95 Hour Kids Yoga Certification
Do you want to learn how to really teach yoga to kids and teens?
- Grounded is organically homegrown out of our passion to elevate yoga for children.
- Founded and created by Cheryl and Amy. Two experienced classroom teachers AND experienced yoga teachers. We teach poses in a way that are direct and precise in their movement modality yet also organic and spacious enough for the children to express themselves.
- Our program reflects multiple yoga lineages and diverse perspectives.
- We offer a step by step approach in your education toward certification.
- Our dynamic 4 step training fulfills the required 95 hours of study for RCYT designation with Yoga Alliance.
Step 1: Ground Yourself In Children’s Yoga
Ground, Grow, Connect to Children.
Based on the principle that you must ground yourself before grounding others, this training is an invitation to create an authentic presence, complete engaging groundwork and receive a well-rounded introduction into all aspects of teaching yoga to kids and teens.
Upon completion, you are eligible for the Elevator Pass and entry to our private online group as well as a listing on our website as a Grounded Teacher with reference to your bio and teaching schedule.
You may take this training as a stand-alone course or as the first step toward certification.
Step 2: Expand Into Special Populations
Step 3: Refine Your Teaching Through the Elements
Poke, Provoke, Confront your limits
Working together to understand and identify the qualities and characteristics of the five universal elements within yourself and others gives you the advantage of knowing how to connect with and inspire children on a very deep level.
Step 4: Celebrate Your Elevation
You WON’T find poses for pretend, you WILL find poses for purpose.
You WON’T find toys, you WILL find tools.
You WON’T find self help, you WILL find your self.
“This training blew me away with its authenticity and depth of content! I was impressed by the solid foundation of yogic philosophy and the seamless integration of traditional yogic practice into an accessible and thorough curriculum for kids.”
~ Lee M.