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Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

Get to know this practice that calms the nervous system and creates overall health in the body.

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The Yoga of non -doing


Restorative Yoga is a very gentle yoga practice designed to calm the nervous system and create overall health in the body. It offers simple yet powerful postures that can be integrated into existing yoga classes, healing treatments, or used to teach restorative-specific classes.

Restorative Yoga is a regenerative healing tool that reduces stress by supporting the body’s innate responses towards homeostasis and health.

Through the use of supported yoga postures, breathing, and meditative techniques, a profound sense of relaxation can infuse one’s entire being, leading to healing.

Restorative Yoga techniques are helpful in the treatment of nervous system disorders, such as insomnia, hypertension, anxiety, and specific ailments such as cancer, although it is often used for structural re-alignment and the healing of injuries.

When the body is fully supported, it will naturally relax, releasing deeply held tensions. Restorative yoga is the yoga of non-doing, and focuses on effortlessness and ease, using well-placed blankets, bolsters, yoga straps, and chairs to safely support the body in various postures. This process invokes a natural state of balance, regeneration, and healing rest.

During this 25-hr program, learn a full series of restorative postures, complemented with gentle stretching, breathing, and meditation. Through direct experience, practice teaching, and feedback, you leave with the ability to confidently teach a primary series of restorative poses to your students as well as incorporate them into your own practice.


Who will benefit from this training?

Certified Yoga Instructors wishing to expand their knowledge of restorative Yoga, teach restorative yoga classes, and add to their class offerings. CEU credits and a Restorative Yoga Certification.


You will learn:

  • The benefits of restorative yoga​

  • Asanas that naturally induce a state of relaxation and restoration

  • How to effectively support the body in each posture with props

  • How to support people with injuries, stress, or chronic pain

  • Restorative postures that can be effectively integrated into Hatha Yoga Classes Restorative Yoga

  • Teach as a stand-alone practice for those who have physical limitations, are recovering from injuries and illnesses, experience stress, insomnia, or fatigue, or are energetically drained or are aging to practice yoga.

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