Restorative Yoga Foundations :: Teacher Training
JANUARY 31 @ 11:00 - 4:30PM
FEBRUARY 7 @ 11:00 - 4:00PM
EXPAND YOUR KNOWLEDGE.
REFINE YOUR TEACHING SKILLS.
Designed for New & Experienced Yoga Teachers.
This 10-hour foundational training targets theory, alignment, sequencing, and energetics of Restorative Yoga.
Utilizing props, gravity and breath, gain a basic understanding of how to calm the nervous system, release deeply held tensions, relieve harmful effects of chronic stress to feel more vibrant and present with a yogic approach.
What you'll learn:
How to create a deep restorative yoga experience.
How to work with the subtle body, poses, propping and alignment.
Develop techniques to invite more space and quietness into your body.
Connect with your essential nature to release and heal.
Techniques to create space for each student's restorative experience.
Address the effects of our ever-accelerating lives by quieting the brain.
Utilize Restorative Yoga to decrease anxiety, boost the immune system, and reset hormonal balance.
Restorative Yoga Foundations training will equip you with tools for building a restorative practice, incorporating them into your group classes, and creating your own personal practice.
Restorative Yoga Foundations Training Includes:
Lecture, Restorative Yoga experience, hands-on teaching practice, discussion,
training manual, and time for questions during this course.
We will dive into the following topics:
Relaxation Response theory and the central nervous system
Basic props use and alignment basics
Seeing the energy body in asana
Teaching skills: verbal cues, observing and effective sequencing
Pranayama, breath-work and guided Meditation to address stress and anxiety
CEU's: 10 hours+
dates & times
Sunday, Jan 31, 2021 - 11:00 - 4:30PM
Sunday, Feb 7, 2021 - 11:00 - 4:00PM
registration & pricing
Preregistration is required, and ends January 29, 2021.
Space is limited. Sorry, no drop-ins.
“Thank you so much for coming to the studio and sharing all your delicious, juicy, restorative knowledge with us. I have to say that it has been one of my favorite sections of teacher training so far."