Many of you have asked about mentoring and supervision - this is now coming into place so please get in touch if you would benefit from support! As a senior Teen Yoga teacher, I am directly mentored by Charlotta and work closely with her to ensure that I provide the best possible guidance to you on your journey as a teen yoga teacher.
The mentoring and supervision is done on Skype meetings which costs £40 per hour, of which £5 is donated to the Teen Yoga Foundation. You can email me directly email@example.com to book in for a meeting, and how regularly we meet is totally up to you based on your needs. Some people may like a more regular weekly meeting to help keep the momentum going, whereas others may want to drop in every month or two to reflect on how things are going and reassess how you are moving towards your vision.
This service is offered for graduates of the Teen Yoga Foundation course run with Charlotta Martinus. If you haven’t qualified with the Teen Yoga Foundation, you can find out more information about it here (for the in person courses 60hrs, 5 day training courses) or here (for the online 100hrs course). Both are fully certified by the Yoga Alliance .
You want to get into working in schools or setting up your own classes either as after-school clubs, or in PE or PSHE or tutorial times. (We can discuss how to approach schools, marketing options, getting staff and parents on board, pricing etc.).
You are a teacher and you want to bring yoga into your school (with a whole school approach).
You want to set up classes outside of school context and market them using social media.
You did your training a while ago and want someone to help you know where to start and get the ball rolling, or someone to help you reflect on challenges you’ve faced so far and help to overcome them.
You want to use your unique strengths and experience to benefit young people.
You want to have support planning lessons or have someone to reflect on your lesson plans with.
You want someone to help you with momentum to launch new ideas and help you reach your goals within a set-time frame.
You are (or want to be) working with challenging young people and want to bring yoga to them, and you would lie some support and a place to reflect on behaviour management techniques and challenges that may come up.
You are unsure of how to transition from full-time teaching (or other work) to more yoga-based work either part-time or full-time.
You want to continue your personal growth journey as a yoga teacher and would like some help finding new inspiration, resources and ideas.
You want to get a website set up, and set up or have guidance on how to use social media to market effectively as well as create print marketing materials.
Rosie Peacock BA Hons, PGCE, MSc is a qualified secondary school teacher, yoga teacher, coach and mentor. She is currently completing a masters in applied positive psychology and coaching psychology accredited by the EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council). She is a qualified hatha yoga teacher, who trained in Sivananda style yoga in Kerala, India. Rosie is a Teen Yoga teacher who qualified two and a half years ago on Charlotta’s Manchester Teen Yoga course, and has transitioned from being a full-time secondary school teacher, to focusing on teaching yoga to young people and adults in a variety of settings full-time.
Rosie worked as a secondary school English teacher internationally and in the UK, and understands the differences and needs of both international school students vs English state and private schools. Alongside teaching English, she led wellbeing and pastoral services in UK secondary schools including after school electives: yoga for teens, mindfulness for teens and writing for wellbeing. She was so inspired by the Teen Yoga course with Charlotta that she helped to create the digital training to share the transformational course worldwide. Rosie currently works as a tutor on the online Teen Yoga TTC as supports Charlotta in delivering in-person courses in London and Spain. She also teaches intervention groups of young people with ADHD and behavioural challenges as well as teaching yoga to school staff. Rosie is an avid reader and life-long learner and loves to suggest books, podcasts, youtube videos and other resources to help you deepen your knowledge of yoga and working with young people.
Rosie is currently working on her MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology from University of East London (UEL and EMCC accredited).
PGCE in English - Teaching and Learning a Foreign Language (Specialism - English) from Universidad San Jorge
First-Class English and Creative Writing Degree (University of East Anglia).
200hrs Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in India (Yoga Alliance Certified)
Teen Yoga and Mindfulness qualification (Yoga Alliance Certified), level 3 Sports Coach.
Yoga Nidra and Meditation Teacher Training