Postnatal Teacher Training This Weekend!

Are you interested in working with women who have just had a baby?  Are you interested in learning how to help parents and babies have fun together, stay healthy and find a supportive community?  Then join Carol Collins this weekend to learn about women’s issues post-natally and how parents can help babies sleep better, digest better and how parents can find some fun and movement in their new life with a baby through massage, yoga and play.

Here are some comments of people who have taken this training in the past:

I took this training because I loved kids and had lots of family members and friends who were starting to have babies.  I began by teaching them how to play/interact/have fun with their babies (especially the dads).  After that, I began teaching regular baby and me classes, starting with small ones (just a few parent/baby pairs) and now much larger ones (sometimes as many as 15-20 parent/baby pairs).  I’ve loved working with the babies so much that I’ve since gone on to become a Certified Itsy Bitsy Yoga facilitator, and I now teach those classes too.  Less than a year ago, I had my own baby girl, and I’ve had lots of fun doing baby and me poses with her at home.  Carol’s training has been invaluable for me both personally and professionally, and I highly recommend it. – Susanna Montezemolo

Here’s a picture of Susanna and Reggie when she was 10 weeks old in Carol’s Baby and Me Class!





I loved your postnatal training and especially the chance to learn more about women’s experiences post-birth and about how yoga can strengthen the mother and baby bond.  My application of the skills has been personal so far . . . One of my greatest delights in the last year (and ever) has been my nephew Finnegan, born last September. Your training helped me understand my sister Serena’s postnatal experiences, Finnegan’s needs, and how to create a class for them together.  I took these photos of them practicing in their Brooklyn apartment! – Marissa Jones 



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