Kids Yoga Teacher Training

After completing the 300-hour YTT, we provide a 100-hour KYTT curriculum geared for children aged 5-13 to teach yoga.
Teaching yoga to children is a very different ball game, with its own set of problems. Factors such as age group diversity, short attention spans, lack of seriousness about the subject, and so on must be ingeniously addressed in order to convey the substance of the practice to these young brains.

Our Kids YTT program equips future teachers with the tools to understand and cater to each child's individual needs, allowing them to enjoy the process and build a bright future.

Course Duration & Schedule

Hathavidya has a series of five children's yoga books produced under our own in-house imprint, 'Thapobhoomi".

These are:
1. Drops.
2. blossom.
3. In the Mould.
4. Progress.
5. Metamorphosis

The books listed above have been properly leveled so that children can begin at the lowest level and gradually progress to the highest level. Each book is written in the style of a novel with a primary character, which keeps the kid engaged in not only the asana and pranayama process, but also in learning numerous yogic principles in an engaging and enjoyable way

Course Features

1. Yoga Alliance International is accredited.
2. Total duration: 3 months, split across 12 weekends.
3. Course materials are provided, including our children's series books, notebook, pen, and uniform.
4. Access to seminars performed during the course.
5. Special Retreat Offer
6. Free membership to our quarterly e-magazine.
7. Placement opportunity in all our centers across the world (conditions apply).
Overview of the course curriculum: 1. Step-by-step line drawings are used to teach youngsters specific asanas. This engaging approach helps them remember the asanas.

Suitability and Considerations for this Course

Theory lessons discussing how and why educating kids is different than teaching adults, and the key topics to be recalled while bearing in mind their growing bodies and brains. 3. Fun conceptual games that engage children, improve their focus and concentration, and widen their thinking. 4. Use the Sanskrit names of the asanas and their meanings to create fantasy or historical stories that are relatable to children. Thus, the KYTT course is designed for people who wish to help teach this timeless subject to children and want to learn an accurate and safe method of doing so. This will not only help the children's general growth, but will also prepare them to be responsible all-around adults.