Are you an active mum looking for a career change? Kangatraining has an opportunity for you!
How would you like to take your baby to work with you, be active and fit and train other mums at the same time? If this sounds like your dream job, Kangatraining Australia has a unique career opportunity for you!
Kangatraining is a low impact, low intensity, postnatal workout designed for mums to return to exercise safely and WITH their baby.
For the first time ever, Kangatraining Australia is bringing their Instructor Course to Perth, and they are on the hunt for a brilliant bunch of mums to take on this career change and get their dream job.
Whether you’re a first time mum or a mother of older children, Kangatraining will fit into your lifestyle to create flexibility and a class timetable that works for you.
While basic exercise and fitness industry experience are beneficial, the most important attributes for becoming a successful Kangatrainer are a positive attitude and a passion to support other mums to achieve their goals. There are no pre-requisites to complete the program.
The best part of the course? Babies are welcome to join in too! Kangatraining Australia understand that life with a little one can make it difficult to attend the program, however due to the nature of our business all babies can come along with mum for the week.
What is Kangatraining?
Kangatraining is a complete workout designed for postnatal women, but without the logistical nightmare of trying to find a babysitter or the stress of having to settle a crying baby during the class.
The focus of the workout is to enhance cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and muscular capacity and strength. Classes pay special attention to the pelvic floor and abdominal muscles and correct posture.
Along with the physical benefits, the emotional benefits include the opportunity to meet other local mums in a fun, relaxed environment.
As a fully certified Kangatraining instructor, you will undergo exams in anatomy and postnatal health, and be trained in babywearing safety. This includes the best practices for helping mums learn the safest and most comfortable carrying positions for their babies.
If this sounds like the opportunity of a lifetime you can request more information here.