Dr. Jenna Copper

As a busy mom of two who is currently teaching full time, I really appreciated that I could work ahead and choose to attend the live lesson if time permitted.

We are honored to share a recent review of Yoga Ed. by Dr. Jenna Copper, high school english teacher and author. She creatively integrated Yoga Ed.’s Trauma-Informed Yoga for Youth course into her high school ELA classroom.  

“The 8-week training is grounded in research and begins with a solid philosophical foundation for teaching yoga to children and teens. I appreciated this broad age group because I plan to teach yoga in my classroom as well as at home with my own children.

This foundation was followed with practical applications for teaching yoga. These topics focused on the class environment, trauma-informed instruction, and lesson planning. I particularly benefited from the trauma-informed instruction as a complement to my general teaching knowledge.

I appreciated the asynchronous course content. All of the content is available at the beginning of the course. In addition, each week there is a live optional check in to support the weekly material. As a busy mom of two who is currently teaching full time, I really appreciated that I could work ahead and choose to attend the live lesson if time permitted. Because this was a really busy time for me, I often would watch the recap of the filmed live sessions, and I found this whole setup perfect for my situation.”

Read the full blog post on Dr. Jenna Copper’s website.