Yoga Training in Nairobi Kenya

Yoga training typically involves a combination of physical poses, breathing exercises, and meditation. It is designed to improve physical and mental wellbeing. Physical poses, or asanas, focus on physical alignment and posture, and can be modified to suit all levels of fitness and experience.

Breathing exercises, or pranayama, help to promote relaxation and focus, while also improving lung capacity and oxygen flow.

Meditation helps to cultivate mindfulness, and can be used to calm the mind and improve concentration. Yoga training is often used to reduce stress, improve physical fitness, and increase overall wellbeing.
It can also be used to improve mental clarity, reduce physical and mental tension, and improve overall health.

The Training Curriculum may include but not limited to:
1. Introduction to Yoga: Understanding the Basics
Principles of Alignment in Asana Practice
Introduction to Pranayama
Anatomy and Physiology of Yoga
Introduction to Meditation
The Art of Teaching: Best Practices and Ethics
Yoga Philosophy and Its Impact on Health
Understanding the Chakras
Introduction to Ayurveda
10. Exploration of Advanced Asana and Pranayama Techniques


Pre-natal yoga is a form of yoga specifically designed for pregnant women. It is typically practiced during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy and focuses on stretching, strengthening, and relaxation techniques that help to prepare both the body and mind for labor and delivery.
Benefits of pre-natal yoga include:

Improved posture
Increased strength and flexibility
Improved sleep and relaxation
enhanced connection with the baby.

Pre-natal yoga can be an excellent way for an expectant mother to connect with her baby and to stay healthy and fit during pregnancy.
Pre-natal yoga can help to reduce stress, increase flexibility and strength, and improve balance. It can also help to reduce the risk of common pregnancy complications such as back pain, constipation, and insomnia. Additionally, pre-natal yoga can help the expectant mother to remain mindful and focused on her pregnancy and her baby.
Practicing pre-natal yoga can help to create a bond between the mother and her baby, and it can also help to prepare the body for labor.

Training Curriculum in Yoga for Pre Natal Mothers

Introduction to Prenatal Yoga: Learn about safety considerations, benefits, and contraindications for prenatal yoga.
Anatomy and Physiology: Learn about the anatomical and physiological changes that occur during pregnancy and how they affect yoga practice.
Yoga Postures and Sequencing: Learn how to modify postures to be safe and comfortable for prenatal students. Learn how to sequence postures to create a balanced, therapeutic class.
Pranayama: Learn various pranayama (breath) techniques that are safe for prenatal students and how to incorporate pranayama into a yoga class.
Meditation and Mindfulness: Learn how to use meditation and mindfulness practices to cultivate equanimity, compassion, and joy during the pregnancy journey.
Yoga Philosophy: Learn about the underlying philosophy of yoga and how it can support pregnant students and their families during this special time.
Assisting and Adjusting: Learn how to assist and adjust prenatal students safely and effectively.
8. Teaching Prenatal Yoga: Learn how to teach a safe and effective prenatal yoga class.

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