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Baby, Kids and Teens Yoga Teacher Training

We introduce hummingbird Yoga teacher training at Kashmir Shaivism School Of Yoga

Enroll yourself to the Kid’s yoga teacher training for the following reasons;

Kids yoga incorporates a balance between spontaneity and structure ,children can listen to each other as well they can express themselves in a creative way , kids learn better when they are playing and enjoying , doing yoga with your children is a great way to nurture them and spend valuable time together as a family

Yoga encourage kids to become gentle and kind adults , who will hopefully create a more peaceful world in the future

Traditionally in India , a proper yoga routine is introduced to a child in his eight year , as this is seen as the beginning of Puberty, starting him on the path toward adulthood. Also , at this age the air sacs, or alveoli, in the lungs are fully developed for the breathing exercises , and the child has gained the ability to conceptualise . However we also taught from babies and toddlers yoga but with a fun element on it, guided play, games . Using playful techniques with children is a powerful form of teaching that has been used in all cultures around the world


Before we learn to teach kids let’s start with the mother and Baby yoga teacher training. Which includes; We will start with the baby and mommy yoga , the first bond that a human being establish when is born is with the mother . yoga becomes a unity, a space as well a time for this event to take place , during this classes we will work among other topics :

  • baby and family Yoga ( new born to 2 years)
  • kids yoga (3-5 years ) (6-9) ( 9-12)
  • Teens Yoga ( 13-17 years)
  • Motor development
  • Visual development
  • Cognitive development
  • Olfactory development
  • Among many others

Kids yoga :

  • Partner yoga & relaxation
  • Games
  • Brain and body development
  • learning through play

You can also enroll for Teen yoga teacher training course which includes;

  • Group and partner yoga
  • Hormonal changes
  • Rituals and physiology

Daily schedule

7:00 am – 7:30 am Meditation
7:30 am- 8:00 am Chanting, breathing exercises, sukshumas
8:00 – 9:00 am Asanas and pranayama
9:00 am – 10:30 am Break
10:30 – 11:15 am Philosophy Kashmir Shaivism
11:15- 11:30 am Tea
11:30 am – 12:30 pm Teaching Methodology
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm Lunch break
2:00pm – 2:45 pm Anatomy, physiology babies, kids and teens
2:45 pm – 3:15 pm General Background
3:15 pm – 4:15 pm Practicum
10 days ( one week and a half) 87 hours After completing training with a RCYS, graduates must also teach 30 hours of children’s yoga before they may register as Registered Children's Yoga Teachers (RCYT®)s. These hours of children’s yoga must be taught after graduating from a RCYS.

What you would learn after completion of the course:

Incorporate in The yoga class histories, songs, games , postures allowing the children to learn in a multysensorial environment, visual, aural, inter and intrapersonal
Teach our children how to Respect an honour mother nature and other cultures as kids in a yoga class make magical trips thorough the world learning about different cultures as well living the ecological environment as a lot of yoga postures are about the animal kingdom , children as well learn about the habit of the animals , animals in way of extinction as well learn to share with each other

General Background in the Specialty Area:

General Background in the Specialty Area Includes the study and understanding of all childhood developmental stages from age 2-15 and how the issues of each stage impact what is appropriate for teaching them. The school may split ages 2-15 into age groupings as it sees fit (e.g., ages 2-4, 5-8, etc.; or pre-school, elementary school, middle school). All five of the YA Educational Categories are to address the specifics of appropriate developmental application for each age group. Also includes the understanding of the yoga teacher’s relationships with parents/guardians and developmental specialists and basic communication skills for conducting those relationships.  

Techniques, Training and Practice:

Techniques, Training and Practice Includes yoga-based practices appropriate for child development, such as asanas, asana-based movement, yoga-based games and activities, breathing techniques and chantin  

Teaching Methodology:

Teaching Methodology Includes knowledge of classroom techniques, lesson plans and group processing for children’s activities. Age-appropriate teaching skills for yoga class techniques (including how to phrase age-appropriate questions to a child) and effective communication skills (such as songs and stories) for working with children.  

Anatomy and Physiology:

Anatomy and Physiology Anatomy and physiology related specifically to changes during child development and their application to yoga techniques (see Techniques category above). Includes both the study of the subject and application of its principles to yoga practice (benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc). Includes both human physical anatomy and physiology (bodily systems, organs, etc.) and energy anatomy and physiology (chakras, nadis, etc.).  

Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Children’s Yoga Teachers:

Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Children’s Yoga Teachers Includes basic yoga precepts as they relate to children and to teaching yoga to children (e.g., the Yamas and Niyamas). Awareness of ethical behavior and state and local legal requirements as related to behavior with and supervision of children. Specific training in parameters and techniques of ethical touch with regard to teaching children. Basics of ethical language and behavior, both when parents or guardians are present and when they are not  


Practicum These hours must be spent observing another teacher lead a children’s yoga class. A portion of these hours must be spent with Lead Trainers. These hours must be spent teaching a children’s yoga class. A portion of these hours must be spent with Lead Trainers and as lead teacher of the class.   Elective hours (8 hours) to be distributed among the educational categories according to the school’s chosen emphasis (may be Contact or Non-Contact Hours).  

Requirements and note for the Course:

-1 level 200 Hours YTTC is a Requirement Course for the registration with the Yoga Alliance For the students who have not completed a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Registered Training, or registered with YA, you will receive a graduation certificate from KSSOY upon completion of this training, but you will not be able to register with Yoga Alliance as a Children Yoga School

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Upcoming Courses

French Alps -12 August to 21 August 2018 - Breathing the Essence of Yoga and Kashmir Shaivism , 10 days retreat, all included- Yacep- Continue Education Program Certification, 2km from Annecy.

Doula and Pre-Postnatal Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Course- Dharamshala- 14 October to 28 October 2018, (in partner with Midwifes for Life - Partera de vidas and KSSOY-)


Location and Course Dates Early Special Price Price Price with Accommodation Price
Dharamshala ( 200 Hrs) 28 September to 24 October 2017 US$ 1200 US$ 1400 Na
Goa - Arambol ( 200 Hrs) 2 December to 28 December 2017 US$ 1200 US$ 1400 NA
Goa- Arambol (300 Hours YTTC - 2 level in Restorative Yoga) 3 January to 6 February 2018 US$ 1700 US$ 1900 NA
Goa- Arambol ( Kids yoga TTC ) 10 February - 21 February 2018 US$ 630 US$ 750 N
Goa Arambol ( Prenatal & Postnatal YTTC)) 26 February to 10 March 2018 US$ 900 US$ 1100 NA
Dharamshala (200 hrs ) 4 April to 1 May 2017 US$ 1200 US$ 1400 N
Dharamshala ( 200 Hrs) 4 May to 30 May 2018 US$ 1200 US$ 1400 N
Dharamshala ( 300 Hrs - 2 level) 3 June to 6 July 2018 US$ 1700 US$ 1900 N
Dharamshala ( Doula & Pre- Postnatal Restorative yoga teacher Training in partner with Midwifes for Life ( partera de vidas ) & KSSOY) October 14 to 28 October 2018 US$ 1600 US$ 2000 N