Pre & Postnatal Teacher Training, 21 - 31 March Cape Town


Hosted by Andrea White at Academy of Yoga Cape Town


Course Overview

Yoga Teacher Training for Pregnancy & Postnatal (including mother and baby yoga)


To empower students to teach classes that arePractical, safe, holistic, grounded, empowering, graceful, energising, uplifting, informative, non-judgemental and
supportive and nurturing.
To provide a safe holistic and appropriate application of yoga practices in pregnancy and postnatal.
Understand yoga philosophy, traditional yoga teachings and cultural views in context of pregnancy, birth and postnatal. Re-evaluating these approaches if needed to ensure physical, energetic and spiritual awareness both mother and baby.
To empower students to draw on their own knowledge of yoga, understand their own authentic
voice and style in teaching pre and postnatal yoga, to ensure that they always teach from a place
of truth, love and compassion.


● at least 200hr yoga foundation training, or equivalent experience and training or currently training
in an approved yoga teacher training programme.
● Alternatively- a professional qualification in the field of pregnancy, postnatal i.e. midwife, Doula,
women’s physiotherapist, etc. along with an established yoga practice.

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About Your Host

Andrea White is a British trained Yoga therapist, massage therapist and Women's wellbeing mentor. 

She has been teaching women for 10 years, through her career, she noticed that some practices were not suitable for her own body and for some women in her classes at different times of her life or cycle, other were amazing beneficial to her and others menstrual cycle, wellbeing and vitality. 
'I feel my yoga classes and teachings fill in the gaps that many teachers don’t talk about'

She now teaches and trains, Well woman yoga, Pregnancy yoga, postnatal yoga and menstrual cycle awareness/ cycle awareness, assisting women in their journey's of menstruation, fertility, pregnancy, postnatal, and menopause. 

Her main role is to hold circles of women, to share her passion for nurturing women into self-acceptance and raise the feminine energy. Connecting women together for their own healing and healing of our ancestors, and daughters to come.