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Mamata Yoga Training Courses

The Sanskrit word Mamata means “mother’s love” or “affection” in English, which is beautifully symbolic of all our teacher training programs as we build a community of love and support.

The intention behind our courses is to unite and create a dynamic group of professional yoga teachers, mothers, nurses, doulas and midwives who are passionate about creating a mindful connection between mother and baby during the process of pregnancy as well as labour and delivery.

Pre-natal yoga classes are currently among the most popular specified classes offered at studios or privately. Expectant mothers are seeking out qualified yoga instructors to ensure safe and effective yoga asana to sooth physical and emotional changes as well, specialized techniques such as pranayama and meditation for a more focused and calming birthing experience.


Yoga Alliance 85 hr Prenatal/ Postnatal YTT

This comprehensive 85 hour teacher training program is certified with…


Individual Modules

Cannot attend the full 85 hr training? Are you interested in attending either of…

Online Training Courses

Mamata Yoga ensures qualitiy and integrity throughout all of our teacher training options and our online program is no exception. With 15 hours of instructed recordings per training, connecting with Clare Newman (E-RYT 500, RPYT) and Heidi Mason (Physiotherapist and RYT 200, RPYT) this interactive program allows for informative discussions and shared experiences allowing every trainee the support and knowledge needed to teach prenatal and postnatal yoga with confidence and ease. Join out kula of women all of the world celebrating the journey into motherhood.


prenatal teacher training – 25HRS

Mamata Yoga’s Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training is widely recognized…



When a couple discovers “they’re pregnant,” it’s a momentous occasion…




Postnatal Yoga or Mom & Baby Yoga classes are THE most challenging classes…


Mentoring Program

With the popularity of Yoga Teacher Training programs and the abundance of yoga trainees, Mamata Yoga is elated to offer a mentoring program for teacher trainees looking for additional training and ongoing support after graduation.

Master Classes

Mamata Yoga takes great pride in offering credited and valuable information to mothers during pregnancy, labour and the postpartum stages. Our belief ‘We’re stronger as a Community’ builds upon the integration of supporting and sharing knowledge to help the collective consciousness of mothers and women as a whole.

Our Master Classes are designed with the intention to help educate mothers with honest information that is either being looked over or not being shared in our community. Gathering experts in their professional and respected fields to empower women to make informed decisions that will encourage growth, courage and the ability to be content with one’s’ decision making process given varied spectrum of shared ideas.

Join our panel of experts from the birthing world, to the yoga industry to the medical community. During each Master Class, choose a topic of interest, download the recording and watch on your own time. We’ve separated the Master Classes in into Pregnancy, Labour & Delivery and Postpartum fields to best educate mothers throughout their entire journey into motherhood. Our experts are educated and knowledgeable in their field and are passionate about the work they carry forward to help enlighten mothers along this choose and intended path. Mamata Yoga is thrilled to offer these Master Classes for all women who are expecting and eager to learn something outside of themselves and to connect to the highest potential.

Please email for more detailed information or click the links to register below.



Mindful Mama’s: A Guide of what to expect during Pregnancy


Mindful Meditation for Mother’s


The Female Pelvis during Pregnancy

3 L’s To Reclaim Your Fertility

Labour & Delivery


Conscious Birthing & Yoga Wisdom


Labour & Birth: Anatomical Considerations



Less is More when it Comes to the Core


Reframe Pain: Breath, Body and Mind

Coming Soon


Postpartum Healing: From the Inside, Out