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Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training with Catherine Weston


Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training Course with East of Eden

Created by Catherine Weston and Rebecca Root

Through 85 hours of study, gain a comprehensive background in prenatal yoga, learning the tools and techniques required to deliver safe and effective classes. With lots of practical teaching time, learn how to create sequences that support mothers to be throughout their prenatal journey and beyond, both physically and emotionally, with adaptations to postures that guide them through each trimester mindfully.This course will give you a good understanding of the physical and biological changes in prenatal bodies and awareness of postnatal bodies.


You will be shown how to implement best practices in prenatal yoga, provide new mums with knowledge and tools to ease fatigue and cope with the emotional highs and lows brought on by pregnancy.


Course dates and details


85 hours study including off site class observations and assignments, accredited to Yoga Alliance


Flexible start and finish times for minimal disruption to your daily schedule. Pre requisite 200 hours TT


Saturday 5th - 1pm-6pm

Sunday 6th 10am -4pm

Monday 7th 9am-4.30pm

Tuesday 8th 12 noon-5.30pm

Weds 9th 9am-4pm

Sunday 13th 9am-5pm

Monday 14th 9am-4.30pm

Tuesday 15th 12 noon -5.30pm

Wednesday 16th 9am-4.30pm

Thursday 17th 9am-4.30pm

Saturday 19th 1pm-6pm

Sunday 20th 9am-1pm


76 hours on site & 9 hours assignments



Course content & Expectations -

Expect to leave this course with -


Comprehensive background in prenatal yoga

Thorough understanding of trimesters one - four

Create safe, practical classes with a class structure guideline

Lots of practical teaching time

Physical and biological changes through pregnancy, labour and birth

Pelvic floor maintenance

Effective breathing techniques through pregnancy, labour and birth

How yoga philosophy relates to pregnancy

How to integrate prenatal and postnatal students into open level classes

Prenatal yoga business


Investment - £895


Course reviews

I highly recommend Catherine's Prenatal TT to anyone considering the course. Being pregnant at the time myself, I learned so much about the changes happening to my body and appropriate modifications to make. The training was very holistic, and went beyond just the physical poses and adjustments. I found the pranayama particularly interesting and very helpful. Prenatal training is quite technical regarding the anatomy and physiology, however, it was never overwhelming as it was delivered in manageable chunks and we immediately put into practice what we had learnt. Catherine is very authentic in her approach to teaching and she is clearly passionate about the course content.
Carol Ann

I attended a prenatal YTT with Catherine a year ago. I found the course to be incredibly insightful and informative, and her teaching presence very nurturing and encouraging.
You can tell that a lot of thought and care has gone into the structure, planning and preparation of the programme, whilst also leaving time for our complicated and sometimes simple questions, that were always answered fully with patience and understanding. As someone who struggled with the more academic side of things, I felt confidently held by Catherine, who ensured that everyone’s different ability levels and learning styles were supported, which to me, is one of the most important attributes to look for in an educator.There was A LOT of fascinating information packed into the prenatal course, and it’s a credit to Catherine’s supportive nature and unmatched experience that I feel confident in the knowledge and skills gained to deliver my own top quality pregnancy classes to students.
This is my 3rd YTT to date (and my first course with Catherine) and I can honestly say that the knowledge learned in those 9 days has had a far more profound impact on my teaching style than the previous two- all of my classes have benefitted from the course not just when teaching, but also in improved planning techniques, and crucially how I viewed myself as a teacher.…….Sian