Module 1: June 14-16
Module 2: July 12-14
Module 3: August 9-11
$1299-all 3 modules
$999-early bird pricing (paid in-full, 30 days in advance of training)
$449-individual module (paid 30 days in advance of module start date)
This 85-hr Yoga Alliance Certified training will consist of 3-modules exploring all aspects of health throughout a woman’s lifecycle including moon cycles, fertility, pregnancy, postpartum health and healthy aging. We will cover topics from Anatomy including pelvic floor musculature, anatomical differences between the sexes, common conditions arising from pregnancy and an in-depth look at healthy posture. Trainees will learn to modify classes for pregnant students, sequence prenatal classes, assist specific postures, use props for modifying postures, come up with class themes and design intelligent classes for women in all stages of life. Yoga practices will include meditation, pranayama, asana, kriyas and guided relaxation. Whether you want to teach prenatal yoga classes or feel more confident adapting general population Yoga classes, learning about women’s health and wellness is a necessity for all Yoga Teachers.
Since 2011, Kelly Oar has taught over 1000 hours of yoga everywhere from Yoga studios to elementary schools, senior centers, libraries, churches, parks, and lakes. She believes that Yoga can be taught to anyone, anywhere and strives to make Yoga available to everyone. She currently holds certifications in Prenatal, Advanced Vinyasa, Hands-on Assists, Stand-up Paddleboard Yoga and Trauma-Informed Yoga. Her teachers have included Carole Westerman, Zeek Vincent, Amelia Travis (Stoked Yogi) & Hala Khouri. Kelly graduated from DSU in 2019 as a Physical Therapist Assistant and looks forward to uniting her passion for Yoga with Physical Therapy. Her educational background in Physical Therapy informs her yoga teaching and guides the intention and sequencing of her classes. Kelly resides in Southern Utah with her family and two dogs.
“I started prenatal yoga with Kelly in my first trimester and rarely missed a class through the rest of my pregnancy. It was by far the best thing I did for my body through the pregnancy. The birth was simpler and more relaxed all because of the skills I learned in prenatal yoga. Watching and talking to other mothers going through the different stages of their pregnancy was also incredibly helpful to learn about what was to come and know I was not alone. Every pregnancy is different but I know I’ll be doing class with Kelly for my next because it made all the difference for me.” Anna McNamara