After you’ve completed your 85 hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training you may still feel insecure about attending to all your student’s needs and keeping the class safe and flowing. You may feel overwhelmed heading class on your own and without receiving constructive feedback and support that will help you continue to grow as a teacher.
At Prenatal Yoga Center there are two options to continue your studies. In both these paths, you’ll have direct access to your mentor s we work to hone your skills and confidence as a prenatal and postnatal yoga teacher. Together we will work to help you continue to carve out your niche in your community as the go-to prenatal yoga expert and fill your classes.
While Caprice and I are here to offer you supportive guidance and feedback, we will also push you to take your prenatal yoga teaching even deeper to find mastery. In both programs, you will be teaching and getting direct feedback which can make you more cognizant of areas you can improve upon.
Power Group members will enjoy all the benefits of the one on one mentorship as well as the support of a study group with similar goals as a teacher.
Power Groups are limited to 4 participants. We will meet twice a month for a two-hour meeting. During the 2 hour meeting, each group member will receive a dedicated 30 minutes to discuss whatever it is they would like to work on.
This option allows you to learn from the other members of your group and listen to their questions and teaching feedback.
Deb and Caprice alternate as mentors.
I am a prenatal yoga teacher, Lamaze childbirth educator, labor suppport doula and self proclaimed “birth and anatomy geek”.
My curiosity and desire to continuously learn about pregnancy, birth, yoga and parenthood have led to my most recent undertaking the podcast, Yoga| Birth | Babies. Giving me the pleasure of speaking with and learning from some of the yoga and birth world’s most influential and respected speakers, Cyndi Lee, Tara Stiles, Penny Simkin, Gail Tully, Pam England, Dr. Sarah Buckley, Rebecca Dekker, Dr. Neel Shah and many more.
Drawing on my experience as a prenatal yoga teacher, labor support doula, childbirth educator and mother, I support the pregnant person with functional yoga asana to create a functional birth and ease into parenthood feeling empowered and honored on this sacred journey of birth and beyond.
For the past 12 years I have had the honor of training hundreds of new prenatal yoga teacher as they started on their journey to supporting new and expectant parents.
I look forward to working with you as you continue to enhance your teaching skills and help you find your best voice as a teacher and leader in your community.
Born and raised in Phoenix, AZ, Caprice moved to Seattle, WA to attend Cornish College of the Arts for Dance. After sustaining a disc injury in 2006, Caprice was pointed towards the Seattle yoga community and forever changed. She received her 200-Hour Certification with Catherine Munro of YogaWorks (Seattle) in 2008 and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance from Cornish. She is a proud graduate of the Prenatal Yoga Center’s Teacher Training program. Studying prenatal yoga has given her the utmost respect for women’s bodies and she is thrilled to be a part of the power, strength and voice found in motherhood. Caprice is a DONA-trained Birth Doula and is honored to support women through birth.
Caprice is thrilled to join PYC’s faculty for Teacher Training. As a graduate of the program herself, she looks forward to sharing the knowledge that transformed her teaching practice and launched her into the birth community.