1. WHO IS THIS TRAINING DESIGNED FOR AND IS THIS COURSE FOR ME?
This week-long immersion is designed for students of all yogic disciplines, yoga teachers, doulas, nurses, midwives, doctors, childbirth educators and anyone wanting to deepen their knowledge and practice. If you are feeling called to join us, come discover the power of this transformative, grace filled, time tested practice and step into your destiny as you learn to help support a woman as she experiences the enormous physical, emotional and spiritual changes that prepare her to welcome a human being into the world.
2. What is included in the cost?
The registration costs include tuition for the training and certification. We will also be providing a manual and various teaching materials.
Students are responsible for transportation to and from the training location, housing, and meals.
3. How do we get there?
See the website page for the location where you will be joining us for your training. All the details will be provided there.
4. What is the basic course schedule?
First Saturday, 7am–5pm (registration takes place from 7am–8am)
Monday through Friday, 5am–5pm
Final Saturday: 5am–2pm
5. Who will be teaching the course?
Wahe Kaur Khalsa
Plus wonderful guest teachers!
See the about page/teachers bios to learn more.
6. Can I take the course if I’ve never taken Kundalini Yoga before?
Yes. Of course, but we highly recommend that you take a Kundalini Yoga class before arriving, even if it’s just a DVD class, so that you have the experience of the energy.
7. Will I be certified to teach Khalsa Way Prenatal Yoga by the end of the course?
You will be well on your way, however the following certification requirements must be met before you are fully certified and prepared to teach:
Attend an additional 10 prenatal yoga classes (5 Khalsa Way and 5 other schools of prenatal yoga classes). If there are not any Khalsa Way certified teachers in your area, you may use Gurmukh’s Pregnancy Yoga DVD’s and Sarah Kamrath’s recorded class.
Creation of 3 sample pregnancy yoga classes, with postures and a meditation included in each class outline.
A 40-day meditation that will be assigned at the end of the course.
The Khalsa Way Prenatal Teacher Training course fulfills Yoga Alliance's 85-hour national standard for a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT®). In order to receive a Yoga Alliance accreditation you must also have 30 hours of teaching experience in prenatal yoga after completing the Khalsa Way Prenatal Teacher Training course, and complete a 200-hour training program with a Registered Yoga School (RYS).
8. What if I am pregnant. Is it still OK to attend the training?
Yes. Absolutely. There is no better time. Come connect with your baby, your sisters and yourself.
9. What if I have small children … can I bring them?
This is an intense week. We do ask that you come alone or bring someone who will be able to care for your child during the hours when we will be meeting.
10. What is covered in the Khalsa Way training?
Please see the curriculum page to learn more.
If you have any questions or need any assistance registering please email: firstname.lastname@example.org