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Teen's Yoga Teacher Training Nov 2023

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Learn the skills to support adolescents aged 13 - 21 with evidence-based yoga and mindfulness practices.


This 30-hour certified Teenage Yoga Teacher Training will equip you with the skills needed to teach safe, meaningful and engaging Yoga and Mindfulness to adolescents. Based on evidence-informed practices with a trauma-sensitive focus you'll learn how to support teenagers with Breathing Techniques, Movement (Yoga), Games and Relaxation to empower mental, physical and social Health and Wellness. One breath at a time.

Aligned with Australian School Curriculum Standards and focusing on the needs of Australia's young people, you'll be equipped with practices and techniques to teach Yoga and Mindfulness classes to help your students connect body, mind and breath in an engaging, fun and age-appropriate way. You'll help your Teens to discover the importance of mental health and physical wellness with accessible yoga practices.

TRAINING LOCATION: Murdoch University, School of Education. 90 South Street, Murdoch, Western Australia


  • 5 hours of Pre-learning (Familiarise yourself with your curriculum)
  • Thursday: 9am - 6pm
  • Friday: 9am - 5pm
  • Saturday: 9am - 5pm


Learn about the Science of teaching age-appropriate Yoga and Mindfulness for growing bodies and minds.

Teens Yoga Teaching Techniques, Training and Practice

  • Actively teach developmentally appropriate and safe Mindful Movement / Yoga while fostering the joy of play and learning through Yoga-related games.
  • You'll learn a variety of breathing techniques and understand how to teach a trauma-sensitive class to support inclusion and accessibility for everybody.

Teaching Methodology
Discover classroom management techniques and learn how to develop your own lesson plans for yoga at school, at home, or in the community.

Anatomy and Physiology
Cultivate an understanding of Adolescent anatomy and physiology while exploring the body system and the benefits of healthy movement patterns. Appreciate the positive impact of Yoga on the nervous system and brain development, especially for adolescents' growing bodies and minds.

Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers

Enhance your teaching skills by embodying the basic yoga precepts. Foster Mindfulness and Movement as a life skill (beyond the yoga mat) and learn about legal requirements and ethical guidelines when working with Adolescents in a variety of settings.


Early Bird Pricing (valid until 6 weeks prior)


No prerequisites are needed.

All you need to bring to participate in this training is a passion for Yoga and Health and Wellness for Adolescents. Most participants at our training are School Teachers/Educators, Health Professionals or Parents who are interested in learning more about mindfulness and movement and how they can support young people at school, in health settings, or at home.

If you're a certified Yoga Teacher (200hours+), this training will help you deepen your understanding of Teen's  Anatomy and Physiology and how to safely cue accessible yoga classes for Teenagers (considering puberty, brain development and classroom management techniques). Plus, you'll learn how to make yoga relevant and meaningful while making a difference. One breath at a time.


Certified Teenage Yoga Teacher. You'll graduate from this training as a certified Teenage Yoga Teacher with the skills and knowledge to bring Yoga and Mindfulness to Adolescents at school or in the community the very next day. Yoga Teachers: You'll earn CEUs with Yoga Alliance towards your RCYT. 

School Teachers/Educators: This course will conclude with a certificate and proof of Professional Development meeting ACARA standards. 

Health Professionals, Psychologists, and Social Workers: Please check your peak body and your PD requirements. You will get a certificate upon completion of this training, confirming your attendance and skills development.


Sharnell is a registered yoga teacher, completing her yoga teacher training in Vinyasa Yoga at The Yoga Vine, Western Australia. She’s a certified teen, children’s and trauma-informed yoga teacher and has undertaken further training in Yin yoga. She is a qualified Remedial and Sports Therapist and worked with the North Melbourne Kangaroos AFL team in Melbourne for 9-seasons, before returning to her family in Perth. Sharnell is currently working as Yogazeit’s Indigenous Outreach Lead.  Sharnell is passionate about mindful movement for underserved communities, and was a member of the Yogazeit pilot project in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands, facilitating customised yoga for local children in language. When Sharnell isn’t guiding young people with mindfulness, she is coaching her daughter's AFL team at Rossmoyne Junior Football Club, attending live music gigs or going for a surf with her dog. Sharnell is honoured to be your facilitator for this course! 

Regina is the Founder of Yogazeit. She holds an E-RYT, RCYT and YACEP. Since 2017 she's introduced thousands of children, teens, parents and educators playfully and mindfully to age appropriate Yoga and Mindfulness. She holds a Bachelor of Business, a Diploma in Mental Health and is a certified Life, Health and Wellness and Career Coach. 

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