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Radiant Child Yoga Teacher Training w/Lisa Danahy (Arlington)

  • Sun & Moon Yoga – Arlington 3811 Lee Highway Arlington (map)

About this training:
This foundational course prepares you to start teaching yoga to children right away. Learn tools for children and tools for you, including techniques to calm, center, and empower, skills for deep listening & enhanced communication, and strategies for healthier, happier living.

Who would benefit from taking this training:
Ideal for teachers, therapists, parents, caregivers, and everyone who wishes to rediscover the child within and share the benefits of yoga with children. Prior yoga experience is NOT necessary!

Topics include:

  • yoga for infants to teens;

  • yoga stories, games, songs;

  • practical tools for focus and calm;

  • yoga for autism and ADHD;

  • mindfulness and breath practice;

  • deep listening techniques;

  • and class management and centering.

Lisa is a Radiant Child yoga facilitator, mentor and 200-hour instructor. She conducts children’s yoga trainings around the country, including co-teaching workshops and co-authoring publications with RCY founder Shakta Khalsa. She has over 20 years of experience as a former school administrator, educator, certified trainer and yoga instructor. Lisa’s work as an educator and trainer is supported by a BA in Psychology as well as specialized training in Kripalu Yoga in Schools. As a published author on yoga and mindful-ness for NAEYC, an approved Trainer for DCOSSE, a Yoga Alliance Certified Education Provider and member of the International Board of Certified Trainers, Lisa is committed to building strong healthy communities through yoga and mindfulness education.

Hours for this training:
Friday Nov 15 through Sunday Nov 17, 8:30a to 6:30p
(sorry, no partial registrations available)

$725 early-bird price through Oct 1
$795 after Oct 1
$100 discount per registration for groups of three or more registering together (discount does not apply if, after registering, a refund or credit is granted to a member of the group that decreases the group to fewer than three)