with Laura Wade Jaster
Sunday, December 3rd
9:00am – 6:00pm
Pay What You Can
Are you feeling curious to learn about pregnancy and yoga in a dynamic and inspired way? Join Laura of Spiral Mamas for a day-long training on the foundations of prenatal yoga!
This day-long training is designed for yoga teachers, counselors, and birth professionals, or anyone who wants to learn how to support healthy pregnancies and empowered transitions into motherhood. Even if you are just interested in learning more about your own journey of becoming, you can deepen your experience and knowledge of being born or having babies of your own. If you currently teach yoga classes, this will give you a foundation of knowledge to support your pregnant students.
This training will cover the core principles and practices of Perinatal Yoga including:
- Perinatal anatomy and physiology
- Discussion of medical and midwifery birth models
- Philosophy of Yoga and Ayurveda as it relates to pregnancy and childbirth
- Asanas and pranayama that build strength and comfort
- Class observation
- Practice teaching
- Self-inquiry and self-awareness
A mat, bolster, strap, three blankets, & two blocks will be provided.
Taught by Laura Wade Jaster, MA, eRYT CHT, a somatic psychotherapist, mother of two, and a yoga teacher with 20 years of teaching experience. For more information on Laura, please visit: https://www.spiralwellness.com.
- Sunday, Dec. 3
- 9:00am to 6:00pm, with lunch break
- United Church of Christ, Upstairs at 3250 E. Sixth Ave. Denver, 80206
Pay What You Can! PWYC is an equitable format that allows everyone to participate and honor the wisdom, commitment and dedication of the teachers. Here is how it works…
Option #1: Fair Market Value – Some people would rather just have it all settled in advance. If that’s the case, pay the fair market value of $120 for the entire workshop initially.
Option #2: Pay What You Can – Submit your $75 deposit to secure your space in the workshop (If you can’t swing that, let us know). This deposit is refundable up until two weeks before the workshop. At the end of your workshop, you can contribute additionally, whatever feels right.