Earn Academic Credit with LMU Extension: Teaching Teen's Yoga (8-Week Course)
Receive semester hours upon completion of our online teen's yoga teacher training course.
This course gives you the skills and confidence to learn how to teach yoga and mindfulness to teenagers ages 13 to 18.
Through this eight-week course, you will learn the theory and science behind the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social benefits of yoga for teens.
You will gain the confidence to lesson plan for your students through ample opportunities to embody and practice teach yoga breathing, postures, games, and relaxation exercises throughout the course.
Emphasis will be placed on teaching you how to offer yoga as a standalone physical education class, unit in a physical education class, or health class to meet national PE and health standards.
Upon completion of our course, you will be fully equipped with the knowledge and tools to help adolescents build a lifetime of health and wellness through the practice of yoga.
No experience required. Mat recommended :)
How It Works
Flexible course structure to meet your schedule demands.
- This course takes place over eight weeks.
- Each week includes 2-6 hours of course material (module).
- Modules include video lectures, live check ins, interactive exercises, downloadable lesson plans, reflection questions, quizzes, and key teaching points for each grade group.
- Upon completion of this course, you will be eligible to receive 3.5 semester hours with LMU Extension. To receive your semester hours, you must complete the following steps:
- Complete the LMU course registration form by the course start date. The form will be available to you upon registration.
- Complete your online teen's yoga teacher training.
- Satisfy all course requirements for a certificate of completion: watch course videos, score a cumulative 80% or higher on quizzes, and complete your final project by two weeks after the course end date.
In a new, self-paced format, this training allows you to learn at your own pace and repeat lectures and practices as often as you’d like!
Next Session: August 6 - September 30
Get a headstart on coursework.
You will receive access to all self-paced coursework as soon as you enroll.
Weekly check-ins will be held every Tuesday at 3:30pm PST | 6:30pm EST.
Please note you must register for LMU credit prior to the course start date. Course credit will not be granted after the session begins.
What Students are Saying...
“Thank you for all the wonderful training you have provided. It has been a transformative experience for me, and I hope to share that with my students.”
“I truly loved this course and am so excited to start implementing these lessons and tools at the Outreach School I am currently working out. . . Thank you again for your dedication and passion – it really shows in your facilitation of the course.”
Original Price: $299
Meet Your Instructors
Brynne Caleda, M.Ed., E-RYT is a leader in the field of yoga education. As CEO of Yoga Ed., Brynne champions the efficacy of innovative, evidence-based yoga programs for schools to establish lifelong foundations for student’s fitness, wellness, and productivity. Over the past decade, Brynne has worked closely with educators, health professionals, and parents to enrich school communities with yoga tools to more authentically and effectively teach to their students and children. A pioneer of yoga education in Hawaii, Brynne is also the founder of Stretch Your Imagination, a non-profit that creates sustainable yoga programs for Hawaii’s schools. When not at home in paradise with her two year old son, you can find Brynne leading trainings and empowering educators to integrate yoga into schools across Europe, Asia, and the United States.
A strategist by trade and scientist at heart, Julia earned her degree in Human Biology with a focus on the Brain & Behavior at Brown University. While studying in Providence, Julia joined the Britton Lab to examine the effects of mindfulness-based practices on emotion and affect in teenage students. Through her research studies, Julia witnessed the power of teaching life skills from an early age and now deeply believes its potential to transform the holistic health of future generations. Julia is currently the head of operations at Yoga Ed. and strives to leverage technology to share yoga education with communities worldwide.
Jason Battung is a full-time yoga teacher in Santa Monica High School’s Physical Education Department. An Ohioan from Cleveland’s east side, he studied economics and management at The University of Pennsylvania Wharton School while earning three varsity letters in football and two Ivy League Championships. Jason began his yoga practice in 2001 to replace the physical regiment of his athletic background, which quickly evolved into an exploration of all aspects of yoga philosophy and history, eventually coalescing in a Master of Arts in Yoga Studies from Loyola Marymount University.