• 10/09/2016 - 12/03/2017
    10:00 am - 5:00 am

Pregnancy Teacher Training Module Led by Jenny Beeken and Bridget Whitehead

The aims of this course are for teachers to gain a good grounding and confident understanding of the anatomy and physiology of pregnancy, labour and childbirth. You will learn abut any problems that are likely to be apparent in individual cases during this time. We will study how yoga postures, pranayama, meditation, mudras and chanting can help to support mothers before conception and through the nine months up to and during labour and birth.

Throughout the course we will discuss the individual needs of mother and baby at this important time in their life. Attention will be given to the feeling of the spirit of the foetus from the deep inner yoga philosophy point of view and how to use discussion of and meditation on the spirit, to help the mother and baby to connect as the baby grows inside.

Jenny Beeken

Jenny Beeken IYT co-founder and course principal and author of ‘Your Yoga Birthguide’.



Bridget Whitehead

Bridget Whitehead, IYT 500 Course Tutor


Course Dates:

  • 10-11 September 2016 held in Milland Memorial Hall, GU30 7NA
  • 8-9 October 2016 held in Elsted Village Hall, GU29 0JY
  • 11-12 March 2017 held in Elsted Village Hall, GU29 0JY

Course Times:

  • Saturday 10.00 – 5.00 pm
  • Sunday 10.00 – 4.00 pm

Course Fees:

  • IYT Members – £480 (£430 if paid in advance or a £80 deposit and 8 monthly payments of £50)
  • Non-members – £500 (£450 if paid in advance or £80 deposit and 8 monthly payments of £52.50)

If you would like more information about the course please contact Bridget Whitehead on bridgethappy@hotmail.com.

To book a place and pay online, please complete the following registration form and select Submit. This takes you to a Confirmation Page where you can make changes to your booking before proceeding to the payment option. Payment is taken through PayPal where you can pay using a debit or credit card or, if you already have one, your PayPal account.

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