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Circle Yoga Kids Teacher Training

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Dates
Friday 10/14/2022 3:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Saturday 10/15/2022 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday 10/16/2022 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Pricing
$595.00 Circle Yoga Kids Teacher Training - Oct 2022


The co-op member fee for this training is $575. Not a member? Learn more and join today.

Do you think you might enjoy teaching yoga to children? Or do you think your child might benefit from learning to relax through the non-competitive practice of yoga? This hybrid training is intended for school teachers, parents, yoga teachers, therapists, or anyone interested in learning how to enrich children's lives with yoga practice. Some yoga experience required.

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If you plan to attend in person, full vaccination is required for all students (boosters are required for ages 16 and up), and masks are optional once you're on your mat.

Partial scholarships are available. Learn more and apply now.



Linda Feldman

Linda Feldman, E-RYT, RCYT, YACEP, teaches adults, kids, teens and families. With all of her students she emphasizes the mindfulness aspects of the practice. With adults, Linda focuses on alignment and holding poses in order to build strength, flexibility and awareness. When teaching children, Linda teaches fun, age appropriate yoga that allows kids to develop healthy and peaceful minds and bodies.

Through her yoga, Linda strives to inspire well being and fun in all of her students. She works to encourage students' respect for themselves, their capabilities and limitations, and those of others as well. Linda began her own practice in the early 1990's in Chicago and has continued to study in NYC and DC. She has been teaching in DC since 2002.

What to expect in class
In Linda's adult classes you can expect to focus on pose alignment to help avoid injury, props to help all students engage in every pose and the opportunity to tone and strengthen. Questions and comments are always encouraged, but there's little philosophy discussion in her level 1 and 1-2 classes. Each class ends with a relaxation pose so that students will leave Linda's classes rejuvenated, challenged and relaxed.