mamashanti’s Advanced Practitioner Training for 2015

This week, I launched my new website and my Advanced Practitioner Training for 2015. Creating a new website, thinking about how I’d like to present my work to the world been an intense ride. However, this pales in contrast to the journey of crafting a program to share with other practitioners. Whenever I’ve wavered in my resolved; asked myself “who am I to be stepping out like this?”, I sift through the countless emails I have received over the years. Today, I’d like to share this achingly beautiful message from one of my very dear students. I hope it explains why I feel both inspired and utterly compelled to share the way of mamashanti…

“When I first became pregnant I continued my normal hatha classes and then about half way I started to realise this was no longer appropriate practice for me. I asked around some of my Mama friends and was recommended to Mamashanti by a few different sources.
I went along to check it out, thinking I would be getting another modified hatha class with a few bits of birthing wisdom thrown in and got such a lot more.

Nina’s classes are filled with wonderful nurturing postures that are in fact active birthing postures. They were subtle, gentle and so effective in nurturing and preparing my pregnant body for birthing my baby.

I decided to extend my practice with Nina after a diagnosis of ‘unstable pelvis’ and attended the Mamashanti workshops on specific areas of challenge for pregnant women. By practicing Nina’s specific, gentle, quiet and effective postures I was able to manage throughout the rest of my pregnancy with no further damage to me or my baby. Her sensible advice and impressive body of work in this area still inspire me today as I continue to practice many of the postures she introduced me to.

Now, after delivering a healthy baby boy, I can reflect back on my yogic journey during my pregnancy and give thanks for the wonderful wise women who lead me to Mamashanti. It is only now that I can truly appreciate how inappropriate a modified hatha class is for the pregnant woman. And how appropriate the quiet, gentle, subtle practices taught by Nina really are. Also I can now see how much this kind of yoga has to offer Mamas in the incredible task they undertake of carrying, birthing and raising a baby.”
xx Medine February 2014

Does the possibility of enriching your women-centred business inspire you? Visit my website for a taster of what’s on offer in 2015.

Tags: advanced practitioner training 2015, Childbirth Education, Doula, Learn to Teach Yoga for Pregnancy and Birth
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