Yoga for Fertility Teacher Trainings with Lynn Jensen June 21-28
Level 1: June 21-24 // Level 2: June 25-28 (3.5 days each)
Participants earn CE’s toward Yoga Alliance continuing education requirements.
Add a valuable skill to your yoga teaching toolkit by learning how to teach yoga to support women who are trying to conceive. These Teacher Training programs are based on Lynn Jensen’s proven Yoga for Fertility program, from which nearly 2,000 women and couples have graduated since 2002. Approximately 1 in every 8 couples in the U.S. today face fertility challenges, over 7 million couples in the U.S. are currently dealing with fertility issues. Yoga is recommended by many fertility doctors as well as acupuncturists and naturopaths. Yoga for Fertility offers a way to support fertility naturally, offset the stress associated with fertility challenges, and improve chances of conception and a healthy birth.
This is a unique, on-site Yoga for Fertility teacher training program, offered for the first time on the east coast. The Yoga for Fertility Teacher Training courses are taught by Lynn Jensen, E-RYT, RPYT, C-IAYT, MBA, founder and instructor of the Yoga for Fertility program in Seattle WA. Lynn is co-author of the book: Yoga and Fertility, A Journey to Health and Healing, and the DVD: Yoga for Fertility, Simple Practices for Fertility Support. She has been teaching yoga since 1997, and founded the Yoga for Fertility program in 2002. Trainings are open to a limited number of participants. Yoga Alliance Continuing Education credits are available.
Each program is $695 or $1180 if taken together. A $195 deposit is required for each course. Deposits are refundable up to 45 days before the course. A follow up email will be delivered with information to pay the balance of the course fees (due 30 days before the course).
Level 1 - Make Your Deposit
Pre-requisite: 200-hour Yoga Teacher Certification course or provide documented teaching experience.
Level 1 Training Topics:
Yoga for Fertility: Benefits and Goals
Fertility Foundations: understanding monthly cycles & the fertility process
Understanding effects of the poses
Designing Yoga for Fertility routines for each cycle phase
Structuring a Yoga for Fertility class
Pranayama for fertility support
Stress and fertility
Emotional/psychological considerations specific to fertility
Supporting class dynamics
How to market your classes/workshops
Hours: Friday 9-5, Sat 12-7, Sun 12-7, Monday 10-2 (with lunch breaks on the full days).
Level 2 - Make Your Deposit
Pre-requisite: RYT-200 or documented teaching experience, plus completion of Yoga for Fertility Level 1 Teacher Training.
Level 2 Training Topics:
Understanding and working with specific fertility diagnoses
Yoga as a complement to Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)
The endocrine system: impact of endocrine issues on fertility
Chakras and the endocrine system
Intermediate yoga routines for fertility support
Visualizations, affirmations and mantras for fertility
Working with Class Themes
Yoga for Fertility for special circumstances
Teaching Yoga for Fertility for men and couples
Teaching private sessions
Lifestyle impacts on fertility
Using yoga to help clear emotional & psychological blocks to fertility
Hours: Tuesday 9-4, Wednesday 9-5, Thursday 9-4, Friday 9-1 (with lunch breaks on the full days)
Note: Training topics may alter slightly from the above lists, depending on attendees qualifications and input. For more specifics on topics for each training, please contact Lynn at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lynn Jensen, E-RYT, RPYT, C-IAYT, MBA
Lynn is a Registered Yoga Teacher through the Yoga Alliance, and a Certified Yoga Therapist through the International Association of Yoga Therapists and is also a registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher. She developed the Yoga for Fertility program in 2002, after several years of dealing with her own challenges with fertility. Since then, she has been offering several Yoga for Fertility classes each week, as well as retreats, workshops and teacher trainings. To date, there are nearly 2,000 “graduates” of her Yoga for Fertility programs, who are now busy parenting.