Radiance Power Yoga

Prenatal Teacher Development Program

Join us for our Radiant Mama prenatal teacher development program!

This training is for anyone who has completed a 200 hr teacher training and is interested in deepening their knowledge with a 85 hr prenatal YTT certificate.

PYTT is also open to anyone who wants to better understand how to support their own body during and after pregnancy through their yoga practice!


You must have a 200hr YTT credential to be a certified Prenatal Yoga Teacher.

However, there are no prerequisites to take this training.


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    THE PROMISE OF THE ptdp training

    You will leave this training with:

    • An understanding of the mechanics of pregnancy and birth, including:
      •  Anatomy & Physiology for the perinatal body.
      • The psychology of pregnancy and postpartum
      • Differences and differentiating low risk pregnancy vs. high risk pregnancy.
      • Knowledge of the various healthcare practitioners and providers involved in pregnancy.
      • Common physical pregnancy ailments, discomforts, and injuries.
      • Labor and the process of birth.
    • The ability to guide a pregnant person through meditation, breath work and yoga asana practices, including:
      • Structuring a prenatal class.
      • Do’s and don’ts for the pregnant and postpartum body.
      • Modifications for yoga asana for each trimester.
      • Benefits of yoga during pregnancy and postpartum.
      • Adjustments for prenatal yoga.
      • Translation of Subtle body anatomy to the pregnant body.
    • Application of traditional yoga philosophy and ethics to the pregnant and postpartum yogi.
    • And much more!

    PTDP Leadership Team

    Perinatal Team Lead

    Janine Mason

    Jessica Finver
    Studio Owner

    Jessica Finver

    Perinatal Team Lead

    Janine Mason

    Janine took her first yoga class in 2008. After feeling the freedom of anxiety lifting and strength building both inside and out, she felt called to certify as a yoga teacher. She graduated from Denver’s Samadhi Center of Yoga in 2009. A month later she moved to Canada and began teaching various classes including vinyasa, mommy and me and hot yoga. Pregnant at the time, she quickly found her love for prenatal yoga growing and was mentored by a master teacher and gathered more techniques from a number of other wonderful teachers. It didn’t take long to learn that she had started on her mama-loving path. In 2013 she completed her Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training at Yo Mama in Boulder. She has a deep respect and adoration for mamas and babies – on the inside and out – and enjoys nothing more than leading these women through a class filled with love, laughter, asana and relaxation.

    Shortly after having her first son, she was called to be a birth doula. After having her second son, she finally got certified and started serving mamas through this incredible experience. She is truly honored to do this work and is humbled by each birth.

    Janine has her BS in Early Childhood Education and is working on her Childbirth Educator Certification. She lives in Longmont with her four amazing boys. She spends her free time running, baking and attempting to sew.

    Studio Owner

    Jessica Finver

    I was drawn to the yoga mat for the physical challenge, and quickly discovered and fell in love with the many, ever changing rigors of the practice. The work I have done on my mat has since transformed my relationship with myself in such a way that I feel compelled to share that magic with others through teaching. I have completed two 200hr Baptiste Yoga teacher trainings, and over 200hrs of yoga trainings with the Baptiste Institute. My classes are both nurturing and rigorous – a combination that I believe encourages possibility and openness in our bodies and minds.