CALMING KIDS (CK) Teacher Training Programs

The CALMING KIDS Teacher Training Program Offers Four Tracks: Click on the 4 tabs directly below ↙

This track is for those who would like to teach students in Preschool through Elementary School. Completion of Parts A, C, and D are required to become a Certified Children’s Yoga Teacher. [$455]

This track is for teachers of students in preschool through high school. Completion of Parts A – D are required. [$750]

To renew your CK certification, participation in ongoing yoga classes and the CK Certification Annual Renewal Fee ($25) is required.

Benefits of holding CK Certification:

  • Membership to the Ahimsa School of Peace
  • Inclusion in the Ahimsa School of Peace Teacher’s Directory
  • Access to Updated CK Training materials
  • 10% Discount on all CK products
  • 10% Discount on CK workshops & adult yoga class held at Energy Source Studio
  • 50 % off of the cost of registration to revisit a CK Certification Training

This track is for those who would like to teach students in Preschool through Elementary School. Completion of Online Training is required. This is only a certification training if you complete part D, otherwise you will just become a CK Educator [$250]

CALMING KIDS programs are designed for professionals who work with preschool- through high school– aged children. The curriculum trains teachers to implement non-denominational yoga-inspired techniques as a means of increasing concentration, relaxation, and fitness among students to promote non-violent communication and anger management.

Through its step-by-step curriculum and accompanying learning materials, CK trains its teachers in how to foster an environment of non-violent communication and conflict resolution. The program, which has been verified for efficacy in a four-year research study (see Research page), teaches simple yoga concepts, conflict-resolution strategies, and non-violent communication.Teachers will also learn calming techniques to use as part of their own practice, enabling them to become effective role models for students.