MOMS AT OM 50 HR
Learn tools to encourage mindful conception, healthy pregnancy, and empowered birth, and how to use Yoga Postures, Movement, Breath, and Meditation to encourage a healthy pregnancy, birth, and postpartum recovery.
What to expect
In this 50 hour Moms At Om™ Prenatal Teacher Training, you will learn the tools to encourage mindful conception, healthy pregnancy, and empowered birth.
This training will teach you how to use Yoga Postures, Movement, Breath, and Meditation to encourage a healthy pregnancy, birth, and postpartum recovery. Topics covered will include Mindful Conception + Fertility Yoga, the Anatomy and Physiology of the Pregnant Body + The Art of Prenatal Sequencing: Prenatal Therapeutic Yoga, Prenatal Vinyasa, Prenatal Restoratives, and Prenatal Breath and Meditation, Stages of Labor + Poses for Birth, and the Anatomy and Physiology of the Postpartum Body + The Art of Postnatal Sequencing. We will create Dynamic, therapeutic prenatal yoga sequences both for group and private classes and we will explore teaching pregnancy yoga to partners.
Most importantly we will learn how to teach a dynamic, safe, and therapeutic prenatal yoga class while building community as a birth worker. This training is designed for Yoga Teachers, Birth Professionals, and All Women curious about birth and motherhood.
It will include 49 classroom hours, plus an optional 8-10 hours of classroom observation and homework assignments for those who would like to receive Moms At Om™ 50hr Prenatal Certification.
All sessions will include a 1 hour lunch break for students to grab lunch and have time to socialize and get to know one another.
Table of Contents
DAY 1 - DAY 7
November 18th - 24th 2019
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“At our prenatal visits you were very warm and easy to talk to also very informative. As far as Birth goes, I could not have done it without you nor do I even want to imagine not having you there! You just made it all better. I had full trust in you and your abilities to sooth me during contractions and the standing with bent knees with you was a definite tool that helped me. I loved the aromatherapy and all the other extras as well. Your very nurturing and a true professional. Thank you for staying as long as you did to make sure our little wild man was ok.“
“I’ll write a more in depth review when I have more time but wanted to say that Keya is absolutely gifted as a doula. She stepped in at the last minute (literally when I was having contractions) when our doula couldn’t make it, and I was thrilled she could come as I’d loved her prenatal yoga classes. She was there for us every step of the way through what turned into a three day labor. She kept us from heading to the hospital way too early with calming pain relief techniques at home, and her calm confidence and nonjudgemental, very supportive nature were so comforting to us and made for a harmonious birth team at the hospital. She had no shortage of solutions for helping me through the pain and her yoga and rebozo techniques were lifesavers. We were so grateful to have her there for us. I strongly recommend her as a doula and prenatal yoga teacher- she’s highly professional and her expertise is balanced with compassion and support. She’s a natural caregiver and helped us avoid a c-section and find inner strength we didn’t know we had.”
“Your support was so incredibly helpful – both in preparing us for what was coming, educating us in a way that my OB didn’t, and helping to keep me out of the hospital for most of my labor! I would have been at UCLA on petocin and an epidural from 5am that Sunday morning until the baby came. Also – your knowledge of what was going on with my body during labor was super helpful and very calming. I felt safe.”
“Keya was my doula for the delivery of my first child. Having a positive and ideally natural hospital birth was very important to me and so we decided we needed a doula to be there with us through the process. We could not be more happy with Keya or more willing to recommend her services. With Keya I was able to deliver my son naturally. She helped make it possible for me to labor 24 hrs in the comfort of my own home. After we went to the hospital he was born just 3 hours later. Keya provides comforting and powerful support throughout the birth process. She helped us create an informed birth plan and prepare for labor and delivery. She is very knowledgeable and has all kinds of great tricks up her sleeve to help during labor. She helped me stay calm and grounded, made sure I stayed hydrated, and as comfortable as possible. My husband also loved her. She was there so he could rest when needed but also made sure he was always included and able to help support me. Keya also provided great postpartum support for our family. It did not stop after our baby was born and her insights and experience were very helpful and appreciated. I also cannot recommend her pregnancy yoga classes enough. I started the classes early and went throughout my pregnancy. I always felt great after class. Keya would find out our discomforts and specifically focus on those areas during class. I feel that regularly attending her yoga helped me stay more comfortable and healthy during my pregnancy and labor. Once at the hospital my baby was born pretty fast. The doctors and nurses were amazed and I believe it was all that pelvic floor work, breathing and yoga strength from her class. If we have another child I would definitely be back in her prenatal yoga and be using her doula services again”.
“Keya is a great doula! Thorough, patient and a good balance between professional and warm, empowering and advisory. She explained things in a rational way and always showed up just a minute or two early. She was a skilled advocate for me at the hospital. She was kind, composed and assertive when making requests and communicating my needs. I appreciated that I could also go to her yoga classes and have a more holistic relationship. After the birth, she visited me bearing lactation cookies and juice. She visited again a couple of weeks later to teach me and my husband infant massage. It was generous and we are grateful to have met her.”
“It was so wonderful being there, Keya! Such great energy and inspiring group! Looking forward to the next ones!”
“I attended Keya’s pre-natal yoga classes once a week for almost my entire pregnancy. She has such a great energy and I would have gone everyday if I could. I credit her classes with putting me in the right mind space to give birth and to help me work through all my anxieties. Plus, as my mobility decreased in trimester three, and everything started to hurt, I felt so much better after each class. After a lot of discussion, my husband and I decided against a doula, but for anyone looking for one, I think Keya would be the perfect choice.”
What if you played this soundtrack every day as you cuddled with the baby feeling peaceful and joyful? Do you think the baby would remember these sounds, and feelings of joy if you played the same soundtrack during your labor and delivery?
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