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85-Hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training

Birth is transformational.

As a prenatal yoga teacher, you are a guide that helps others to develop their innate skills of empowerment, acceptance, and strength. You are an inspirational presence that fosters a supportive community through yoga and birth education.

During this training, you will gain the knowledge and confidence to safely guide pregnant people through the beautiful and healing gifts of yoga.  Throughout this process, you will experience your own transformation which will help you lead from your heart and with immense gratitude.  

Let’s explore what yoga has to offer us through pregnancy, parenthood, and beyond.



  • Yoga teachersyoga students, and fitness trainers who want to deepen their teaching skills and gain extensive knowledge about pregnancy, prenatal yoga, and holistic birth practices.

  • People on their pregnancy journey that are seeking the study and practice of prenatal yoga for a holistic approach and conscious birth experience.

  • Current birth professionals (doulas, midwives, childbirth educators, etc.) who want to deepen their skills and gain knowledge about how to support their clients/patients through prenatal yoga.

  • Other educators, health care professionals, and therapists who are ready to broaden their skillset to serve those during pregnancy through a holistic lens and build knowledge and practice of prenatal yoga.

It is recommended for all trainees to have a minimum of 1 year of their own personal yoga practice.

Maternity Meditation Class

Spring registration is now closed.
Next training: November 2024

For inquiries, contact Carrie:


Tuition includes:

-all training hours

-in-studio observational hours

-comprehensive training manual (download version)

This is a Yoga Alliance approved training.  

Trainees with 200-hr YA registered certification can apply to become a YA registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher after training completion and 30 hours of teaching experience.

Carrie Randazzo ERYT, PRYT, LMS, CES


Carrie Randazzo

Carrie (she/her) has been immersed in the prenatal and postpartum world for over 15 years. She is the founder of Holistic Movement (previously known as HoliMomma) and Program Coordinator at The Village. Her trainings and expertise are in the field of prenatal & postpartum yoga, bodywork, and corrective exercise for diastasis recti and pelvic floor.

The development of Holistic Movement 85-Hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training has been years in the making and a true labor of love.  Carrie’s passion and dedication for female health are expressed through her love, curiosity, and education for anatomy, movement, and the interwoven connection of mind, body, and spirit.She has combined her extensive knowledge and expertise to create a comprehensive teacher program that will offer trainees the skills and confidence to offer the sacred gift of yoga to the prenatal community.

Yoga Equipment


Colleen Seng


Colleen (she/her) is a postpartum doula and a YA certified E-RYT 200 & RPYT yoga instructor specializing in yoga for fertility, pregnancy, & early motherhood. She has extensive training in postpartum holistic care along with additional trainings and expertise in meditation, yoga nidra, and restorative yoga.

Jamie Brotz


Jamie (she/her) is a YA certified E-RYT 200 & RPYT yoga instructor.  She has additional training and expertise in the field of restorative yoga, yoga for children and babies, and more recently has completed her certification from Unite for Her, providing support for those with breast and ovarian cancers.

Joy Skow

Doula & Childbirth Educator

Lauren McCabe

Prenatal & Postpartum Registered Dietician

& more!

Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training Collingswood New Jersey

Begin your journey as a prenatal yoga teacher!




Our program expects students to be on time for class, after breaks, and after lunch. Please let our faculty know if you will be late. 

Students are encouraged to have 100% attendance. In additional to the training schedule, participants are required to attend 3 prenatal yoga classes for observation.  Students are encouraged to review and practice the information that is provided in the training manual.  The review and practice will add some additional time, outside of the training schedule.  

We understand that students have important commitments outside of the classroom. Should extenuating circumstances impact attendance, students are permitted to miss class, provided they work with the program director to make up any missed hours. Students are responsible for rescheduling missed hours to make up any course material they have missed. 

If a student needs to miss any training session, he or she must speak to the program director before the beginning of the session. Each student is responsible for scheduling make-up time with the program director. Students must pay an additional cost for private make-up sessions with a teacher. 

A leave of absence from the program will be granted due to medical disability or other extraordinary circumstances at the discretion of the program director. In this case our refund policy will apply to unused tuition and the student must reapply for the next available session and pay the difference, if any, of any remaining tuition and/or any related administrative fees. If tuition is increased for the next available session, the student must pay the higher rate.


An applicant who submits written notice of cancellation of the program more than three (3) business days after signing the training agreement, but two weeks before the program begins, is entitled to a full refund minus a $250 processing fee. 

There will be no refunds two weeks or lass from the start date of the program. If the applicant withdraws from the program for any reason after it starts, the applicant will be responsible for paying the full tuition, regardless of any partial payments that have been made to date. 

Special Cases 

In case a student needs to withdraw from the program due to illness, accident, death in the family, or other circumstances that make it impractical for the student to complete the course, the program will provide a reasonable and fair refund. 

Bad Conduct 

No refunds will be given if the program removes a student from the program for bad conduct. Bad conduct is violation of the Code of Conduct, harassment, bullying, or any other behavior that is inappropriate or disruptive to the welfare of the program or to fellow students. 

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