Prenatal Kriya Yoga
a Soul's Rite of Passage
and Preparing for Motherhood.
Taught by Swami Nibhrtananda
Welcome & Namaste!
As a yoga teacher, doula or mid-wife, studying in the
will bring fresh insights to the ancient practice of Yoga. Insights that come from a woman, mother and swami in the Kriya Lineage, Camella Nair. Kriya is a conscious, volitional, engaged spiritual action that is based upon self-discipline and self-study. This prenatal teacher training course brings in all of those elements and more. It is of huge benefit to the teacher, and subsequently, her students.
Prenatal Kriya Yoga
Home Study Course
As well as prenatal yoga poses,
the course covers:
Anatomy and Physiology
Theory and Philosophy
Typical Prenatal Discussions
Become more than just a prenatal yoga teacher, and take your teaching, personal practice and self-development to new heights.
"Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting,
The soul that rises with us our life's start
has had elsewhere its setting
And cometh from afar
Not in entire forgetfulness
And not in utter nakedness
But trailing clouds of glory do we
come from God who is our home."
Excerpts of "Prenatal Kriya Yoga" have been presented at:
Patricia Farrell Stansky
Yoga and Prenatal Yoga Teacher, and Birthing Doula, says it beautifully:
"Camella presents a unique opportunity to practice the Yoga teachings as she reaches out to women at their most vulnerable time. This is wise advice from years of experience that carries over even after the birthing experience. Camella, a nurturing foremother, offers precepts to guide women through life's most challenging moments, sensitive to the woman's need for comfort and reassurance. Yoga can offer a gentle caring awareness of the pregnant woman's emerging motherhood, her changing body and its potential suppleness. A woman can gain a measure of control and confidence as well as quiet mindedness which is needed when so much is changing. This embrace of life draws one further inside to find the ultimate Source, which is the goal of Yoga. Camella encourages the woman to trust in the creative process of life. the most important thing you can teach a woman is to trust herself to listen to the inner voice. The world is waiting for that."