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MARCH 3 - 20 2022


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Pregnancy... a time of amazing intensity and massive adjustment. People going through this need teachers who can confidently speak to their needs and provide a place to find comfort, ease and support. We as a culture are waking up to the importance of pre and postnatal health and we are thrilled to be part of the conversation.

This is a training that honors a woman’s many phases and stages throughout her life, especially the awesome rite of passage through pregnancy and birth. Our prenatal YTT fuses scientific knowledge of safe practices, as well as blending movements that can be dynamic, meditative and nurturing. We offer a holistic approach with a spiritual thread for a layered learning experience.

Our Spring 2021 PYTT Crew!



Led by Jessica Fawcett E-RYT 200, RPYT, Certified Birth and Postpartum Doula, ​as well as an array of working birth professionals. Students can expect to gain a deeper understanding of the prenatal body, how to develop classes that will speak to the needs of a prenatal student, as well as study up to date research and methods within the birth work field that will allow you to become a teacher who can guide with confidence.  

We believe the role of a well educated and passionate Prenatal yoga teacher can make a large impact on the overall health, and wellness of our communities.


Curriculum for this  85hour Virtual Prenatal training: 

  • Understanding the Yoga Teacher’s relationship with healthcare professionals

  • Medical providers and their role within birth

  • Physiological Changes During Pregnancy: Week by week of pregnancy

  • Understanding of physiological considerations during pregnancy and how to differentiate between high-risk and non-high-risk pregnancy

  • Common physical pregnancy ailments/discomforts/injuries

  • Structure of a Prenatal Yoga Class

  • Contraindications for Each Trimester

  • Modifications & Beneficial Poses for Each Trimester

  • Cuing asana for prenatal yoga

  • Adjustments in prenatal yoga

  • Pranayama for Pregnancy

  • Anatomy & Physiology for the pre and post natal body

  • Nutrition for Pre and Post Natal body

  • Subtle Body Anatomy of the Pregnant Person

  • Yoga techniques specialized to the needs of the pregnant woman throughout the different stages of pregnancy

  • Education on labor and the birth process

  • Traditional yoga philosophy as it may apply to lifestyle and wellbeing during pregnancy

  • Practicum - Observing and Teaching

  • and much more!


YogaKoh’s Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training continues to meet industry standards allowing you to become a registered prenatal yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance and offering an incredible curriculum.




This 85hr Online Prenatal Training will be taught all virtually through LIVE classes and Lectures, with an active discussion board and a certain amount of required independent study.

Taught over the course of 3 weeks in March.  We will meet Thursday - Sunday. Each session will last for approximately 6 hrs with breaks built in between classes and lectures.

Between LIVE sessions there will be assigned readings / assignments and independent study required.

There will also be a group discussion where you will have access to your teachers and fellow students to ask questions, and continue conversations,
a book list and manual that will be used throughout the course. We work toward a written and final practicum for completion of the course. 


Requirements to receive the certification:

  • A 200hr yoga teacher certification

  • Opening ceremony attendance

  • Viewing of all classes and lectures.

  • Attending a minimum of two LIVE days a week, (all session must be viewed, so will need to watch the recording of any missed sessions)

  • Completion of all assignments, readings, and manual work

  • Presentation of the final practicum ​

  • Final test 

  • Purchase the required reading:​

    • Bountiful, Beautiful, Blissful - Gurmukh

    • Preparing for Birth with Yoga - Janet Balaskas

    • Yoga Mama - Linda Sparrows

    • Iyengar Yoga for Motherhood - Keller Khattab



March 3 - 20, 2021

Thursday - Sunday and Independent study


All sessions will run from:

12pm - 6pm MST 


  • Week 1:

    • MARCH 3,4,5,6

  • Week 2:

    • MARCH 10,11,12,13

  • Week 3:

    • MARCH 17,18,19,20

  • OCTOBER 17- Final Exam

  • OCTOBER 18 + 19 - FINAL Practicum

  • OCTOBER 20 - Final Session

** If you are unable to make these LIVE

sessions due to timezone differences please email us here **


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For already certified yoga teachers or practitioners dedicated to a higher standard of learning and are looking to deepen their knowledge.

  • Are you looking to understand more about the pregnant body?

  • Are you curious to learn the best techniques to safely instruct and inform a pregnant body through all stages?

  • Are you interested in experiencing how to strengthen the pelvic floor?

  • Are you feeling as though you would love to incorporate prenatal classes into your teaching schedule?

  • Are you or someone you know pregnant and would love to keep up with a safe and informed practice throughout the pregnancy?

  • Are you hoping to become a certified prenatal yoga teacher?

  • Are you interested in learning from specialists in the field?

  • Are you interested in learning more from a doula's perspective?


If the answer was ‘YES’ to at least one of these questions,

this training is for you!!



* all inclusive of course content and certification

* all major credit cards are accepted

* to enquire about a different payment method email us here

* YogaKoh grads will receive a 10% discount



YogaKoh offers a few partial scholarship opportunities to people who plan to attend this program. A certain number of scholarships are reserved for interested members of the BIPOC community. Other scholarship awards are for candidates who have a financial need as well as individuals who will help bring diversity into the Teacher Training program. 


We believe a yoga koh-mmunity that is reflective and inclusive of our global family is the way forward. 


All scholarship requests must be received by Feb 1st, 2022


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I am a certified birth and postpartum doula as well as a prenatal and Vinyasa yoga teacher. Supporting women and their families through pregnancy, birth, and postpartum is a passion I hold near to my heart. With an extensive background in yoga I bring wisdom about the physical workings of the body to the laboring mother’s experience.


It is my firm belief that women deserve to feel empowered, safe, and supported by all those involved in their journey through pregnancy and as new mothers. It is through my work as a doula that I am able to provide knowledge, physical and emotional support, as well as coaching through the most intense parts of birth. I also enjoy ensuring the family as a whole is supported during labor, encouraging partners to be as much a part of the process of supporting the birthing mother and bringing new life into the world as possible.

It is through my personal experience of birth that I recognize the power and wisdom each person holds within themselves. During labor and through my prenatal yoga classes, I guide women in tapping into their own unique strengths to carry them through their pregnancy and birth with grace. Additionally, I am skilled at supporting pregnant women in the physical challenges and discomforts that can arise in pregnancy; offering a yoga practice that can help alleviate the physical, emotional, and energetic shifts that are inherent in being pregnant.

I also work one on one with children experiencing physical disabilities, facilitating them in tapping into their own strengths and limitless possibility through yoga.

I live in the mountains of Boulder with my husband, son, and two dogs. I enjoy yoga, rock climbing, running, and spending time outdoors.

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