85HR  Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training
with Stacy Broussard


Stacy Broussard, E-RYT 200, RPYT

Schedule 2022-2023:

Sundays, 11:30am-3:30pm
October 2nd - November 20th &
January 15th - February 26th 
Maplewood Studio

Tuition $1400

$200 deposit holds your spot!
Space is limited, enroll early.
Payment plans are available. 

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85HR Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training 2022-2023

Throughout UB's prenatal yoga teacher training program you'll learn to effectively guide pregnant students in safe and constructive yoga techniques specific to pregnancy and childbirth. Stacy will lead you in exploring the specific needs of pregnant yoga students, how yoga can benefit expectant mothers, as well as yoga, breathing, and meditation for comfort during labor and birth and much more.  This special course is appropriate for pregnant mothers, midwives, doulas, doctors, and health and childbirth educators in addition to yoga instructors.   Program topics and activities:

  • Yoga postures and breathing techniques safe for pregnancy
  • Posture modifications for expectant mothers in open classes
  • The 3 trimesters and modifications for each
  • Benefits of yoga during pregnancy and birth
  • Stages of labor and birth and yoga, breathing, and meditation techniques for comfort
  • Powerful partner postures that help relieve pregnancy discomforts and deepen connection
  • Skeletal, muscular, nervous, and hormonal changes that may affect practice
  • Modifications for common pregnancy discomforts and medical conditions
  • Practice teaching and final exam

After completing the 85-hour training, you will receive your certificate of completion from Urban Breath. Yoga Alliance requires that you teach a minimum of 30 hours of Prenatal Yoga before you apply to become a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher.

These are live, in-person hours. *Proof of vaccination or negative covid test within 48 hours of training days is required. Option to attend virtually via Zoom for those that are immunocompromised, long-distance, or not yet vaccinated. 
*In the event that the instructor has to miss a class to attend a birth, asynchronous assignments will be given and are to be completed at home before the next class. You will receive notification of class cancellation and asynchronous assignments no later than one hour before class is scheduled to begin. 

25 hours of asynchronous learning assigned throughout the training (including reading, sequencing assignments, recorded video education, etc.)

Required Reading:

The Female Pelvis Anatomy & Exercises Paperback by Blandine Calais-Germain

Conscious Birthing: Yoga and Meditation for Pregnancy by Theresa Jamieson

Recommended Reading:

Iyengar Yoga for Motherhood: Safe Practice for Expectant & New Mothers by Geeta S. Iyengar, Rita Keller, Kerstin Khattab, & 2 more

Ina May's Guide to Childbirth by Ina May Gaskin

Birthing from Within: An Extra-Ordinary Guide to Childbirth Preparation by Pam England, Rob Horowitz


"This is such a wonderful training program. I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn techniques for best navigating the mental and physical challenges of pregnancy and childbirth, whether they are an aspiring prenatal yoga teacher, mom-to-be, doctor, doula or midwife -- really, anyone. 

"The prenatal and postnatal period is such a transformative time for most women. This training covers all of the physical changes, and also talks about the emotional transition many individuals go through, and shows how yoga can empower and soothe and best prepare the mom-to-be for all of the experiences she will encounter during pregnancy and childbirth. With in-depth instruction on anatomy and the birthing process, as well as technical instruction on sequencing and modifications for each trimester and common pregnancy ailments, trainees will walk away amazed at how much they learned in an 85-hour format. As a yoga instructor and mom who regularly took prenatal classes through pregnancy, I certainly was impressed. I'd have to believe this is one of the best prenatal training programs in the region."  -Jenn M.
"My prenatal training experience with Stacy was wonderful! Stacy's passion for yoga, pregnancy, & childbirth are what make this class so special. I learned so much and now feel confident in my ability to teach prenatal yoga students and show them ways to adapt their yoga practice throughout their pregnancy. I would highly recommend this program to anyone interested in prenatal yoga!"  - Rachel C.
Instructor Stacy Broussard, E-RYT 200, RPYT

Stacy has been teaching yoga since 2006, after completing a month-long 200-hour training through the Yandara Yoga Institute in Baja, Mexico. She teaches, in an intuitive and calm manner,  a flowing hatha style, with a focus on safe physical alignment, strength, and balance. After the birth of her first child in 2009, Stacy became certified to teach pre and postnatal yoga and has since taught well over 500 hours of prenatal, postnatal, mother-baby, and prenatal partner yoga classes. As well, she is certified in hypnosis for birthing and enjoys helping women find comfort in natural childbirth. She created and leads Urban Breath Yoga’s 85-hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training program, which offers yoga teachers, OB/GYNs, midwives, doulas, and others who work with pregnancy and birth an opportunity to bring yoga techniques into their work in a meaningful and valuable way. Stacy’s instruction in the Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training, as well as as a lead instructor of UB’s 200-hour Foundational Yoga Teacher Training, combines a wealth of knowledge in yoga and pregnancy/birth with an ability to inspire and prepare individuals to lead practices in a meaningful, relevant way.

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