Postnatal and Mums n Bubs Yoga Teacher Training

About this course

This Postnatal Online Teacher Training Course offers a balanced mix of theory and practical exercises providing you with valuable knowledge and tools to teach new mothers (with their babies!) safely and confidently.

Course Content

  • Postnatal Yoga: Needs of the new mother: first 6 weeks and beyond; physiological changes – diastasis rectus
  • Postnatal safety guidelines
  • Sequencing and the 5 Postnatal Posture Groups
  • Restorative yoga for new mothers
  • Diastasis Recti, diagnosing and how to support
  • Perinatal Mental Health—an overview of postnatal depression
  • ‘Mums n Bubs’ Yoga: benefits and applications
  • Establishing and running a ‘mums n bubs’ yoga class
  • Incorporating baby in the yoga postures

This Postnatal course contains a multi-media ‘bag of goodies’ including a stimulating mix of video, audio and written materials:

Online Postnatal Course

  • Bliss Baby Postnatal course manual (PDF format) – includes detailed diagrams, extensive notes and references
  • Abdominal awareness practice video (25 min)
  • The Fourth Trimester video lecture (26 min)
  • Strength & Stability practice video (28 min)
  • Stability & Restoration practice video (31 min)
  • Audio lectures including the 5 Postnatal Posture groups (1 hr)
  • 1 hour Mums n Bubs Yoga Class video
  • 2 Postnatal Restorative Yoga Video Classes (30 mins + 20 mins)
  • Diastasis Recti and how to support video lecture + “Rec check” video (18 min)
  • 2-hour video lecture: Perinatal Mental Health with Dr Lauren Tober
  • Incorporating Baby in a Postnatal Class video (20 min)
  • A Postnatal Mother & Baby Yoga Demo Video (1 hr)
  • Postnatal with Baby Yoga Class video (50 min)
  • Tools and Marketing a Mums & Bubs class audio (15 min)
  • Access to our senior teachers via e mail to ask about any aspect of the course or your teaching
  • Your details, should you wish, including your business name and website will be listed on our “Find a Bliss Baby Yoga Teacher” Directory

Please note – the following book is recommended additional reading for this course (but not essential) and is not included in the course fee.

  • “Baby Om – Yoga for Mothers and Babies”, Laura Staton & Sarah Perron, Newleaf, 2002

A Completion Certificate (PDF electronic file) is provided once you’ve completed this course.  The total course hours on this certificate are 25 non-contact hours.

Members of both Yoga Alliance and Yoga Australia are required to complete ongoing professional development to keep their membership current. By completing the Bliss Baby Yoga Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course, teachers are able to accrue some of these necessary professional development hours as well as to gain the all-important knowledge and skills to launch them into this specialised area of women’s health.

(The following information re: Yoga Australia and Yoga Alliance requirements for CPD was true at the time of publishing – please check the Yoga Australia and Yoga Alliance websites via links below to confirm their requirements).

For Yoga Australia members, 12 CPD points (Continuing Professional Development) must be accrued each year to keep your membership active. These can be accrued through contact or non-contact hours of study. Our Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course is made up of non-contact hours of study, however as our course includes an assessment component (final case study assignment), for Yoga Australia members (as per their Continuing Education Policy) the hours spent completing our course are counted as contact hours, core to yoga teaching (1 point per hour). The Bliss Baby Yoga Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course is 25 hours, so Yoga Australia members will accrue at least 25 CPD points.

For Yoga Alliance members,  according to their Continuing Education Requirements, every 3 years starting from your initial date of registration, each RYT and E-RYT must complete and log a minimum of:

  1. 45 hours teaching yoga, and
  2. 30 hours of yoga related training that is directly related to one of the Educational Categories, of which:

Our 25 hour Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course (non-contact hours) can therefore meet the 20 non-contact hours requirement.

At the end of the course we will also include you on our online directory of qualified pre/postnatal yoga teachers.

FAQ: Is this course registered with Yoga Alliance?

While there isn’t currently a facility for this online course to be registered with Yoga Alliance, our school and teachers are. Bliss Baby Yoga is a Yoga Alliance RPYS (Registered Prenatal Yoga School), and our lead teacher Ana Davis is a YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider), as well as an E-RYT 500 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with minimum 500 hrs training) and RPYT (Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher). The certificate of completion presented upon completion of this course will include our RPYS and YACEP registration stamps, as well as a breakdown of the hours per Educational Category for Yoga Alliance continuing education.

FAQ: If I want to be able to teach Postnatal Yoga classes, do I have to already be a qualified yoga teacher to enrol in your online course?

Our Bliss Baby Yoga training courses are designed as post-graduate study for qualified yoga teachers, and are not alone designed to qualify graduates to teach prenatal / postnatal yoga classes to the public if they are not yet a qualified yoga teacher (having completed a minimum Level 1 / 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training).

The prerequisite to enrol in our courses is at least 6-12 months consistent prior yoga practice experience – so that you are familiar with the basic postures / practices / terminology and can therefore gain the most from this training. We strongly recommend undertaking a 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training in addition to our specialised teaching before teaching any public classes, so that you can be insured as a qualified yoga teacher.

FAQ: Can I get RPYT (Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher) registration with Yoga Alliance by completing the Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course?

Unfortunately Yoga Alliance RPYT (Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher) certification cannot be achieved through distance or online education, such as our Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course, as there is a requirement of at least 75 contact hours of study (face-to-face training with a certified teacher). Any hours of study completed via distance / online are considered ‘non-contact’ hours.

Upon completion of our online training, graduates are issued with a Completion Certificate- noting the hours and content completed, and bearing our Yoga Alliance RPYS (Registered Prenatal Yoga School) stamp. This certificate can be submitted for CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points for your Yoga Alliance / Yoga Australia membership.

FAQ: Do the Bliss Baby Yoga online courses certify me to be able to teach in the USA/UK?

Bliss Baby Yoga is registered with the international yoga body, Yoga Alliance, as a RPYS (Registered Prenatal Yoga School) and RYS-200 (Registered Yoga School).

We have had yoga teachers from all over the world complete our online training courses.

Upon completion of our Online training courses, graduates receive a certificate of completion, noting the content, hours, and date of completion, which can be submitted for CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points for Yoga Alliance / Yoga Australia registered teachers.

If you are registered with a particular local or international registration body you may like to contact your association or insurance provider directly to confirm if they recognise internationally based online teacher training – for CPD (Continuing Professional Development) points or otherwise.

Read our responses to further frequently asked questions here.

Read more about accreditation here.

Once you’ve enrolled and your payment is confirmed, you’ll be sent an email with your log-in details to log into our special student section of the website where you can get started with your course. 

Our Online Postnatal course is easy to navigate—it’s all clearly laid out and you don’t have to be a ‘techy’ person to figure it out!

This course consists of 2 modules. Each module consists of a varied and stimulating mix of audio lectures, video-lectures, sample video classes, and accompanying reading from the course manuals. Have your yoga mat (and sometimes other props like bolster, brick) at the ready as there will be practical segments to some of the lectures. The focus of this course is on ‘experiential learning’ so that you can experience many of the recommended practices yourself.

At the end of each module there are short quizzes (see below under “Course Assessment Requirements”) and homework tasks to keep you engaged and ensure you’re integrating the information we’re giving you, and to help you prepare for the learning to come in the next module.

Course Assessment Requirements

At the end of each module you will be required to complete a short quiz that helps you solidify the learning. An 80% pass mark is required,  but don’t worry, the quizzes are multiple choice/ true-false and you can re-do the quiz as many times as you need to.

At the end of the course content you will be required to complete a ‘case study’ written assignment. Upload your completed assignment to the website (very easy) and one of our Bliss Baby Yoga Facilitators will mark it and be in contact to arrange the final step—your Video Call Mentoring Session.

In your Video Call Mentoring Session your Facilitator will give you valuable constructive feedback on your assignment and it’s also a great opportunity for you to ask any questions about the course content.

Then, all you need to do is complete our Online Feedback Form (your feedback is soooo important to us!) and you will receive your Completion Certificate that you can either print out or keep digitally to send to registration bodies (eg: Yoga Alliance / Yoga Australia) to gain all-important CPD (Continuing Professional Development Points).

The beauty of our Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training is that you can complete it in your own time, to fit around your other commitments. The total course hours that will be recorded on your Completion Certificate are 25 hours—this is what we estimate it will take you to complete this course, including the homework tasks, background reading and completing your final assignment.

Because we understand that you’re fitting this course around other commitments that may include yoga teaching, working, or being a mother, you have 12 months to complete this course, and the information and resources in this course downloadable (yours to keep forever). How you pace your study-load, that’s up to you, and what works best for your lifestyle.

For answers to Frequently Asked Questions about our Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course delivery and accreditation, including the following, please click here.

  • Do the Bliss Baby Yoga online courses certify me to be able to teach in the USA/UK?

For answers to these questions and more, please click here.

Who is this course for?

This online course provides the flexibility of studying from your own home, at your own pace. It is ideal for yoga teachers, recent teacher training graduates or those completing their yoga teacher training who want to specialise in postnatal yoga, or expand their knowledge to support new mums in their general yoga classes.

The course is also enjoyable and informative for keen yoga practitioners and new mothers – helping to deepen your knowledge of how yoga can support you during this new, exciting stage in your life.

Course Teachers

Ana Davis Bliss Baby Yoga

Ana Davis (E-RYT 500, RPYT, Yoga Australia Registered Level 3 Senior teacher, qualified Doula, Dip. Remedial Massage, B.A. Honours) has long been passionate about exploring the benefits of yoga and meditation for women’s monthly and life cycles.

Ana has been a keen yoga practitioner since 1990, teaching yoga since 1996, and in 2005 founded Bliss Baby Yoga – offering specialised yoga teacher training courses in the areas of Prenatal, Postnatal, Restorative and Women’s Yoga. In 2013, Ana also founded Moving with the Moon which offers workshops and classes on yoga for the menstrual cycle, menopause and fertility.

Ana’s first book “Moving with the Moon: Nurturing Yoga, Movement and Meditation for Every Phase of your Menstrual Cycle” was released in late-2018 and is now available in both print-book and E-book formats.

Ana, a mother-of-one, is passionate about sharing the benefits and joys of yoga for every stage of one’s life journey.

This online course has been written and recorded by Ana Davis. Online course students will experience audio lectures with Ana, as well as see Ana teaching a real and Mums n Bubs Yoga class, demonstrating how to incorporate baby in yoga postures, and teaching Postnatal Restorative Yoga sample classes. Ana is also a facilitator on our Online Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training course, Online Level 1 Restorative Yoga Teacher Training course, and Online Level 1 Fertility Yoga Teacher Training Course.

Kind words about Ana from our Online Course graduates:

“Ana – you are such an amazing and gifted person and teacher. We’re all lucky you discovered your calling and can share your knowledge with us. Your communication is really clear, and your voice is so pleasant and easy to listen to that the audio lectures were a real pleasure.”

“I loved Ana and the way she taught and how knowledgeable she is. I looked at a lot of online classes for this and was very happy I decided to take this one.”


Nadine O’Mara (E-RYT 200, RPYT, YACEP, Yoga Australia Lvl 3 Teacher, DONA Certified Doula, B. App. Sc.) is an experienced Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga teacher, doula and our Bliss Baby Yoga Managing Director, who is passionate about supporting women’s health, especially around birth.

In addition to sharing her knowledge via our Bliss Baby Yoga online courses and content, Nadine also runs her own business, Conscious Birth. Nadine provides doula support and yoga for women and their partners around Bellingen on the NSW Mid-North Coast. She also offers birth education, self care and restorative yoga workshops for mothers, facilitates mother’s circles, family yoga and retreats for women and/or families. She believes that a gentle birth and the creation of a positive family life helps shape a more peaceful planet.

“Nadine is clearly passionate about women’s health. You can tell has many years of practise and teaching under her belt as she was professional but so relatable. I look up to her and I love her style – it was an absolute pleasure to be in the session with her and guided by her through the practise” Simone



Star Despres is a devoted yogini, practising since she was 19 and teaching since 2006. She is a Senior Byron Yoga Centre qualified Teacher and Teacher Trainer, and has been facilitating Bliss Baby Yoga teacher training courses since 2010. Star’s passions rest in empowering women to reconnect with the divine feminine, no matter what stage of life they are in, and assisting them to find a more nurturing and sacred approach to life. She especially loves to support women through pregnancy, the postnatal period, perimenopause, menopause and times of exhaustion and depletion via the practise of Restorative Yoga and daily self care rituals.

Star is also the founder of Divine Star, an Online sanctuary honouring the feminine and offering private mentoring, retreats, workshops and circles to inspire women to reclaim their power and reconnect to their authentic selves. Her greatest role is as a mama of 2 daughters (17 years apart), and continues to fine tune the balance of work and Mamahood whilst also honouring her own needs.

Star is a Senior Course Facilitator for our Bliss Baby Yoga Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course, and also offers Online 1:1 Mentoring for yoga teachers and personalised yoga classes.

Our Online Postnatal course trainees will have the opportunity to meet Star (or Rosie / Kanako / Mari) face-to-face during the final one-on-one Skype session.

Kind words about Star from our course graduates:

“I loved my Skype session with Star! It was great to talk to someone so passionate. I liked her useful suggestions and it was good to know that what I’m doing is ‘right’.”

“I loved Star’s gentleness and genuine interest in women’s wellbeing.”

“I thought (the Skype session) was the most important aspect of the whole course. It was so beneficial to chat to someone who has a wealth of experience and background in prenatal and postnatal yoga and training.”


Rosie Matheson is a passionate women’s health and wellbeing educator. She has trained extensively in Hatha Yoga, and is a also a qualified Doula. Rosie’s many offerings for women include classes, workshops, and teacher training courses in yoga for fertility, healthy menstruation, women’s life cycles, and both the prenatal and postnatal phases of life.

Rosie’s foundational work in women’s yoga was conducted during a three year residency on Koh Phangan, Thailand. There she participated in over 700 hours of Yoga Alliance certified Yoga Teacher Training courses in addition to attending Yoga Therapy workshops, meditation courses, and a variety of women’s retreats and classes.

Teaching women close to home and across the globe, Rosie regularly leads trainings for students in the USA, Japan, Italy, and Australia. Rosie’s passion is in educating women on the power of their bodies, and the undeniable correlation between celebrating your feminine form and living an empowered and vital life.
Her genius is in presenting these ideas in a way that is accessible, nurturing, and inspiring to women everywhere.

Rosie is a Senior Course Facilitator for our Bliss Baby Yoga Prenatal & Postnatal and Fertility Yoga Teacher Training courses, online, throughout Australia and internationally, and also offers Online 1:1 Mentoring for yoga teachers and personalised yoga classes.

Our Online Postnatal course trainees will have the opportunity to meet Rosie (or Star / Kanako / Mari) face-to-face during the final one-on-one Skype session.

Kind words about Rosie from our Online Course graduates:

“I had my final Skype session with Rosie and her energy was definitely felt even though it was via Skype. She gave me some great suggestions for my teaching and clarified a few points. More than anything I felt that she was a supportive mentor, and as a teacher sometimes it is hard to let our guard down and open ourselves up to vulnerability since it is usually us people are coming to for guidance and learning. I am thinking of booking more Skype sessions with her – it was a true blessing to find this training, for so many reasons: the resources, the cost is so reasonable, the lecture format is timed on our own schedule which is perfect if you have a scattered schedule with teaching, etc and also for the personal growth and development. I do feel a part of the Bliss Baby community now…thank you.”



Kanako Yajima has been practicing yoga since 2000 and teaching since 2006. She has been trained in various styles of yoga including Solomon Yogalates, Ishta System with Rachel Zinman, and Vini Yoga & the Five Element Form with Peter Clifford. She has completed a number of Pre & Postnatal Yoga trainings and has been working with pregnant women and new moms since 2010.

Kanako has also worked internationally in many teacher trainings, retreats and workshops as both interpreter (for Japanese groups) and as a teacher trainer.

Thanks to her experience as a yoga translator/interpreter and her dedication to knowledge and growth, she has been immersed in various teachings including yoga philosophy, anatomy & physiology, pranayama and meditation and her versatile and unique teaching styles reflect that extensive knowledge and experience.

She is grateful everyday for being a mother to her daughter as it has been the most challenging yet beautiful and transformational yoga sadhana in life and she loves sharing the magic of yoga practices with students from that heart-felt space.

Kanako is a Senior Course Facilitator for our Bliss Baby Yoga Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training courses, and works as a translator for our Japan-based Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training courses.

Our Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course trainees will have the opportunity to meet Kanako (or Rosie / Star / Mari) face-to-face during the final one-on-one Skype session.

Kind words about Kanako from our Course graduates:

“I found the Skype session enormously helpful. Kanako was super thorough, precise and very thoughtful. Clearly she cares about this work and that too was inspiring.”

“I loved my Skype call with Kanako! She went through my assignment thoroughly, with great explanations, examples and alternate options. Even though only 1 hour, I really enjoyed and benefited from it.”

“The Skype might have been my favourite part! Kanako was so helpful, and demonstrated her favourite postures and explained reasons for everything. She was very knowledgeable and experienced.”



Dr Lauren Tober is a mother of two, yoga teacher and clinical psychologist, who has also trained in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, iRest Yoga Nidra™ and Life Force Yoga. Her passion is in bridging the gap between Western and yogic psychology to help people to heal and to live full and wholehearted lives. She is also the founder of “Capturing Gratitude” and “A Daily Dose of Bliss“.

Lauren is a specialty guest contributor for our Bliss Baby Yoga Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course in the area of Perinatal Mental Health. Get to know Lauren at www.laurentober.com.

Lauren’s lecture on “Perinatal Mental Health” is included in our Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course, and Lauren has also made some valuable contributions to our Postnatal Yoga training manual in this area of study.

Kind words about Lauren:

“Lauren has a thoughtful and compassionate approach to teaching and caring for people. As a yoga teacher she taught me to be respectful and mindful of my body, mindful of others and how to deal with physical injury as well as mental fatigue. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to share in her joy of yoga. An inspiring teacher, source of much advice and friend.”

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What past course participants say
'I enjoyed being able to do this Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course online as I live in New Zealand. The course gave me so much information. It gave me so much knowledge on what mothers are dealing with physically and also emotionally, what to look for and be aware of, how to put a class together and feel confident about teaching it. I found my Skype facilitator, Star, very helpful. She answered all of my questions, gave me great tips and I found her very encouraging and present – it is a key part of the course to have this contact with an experienced teacher. I liked the case study assignment as it got me thinking about how to put a sequence together working with student’s limitations, and it was helpful for putting my first class together for today, and having options for the students. All elements of the course served to give a broader understanding of postnatal yoga.'- Machel, New Zealand
'I really enjoyed and benefited from the Bliss Baby Yoga Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training course – I am a busy mum working two jobs so I needed a course that I could take at my own pace and fit in whenever I got chance! For an online course, it definitely does a good job of being practical and accessible. I feel ready to start teaching postnatal yoga. The final case study was a really good way of getting me to think ‘postnatally’ definitely. I loved my Skype session with Star, she was wonderful and gave me great feedback and advice. One of the best bits about Bliss Baby Yoga is the support and communication received – you are all so organised, prompt to answer e-mails, friendly, lovely and supportive. I was really impressed with this part – you made distance/online learning completely stress free. Great communication.'- Laura, UK
'I jJust wanted to let you know I held my first Mums & Bubs Yoga class today! Thank you for providing me with the knowledge, confidence and inspiration to conduct safe postnatal yoga classes. The class is such a success, it was booked out before we began, and I will now have two weekly Mums & Bubs classes.'- Andi, Victoria, Australia
'I got more out of this course than I could have imagined - not only in my practice as a yoga facilitator with postpartum clients, but in my personal practice as well. I have learned so much about the female body and this knowledge has informed me in invaluable ways. I am so glad I was able to find such a thorough and comprehensive course that I could do at my own pace. The portal is easy to use and navigate and the course laid out in a comprehensive and intuitive way. I felt that the course was very thorough and gave excellent examples and explanations. It was a perfect mix of spiritual and practical. I will absolutely be using the knowledge and techniques I have learnt when working with postpartum mamas. I am so excited to offer them this gift! I found the videos really helpful - I do Maria Kristen's yoga video almost every day! I also learned about how to manage my own SIJ pain which has been bothering me for YEARS. I loved the case study assignment - I felt it really helped me to dig deep and reflect on what I had learned and to consider all of the factors that influence a new mama's postnatal yoga experience. Star was lovely and her feedback was gentle, thoughtful, and informative. I had such a great time chatting with her which really helped me feel like I was now a part of the Bliss Baby Yoga community. Thank you so much for offering this wonderful training.'- Claudia, USA
'I thoroughly enjoyed the Bliss Baby Yoga Online Postnatal Yoga course. I found the fact that it was online and I could log in anytime really fit around my work and family schedule and demands. I liked the range of learning tools including videos and manuals. I found the postnatal depression section was particularly interesting and different as I never really thought about it as a teacher. I liked the videos as they were very descriptive - seeing an actual mummy and baby yoga class and how the teacher calmly handles each situation was a great lesson. The handouts are a great way to help me as a teacher to structure my classes and the course work really helped me analyse the poses and think about how the new mum would feel in the pose. The Skype session was brilliant for asking questions as well as gaining beneficial feedback - it really helped me. Thank you for helping me achieve this and I look forward to teaching my classes in due course.'- Sharona, UK
'I found this course so informative and a wonderful addition to my existing yoga teaching knowledge, including how what I already know and teach applies to a woman who has recently had a baby and of course how to incorporate the baby in fun and engaging ways! I was able to complete it in my own time which meant I could fit in 30 - 90 minute sessions whenever I had the time. The website made it super easy to access and keep track of where I was up to, easy to back track to information when needed and a very consistent layout. The teachers were lovely, engaging and knowledgeable! Very clear verbal explanations in addition to the diagrams / manuals etc plus some reading meant that I was continually engaged in learning. The audio lectures were incredible. The Skype session solidified that I interpreted everything correctly and made me much more comfortable in my understanding of the content. I would absolutely recommend this course to fellow yoga teachers!'- Natalie, Victoria, Australia
'I started this course just before I gave birth and finished it about 6 months postpartum. I was able to apply the course to my own postpartum recovery. Even though I currently don't teach specific postnatal classes I am able to be more aware of the postures and their relevance on prenatal and postnatal students in my open classes. The whole course was beneficial as I was going through my postpartum recovery. I found the sections the different groups of postures relevant for different focuses e.g stabilising, chest opening sequences very useful. Given I had diastasis recti (4 finger gap) and was recovering from 3rd degree tears I thought dealing with complications was very relevant to me. I was able to tailor my own practice to meet my needs during my own recovery. I had the intention to complete the course within the fourth trimester but with all the changes to the body and not being able to predict my routine I ended up taking longer, but I feel the course was the right length. I found the online access very convenient, and I could access the material when it suited me.'- Amanda, NSW, Australia
'I benefited from and enjoyed this Online Postnatal Yoga TT course, and loved the user-friendly format, diverse delivery of information (written, audio, visual), own pace of learning, interesting content and support from teachers. I learned a lot about appropriate poses for women depending on their type of birth and time since giving birth, and I also learned some great things that mum and bub can do together. The end-of-course Skye session was a highlight of the course - it was as great to connect with an experienced practitioner and gain feedback. Star is wonderful - super kind, supportive and knowledgable.'- Eve, VIC, Australia
'This Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training helped me a great deal in understanding how to sequence a class specifically designed for postnatal mothers. The format was very organized and easy to follow. Rosie’s feedback via Skype was practical and inspiring. She was a joy to speak with. It was great to speak to a teacher who has experience in the field.'- Anonymous (Online Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training Graduate), USA
'I really loved this course. It was wonderful, personal and well-structured, and easy to work through during my first year as a new mama. I enjoyed dipping in and out, having a variety of resources to support my learning. I loved the final video call with the wonderful Star - I left feeling connected, inspired, confident, full of purpose and excited about creating a community focused on bringing women together after pregnancy. I feel extremely inspired to pass on the knowledge and wisdom I have gained through this wonderful course and look forward to creating a safe, nurturing space for new mamas to explore their postnatal yoga practise on and off the mat.'- Katie, NSW, Australia

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Enjoy the learning— a juicy mix of video and audio lectures, video demonstration classes, and a slew of informative and inspiring reading and notes!

You can work at your own pace, and because we appreciate that you may be busy juggling teaching, parenting, and/or other work with your study, you have one full year from your date of enrolment to access and complete our courses and download all resources included within the course to keep forever for future reference. Our courses are designed to fit around your busy life.

Navigating your way through the course is simple and easy, but if you have any questions or issues at any time, we are only an email away!

In addition to homework tasks and extension reading/ viewing, after each module of the course you will be required to complete a short quiz that helps you consolidate your learning.

4: Case Study Assignment

Once you’ve completed all of the course modules, you’ll reach the Case Study Assignment section of the course. This is a fun, rewarding exercise that helps you pull all the key knowledge together about safely teaching pregnant and postnatal students with specific therapeutic needs.

Complete the Case Study in your own time and then simply upload your assignment through the website. One of our senior teachers will mark your assignment and return it to you.

5: Completion Certificate

Once you’ve received your marked assignment back, you’ll be prompted to complete a Feedback Form on the website and then, congratulations! You’re done! You will receive your course Completion Certificate that you can either print out or keep digitally to send to registration bodies (eg: Yoga Alliance / Yoga Australia) to gain all-important CPD (Continuing Professional Development Points). And you will then be ready to confidently and safely teach prenatal and postnatal yoga students.

'I am loving this online fertility course that you (Rosie and Ana) have created. It is brilliant and so professional. It will be wonderfully supportive for me as I care for my clients. Thank you for the time and effort that must have gone into it.' Amanda (SA, AUS), Online L1 Yoga for Fertility Teacher Training graduate
'I loved that I could do this course at my own pace. I’m 27 weeks pregnant and loved doing this course whilst pregnant! This has reignited my desire to teach, in a different way than I used to - softer and more feminine.' Casey (QLD, AUS), Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training graduate
'This course is so wholistic - I love how it truly focuses on the body and spirit of a new mama, and her growing/new babe. It’s not just asana. The course addresses the WHOLE mama, and I think that is invaluable. It’s exactly what I was looking for when researching online courses. It would’ve made more sense for me to do a course in the USA but I was really drawn to this one for the spiritual and emotional elements.' Amber (USA), Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training graduate
'The course was exactly what I needed. I liked the emphasis on safety and the therapeutic recommendations for the various pregnancy related ailments. Ana’s style of teaching offers a practical approach, whilst being centred, empathetic and nurturing. The flexibility of being able to do the course in my own time was very much appreciated. I have a busy teaching schedule and I’m a mum so it was good to be able to take the time I needed to complete the course properly. I really liked the structure of the course, very clear and easy to follow.' Julia (UK), Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga TT graduate
'The Bliss Baby Yoga Level 2 Restorative Yoga Teacher Training is a woven together in a synergistic balance of theory and practical. The deeply feminine approach is clearly offered from a place of deep knowing as each of the facilitators draw on their wisdom and knowledge, sharing this information in an easily relatable and digestible way. Not only aesthetically pleasing, the platform is easy and seamless to navigate. It truly is fabulous! The final video call mentoring session phenomenal. Star held space so beautifully and offered supportive guidance which really landed in my bones. I loved this connection as the culmination of our studies, thank you. I feel really spoilt!' Kirstie (VIC, AUS), Online L1 & L2 Restorative Yoga Teacher Training graduate
'Both of the courses I have completed with Bliss Bay Yoga were so well done. It has been a truly invaluable learning experience for me. I must say that I have learnt more during your online course then during my residential 200h teacher training - I honestly couldn't expect that a remote training would be so helpful and constructive. Everything was perfect; the atmosphere, all of the knowledge. The course was very informative, useful and inspiring. I engaged in this course during a lockdown and with my newborn at home, and I couldn't be happier. The Baby Bliss Yoga team is very professional and thanks to this course I feel confident to start my teaching career.' Marica (Italy), Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training graduate
'I benefited from the Bliss Baby Yoga Online L1 Restorative Yoga TT course on both a personal and professional level. Personally, it worked as an anchor, it helped me through difficult times and I keep coming back to it every week to cultivate it's grounding effect. Professionally, I fell in love with the teaching of Restorative Yoga, it's my favorite Yoga style to teach, and I am very passionate about it and how I want to give it to my students. With the whole course and all the references you gave I feel comfortable about applying the knowledge and techniques I learned.' Anna (France), Online L1 Restorative Yoga Teacher Training graduate
'I found your Online L1 Yoga for Fertility Teacher Training course to be tremendously worthwhile and very enjoyable. The course was very practical and accessible. I was able to apply what I was learning right away since everything was laid out very clearly. I have a personal journey with infertility so the material was both personally and professionally valuable to me. Since it is a subject so close to me I was really able to feel the benefits of the various sequences.' Prairie (New Zealand), Online L1 Yoga for Fertility Teacher Training graduate
'This course was packed full of valuable information to help support a pregnant mom through her entire pregnancy and into the first several months of motherhood. It gave me an abundance of tangible material that is available to refer back to. I am completely satisfied with the contents of this course, which is accessible to anyone, anywhere, interested in developing their skills for prenatal and postnatal yoga. I have already recommended it to other teachers at our studio.' Mary (USA), Online Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training graduate
'Thank you so much for an amazing online course. I was so blown away by all the beautiful content and felt like I received such a deep level of learning from it. I have been craving more knowledge and depth into Yoga for Fertility and you well and truly delivered. I ran a small workshop from my home on Sunday to put what i had learnt to practice. It was an intimate group of 3 women and it was just so beautiful! Thank you again. I'm so so grateful!' Jenny (NSW, AUS), Online L1 Yoga for Fertility TT graduate