician or doctor) and (ii) the risks of serious injury that are associated with physical activity of any kind including any variety of yoga, meditation and breath work practice and participation in yoga related activities or activities related to the Training Course (collectively the "Activities") including those off studio or Pure Facilities premises. You confirm that you shall retain all control and direction over your Activities at all times. You voluntarily assume full liability and accept the risk of harm, including physical injury and discomfort as a result of your participation in the various Activities in the Training Course.

Limitation of Liability
1. You hereby acknowledge that you are aware that in participating in the physical activities available on the Training Course, and in using the facilities there are risks or possibility of injury.

2. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, Pure, its related corporations and their respective servants, agents, employees and officers (collectively referred to in this Clause 2 as the "Pure Entities") shall not be liable for any loss or damage to property or in respect of any bodily injuries, illness or death of you, howsoever caused, aggravated or incurred arising out of or in any way connected with your participation in the Training Course and other services.

3. You hereby acknowledge that you understand and voluntarily accept the risks of injury involved in your participation in the Training Course. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable laws, you hereby agree the Pure Entities shall not be liable in contract, tort (including without limitation negligence), pre-contract or other representations or otherwise out of or in connection with your participation in the Training Course, for any claims, demands, damages, economic loss (including without limitation, loss of revenues, profits, contracts, business or anticipated savings), loss of good will or reputation, or special or indirect consequential losses in any case. You further agree not to hold the Pure Entities liable for any wilful act or omission, default, fraud or negligence of any other person or guest or third party within Pure operated facilities.

4. You hereby agree to defend, fully indemnify on demand and hold harmless the Pure Entities from and against all liabilities, claims, expenses, damages and losses including legal fees (on an indemnity basis) which the Pure Entities may suffer arising from any breach of these terms and conditions by you, or in connection with any act, omission, default, negligence or conduct of you in connection with any other liabilities arising out of you or any services under this Agreement. This obligation to indemnify Pure shall survive the termination of the Agreement.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  

Am I qualified to teach pre- and post-natal yoga right after the course?
Yes, you are qualified to teach pre- and post-natal yoga once all the assignments and course requirements have been completed and you are already a qualified yoga teacher. If you are not already a qualified yoga teacher, you may still find the information useful and practical if you work in a field that deals directly with pre- and post-natal women.

Can I teach pre- and post-natal yoga successfully if I have not experienced childbirth?
Yes, absolutely! I started teaching pre- and post-natal yoga before I had my son. As with teaching women pre- and post-natal yoga, there are many fantastic midwives and obstetricians that have not had babies or experienced childbirth but are passionate and sincere in caring for and looking after women through their childbearing experiences. What matters most is that you have undergone proper training and are compassionate towards your students and understand the broader implications of being a new mum – which the Post-Natal training covers.

What kind of support can I get after the course?
The course is structured for people that already have a minimum qualification in teaching yoga. It gives you more than enough specific information and learning of the practical application of yoga during pregnancy and beyond as you will need to be a competent pre- and post-natal teacher. The real learning comes from teaching in this field and understanding that all women experience pregnancy and birth differently. It is during your role as a pre- and post-natal teacher that you may be asked many challenging questions and presented with many different issues that might not be covered in the course. I am happy to receive emails regarding any concerns that you may have about teaching your students or answering their questions. However I would encourage all pre- and post-natal yoga teachers to continue learning in this area by attending workshops and seminars that have specific focus on the health and well-being of mother and baby, and to research the answers to things they are not sure about so that they can develop their own independent learning. You can never learn enough! From my love of teaching pre-natal yoga, I went on to study to be a Childbirth Educator and also conduct research into Childbirth Education incorporating yoga and mindfulness (Mindfulness Based Childbirth Education).

 

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