Class Schedule/Worshops

Class Schedule

Prenatal Yoga

Mondays: 5:30-6:30 pm the mama’hood

Thursdays: 6:00-7:15 pm the mama’hood

Family Friendly Yoga

Toddler and Me Yoga (crawling-age 5): Fridays: 10:15-11:00 the mama’hood


Postnatal YTT September 2017

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85-Hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training

Sara Guenther, Lead Trainer, MS, E-RYT-200, RPYT


Guest Presenters
*Amanda Ogden
*Lynn Schulte Leech
*Sarah Wolfgram
*Full list of guest presenters will be announced soon

PENDING Yoga Alliance approval as an 85 hour prenatal yoga teacher training through the mama‘hood yoga school

A comprehensive prenatal yoga training that includes modules on “All Levels Prenatal Yoga,” “Level 2/Prenatal Vinyasa,” “Restorative Prenatal,” “Partner Prenatal,” and the most progressive, holistic information you will find regarding perineal health.

This training is intended for yoga teachers, pregnant mamas, women intending to become pregnant, childbirth educators, doulas, midwives, nurses, mental health practioners, and anyone who is interested in deepening their understanding of and/or teaching prenatal yoga.

During our time together we will learn, deepen our connection with the divine mother, awaken to ourselves as a sacred, beautiful, powerful woman, and dive into the abundant world of prenatal yoga. The journey we will embody together is guaranteed to be transformational, educational, and deeply soul-filling.

During the training you will acquire the following skills and knowledge:

-Understanding and embodiment of the benefits of a prenatal yoga practice in addition to what practices are typically safe during pregnancy and which practices to avoid
-Knowledge of how to modify a prenatal yoga practice for each trimester and an understanding of how yoga can serve women during each trimester
-Knowledge of alignment-based practices and how to incorporate them into all levels prenatal yoga and prenatal level 2/prenatal vinyasa classes
-Ability to sequence both all levels prenatal yoga and level 2/prenatal vinyasa classes and to incorporate components of restorative prenatal and partner prenatal into classes
-Understanding of prenatal endurance based exercises designed to assist students in tapping into their physical strength as well as their mental, emotional, and spiritual capacities
-Exposure to a diverse lineage of meditations and learn the benefits of meditation during pregnancy, labor/delivery, and early postpartum
-Learn safe pranayama exercises during pregnancy and what to avoid
-Familiarity with how to set up a yoga space in a way that fosters community and creates a safe container for students to share from their heart.
-Ability to hold space and support students during check ins/class discussion
-Knowledge of perineal health and how the practice of yoga facilitates a healthy pelvic floor during pregnancy and with postpartum recovery
-Understanding of the differences between a hypertonic pelvic floor as well as a hypotonic pelvic floor and breathing exercises and asanas specifically tailored to each condition
-Knowledge of the anatomy of the abdominal muscles, what diastasis recti is, how to minimize diastasis recti during pregnancy, and safe transverse abdominal exercises to teach during pregnancy
-Education regarding how yoga can assist with optimal fetal positioning as well as modifications to make for breech presentation as well as a posterior position
-Knowledge regarding the typical anatomy and physiology during pregnancy and birth
-Understanding of the stages of labor and different pain coping strategies including how the practice of yoga can assist women in coping with intense sensations during labor
-Knowledge of adequate nutrition during pregnancy to support both the optimal development of baby and the expansive growth of the pregnant woman
-Familiarity with the midwifery model of care versus the medical model of care
-Understanding of perinatal mood disorders, signs and symptoms, treatment options, and scope of practice as a yoga teacher
-Comprehensive exploration of an an anthropological approach to breastfeeding
-Exploration on how to create a thriving prenatal yoga business
-Class observations and practice developing and refining your teaching skills


October 6-8, November 3-5, and December 1-3
Fridays 5:00-8:00
Saturdays 9:00-6:00
Sundays 9:00-6:00


$1,600 /early bird rate of $1,400 if registered by September 6th
$250 non-refundable deposit (which will be applied to the cost of tuition) to hold your space


Payment plans are available. Please email Allie at for more information regarding payment plans.


Additional Yoga Alliance Requirements
In addition to the contact hours received during the training, additional requirements are in place in order to register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT). Following the training, trainees are also required to complete 20 hours of elective material (will be discussed in detail during the training), teach 30 hours of prenatal yoga classes, and have completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training with a Registered Yoga School.


Toddler Yoga Immersion with Sara Guenther, MS, E-RYT-200, RPYT

Toddler Yoga Immersion

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Class Descriptions

Prenatal Yoga:  A comprehensive Prenatal Yoga class focused on preparing women physically, mentally and emotionally for the natural process of childbirth and motherhood. This class will increase strength, stamina, flexibility, breath and body awareness, while reducing fatigue and improving relaxation.

Baby and Me: This is an excellent class for mommy’s to bond with their baby while meeting and developing a community with other moms.  Each class is designed to introduce baby to yoga while simultaneously stretching, strengthening, and calming mom’s body.  Yoga poses for baby are designed to improve sleep, digestion and tummy troubles, reduce fussiness, strengthen their immune system, aid in overall development, and improve communication between mom and baby.  Mom’s also have the opportunity to practice yoga poses and breathing exercises designed specifically to aid in post-partum healing.  This is an interactive class where mom’s are welcome to ask questions and share their experiences in a safe, supportive environment.  No yoga experience is required and babies ages 6 weeks to pre-walking are welcome.

Toddler and Me Yoga:  This class provides an excellent space for the entire family to bond and connect while simultaneously stretching, strengthening, and relaxing your body.   Each class will include movement/asana, songs, games, and time to slow down and rest.  By practicing yoga with your toddler(s) you are setting a foundation for and investing in their health and wellness.  Yoga helps build strength, balance, and concentration while simultaneously stimulating their senses, providing social interaction, enhancing their self-esteem, and improving communication and stress management skills.  This class is tailored for crawlers to age four.  Parents/caregivers practice together with their toddler(s).

Kids Yoga:  This class is designed for kids ages 4-10.  Each class will include yoga postures, songs, games, breathing exercises, and space to be quiet, calm, and peaceful.  In addition to building strength, balance, and flexibility, kids will naturally develop more inner body awareness and will enjoy having a space to creatively express themselves through movement, breath, and intention.  Invest in your child’s life by introducing them to the practice of yoga.

Family Yoga: Family yoga provides an excellent space for the entire family to bond and connect while simultaneously stretching, strengthening, and relaxing your body.  Through the practice of yoga, kids will naturally develop more inner body awareness and will enjoy having a space to creatively express themselves through movement, breath, and intention.  Families will leave with tools to continue the yogic journey off of their mats including songs, games, affirmations in motions (sun salutation chants), new poses to practice at home, and resting/savasana exercises.  Share the practice of yoga with your child in a fun, playful space and observe how your entire family grows and evolves.  Parents/caregivers will practice alongside their kids.  No yoga experience is necessary.