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  • in reply to: Opening Circle #9756
    Bettina Rae
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    I have made the decision to host the forum for this training over in my OYC slack community. I believe this is a more practical way for us to chat.

    Click the link below to join.

    https://join.slack.com/t/onlineyogacircle/shared_invite/zt-uvz13b1d-Z5ertliD_ulS2lyWBLdxDg

    Navigate to the #teaching-fertility-yoga channel

    in reply to: Week 1 The Four Trimesters #9306
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    This is a perfect explanation to begin your class Kate. 🙂

    in reply to: Module 2 #8082
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    I love this Robin. Forgiveness and self love is something my fertility clients often struggle with.

    in reply to: Module 3 #8039
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    LOVE that you use oracle cards to set your intention!

    in reply to: Module 2 #8038
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    Love all of these intentions. Thank you for sharing ladies. Yes Lisa you can do restorative yoga during all phases, the only thing you might avoid is belly compression during relevant stages.

    in reply to: Module 1 #8037
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    Yes! Circle of joy is also a lovely prenatal practise. 🙂

    in reply to: Module 1 #7995
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    Yes it is currently individual manuals for each module. I plan to eventually put it altogether in one download for you but I’m not there yet. Glad you’re enjoying the course. x

    in reply to: Module 3 #7994
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    Lisa, This would be a lovely yin class. I’d love to know what you plan to do once your students are settled in these asana. 8-10 minutes can feel like a long time. Do you talk them through a visualisation? Offer gentle assists? Meditations? Etc.

    in reply to: Module 1 #7976
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    Kaitlin – SO good to hear this is resonating with you so much. x

    Martina, I think deep slow belling breathing is appropriate for all stages as it helps to slow the nervous system down. I guess I would just emphasise that it’s a full breath not a straining breath. It should feel easeful.

    in reply to: Opening Circle #7933
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    Kaity, I’m so glad you’re here as well and I know you feel my pain as you listen. Sending you so much love and take as much time as you need to process.

    Lisa, Having had PCOS you’ll have so much to share on how to create a healthy cycle with your students. So glad you’re here. x

    in reply to: Week 2 – Pregnancy and Postpartum Conditions #7873
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    Your final assessment is the only one that is compulsory to receive your completion certificate. All of the other activities are designed to help you in your learning. 🙂

    in reply to: Opening Circle Sharing #7872
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    So happy to have you here Elaine. I’m looking forward to seeing how this influences your work in the pool.

    in reply to: Week 3 – Yoga for birth #7804
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    I love this Anna. Weaving into your regular classes is such a great way to share with those who aren’t quite ready to commit to a birth workshop or class.

    in reply to: Week 3 – Yoga for birth #7803
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    This is wonderful Kaitlin.

    I especially love that you’re feeling confident to run a circle at the end for discussion. It’s not always the easiest part (especially if they’re not keen on talking – you’ll have to!) but it’s so valuable.

    in reply to: Week 3 – Yoga for birth #7769
    Bettina Rae
    Keymaster

    Hi Anna, It would be great for you to share some of your answers for Activity 4 here.

    As for remembering during birth. It really is about practice. The more you do, the more likely you are to remember during the rush of birth. Although some people use other things to remind them. Eg. Visual reminders (making a little alter of things to remind them), affirmation cards etc. Some women use music during pregnancy and bring the same music into birth as a subconscious cue to relax. Getting your partner to have enough knowledge to cue these things is also great. Or hiring a doula or midwife who can be that person for oyu.

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