Advanced Teaching Practices and Curriculum Development
This final level of the LFY certification training offers you the tools you need to effectively create curricula and teach from your own authentic presence.
With lots of time for practice teaching, feedback, and questions, we look at how to develop lessons and different ways of teaching based on your personal practice. We also address the specific challenges of working with teens and students with special needs.
Through lecture, discussion, group work and practice you will learn:
- Stages of youth development through the teen years
- Restorative yoga practices for children and teens
- Advanced curriculum development
- How to teach from your personal practice
- Introduction to yoga for children with special needs
- How to work with parents and caregivers
Enrollment in the LFY Level 3 training includes an online course, consisting of three webinars (2 hours each) from Occupational Therapist and Yoga Teacher Allison Morgan.
To access your course content, log in to the Learning Resource Center of the LFY website after you register (Click My Account in the upper right corner). You’ll find the information in “Your Certification Pathway” under Level Three.
The LFY program continues to enhance my process in learning ways to effectively and compassionately bring yoga to the lives of children. I am grateful for the knowledge and information that has led to an evolutionary process not just as a yoga instructor but as an individual. We allow ourselves the internal experience of integration and growth which leads to helping others heal. Thank you for providing a program that supports growth on many levels!
What Do You Need to
This Level 3 training is only open to those who have taken the Level 1 and Level 2 Trainings.
To become a Certified Little Flower Yoga Teacher, you’ll need to complete the following requirements: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3, Trauma-Informed Training, Chair Yoga, Mentorship, and reading and writing assignments.
There is no required time frame for completion—you can work toward certification at your own pace.