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Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training CPD - March 2018


Sunday 18th March 2018, 9am - 5pm 

The Yoga Mama Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training Day CPD Workshop looks primarily at yoga for postnatal women. However, we also look at integrating babies into postnatal classes. Here at Yoga Mama we encourage women to take a gentle route back into yoga and their bodies. We also feel that facilitating a sense of community within a postnatal class can really help postnatal women. It can help them to feel less isolated and help them gain confidence in handling their babies. Full information about the course can be found below.


The aim of this one-day postnatal yoga teacher training day CPD workshop is to give yoga teachers the information and tools to support postnatal women in yoga classes. We look at closing down the body safely post-delivery and how we can best support women both emotionally, physically and spiritually during the postnatal period.


In this postnatal yoga teacher training day CPD workshop, the topics covered will include:
  • Asana
  • Pranayama
  • Integrating babies into yoga classes
  • Physiological changes postpartum
  • The cardiovascular system
  • The hormonal system
  • Postnatal depression
  • Perineal tears and caesarean section
  • Pelvic floor/ prolapse


This postnatal yoga teacher training day CPD workshop is approved by Yoga Alliance Professionals. It is open to yoga teachers and women’s health professionals.


The Yoga Mama postnatal yoga teacher training day CPD workshop faculty is comprised of:
  • Cherie Lathey: Course Director & Senior Yoga Teacher
  • Andrea Yeboah Regis: Women’s Health Physiotherapist & Yoga Teacher
  • Hajni Varadi: Postnatal Yoga Teacher


This Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training Day CPD Workshop will take place at the Yoga Mama studio. Full address below.

Yoga Mama
2nd Floor, Putneymead Group Medical Practice
266 Upper Richmond Road,
London SW15 6TQ


This 1-day Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training Day CPD Workshop costs £130.


Yoga Mama is offering an early bird offer on this postnatal yoga teacher training day CPD workshop. If you book and pay by Friday 2nd February 2018, you will pay just £120.


To book your place on the next postnatal yoga teacher training day CPD workshop, you can book online. Alternatively, call us on 020 8789 3881 or send an email to


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