“This is brilliant! Love all your ideas. You’ve made it seem so natural and free flowing from one thing to the next. Shame my daughter is fast asleep, she would love it too!” Gemma Miles, Attendee, Integrating Babies into Your Postnatal Yoga Class
- songs, actions and movements to entertain and interact with the babies
- activities to promote bonding with the baby
- practices that can aid postnatal recovery together with keeping babies happy to be in class for longer
**At the end of the training, you will receive Certificate of Attendance from Yoga Teachers Forum. Tessa is a FEDANT Approved trainers.
“Thank you very much for yesterday’s course. It was very interesting and helpful for my teaching. I found the content and your delivery was just right and the ability to interact over zoom was done so well. Thank you.
I spent about an hour telling everything from the workshop to my husband. That is always a good sign, to want to share everything!” Ruth Barber., Attendee, Birth Trauma Workshop
"I really enjoyed this workshop.... I liked Tessa's examples ...Tessa guided some great visualisations ....I left feeling resourced and inspired with plenty of new material to explore in classes." Amba Cooper- The Pelvis in Pregnancy
"I did enjoy it, very much. Many thanks for sharing your experiences and knowledge, and for providing a stimulating forum for discussion." Una Bentley - Biomechanics of Birt
To see the extensive range of pre & postnatal CPDs we have designed to give you practical tools that can further develop your teaching practice, please click here.
Policies & Procedures For the full course policies and terms & conditions please click here.
* you are required to have insurance to cover you for teaching postnatal classes with babies - please check with your insurance provider to ensure that you are covered.
* *The Lullaby Trust, which campaigns on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), advises that babies should not remain in car seats longer than necessary, that they're only for travel and not for sleeping in or use as a highchair. Therefore it's important that babies attending postnatal classes are taken out of car seats and integrated into the class.
About the facilitator - Tessa Sanderson: