TWO WORKSHOPS with Nicole Bratt & Claudette Evans
It is often said that savasana is the most difficult pose. How can that be?! Savasana looks like a nap at the end of your yoga practice. Fatigued muscles get to relax, tense shoulders and jaws soften, and the eyes close to reflect a quieter state of mind.
However, this simple-sounding pose can be more challenging than you might realize; the body can cause distractions, the mind may try to resist the state of deep relaxation, and emotions may swell and overwhelm. Savasana is the ultimate act of conscious surrender, and it takes both practice and patience to master!
With the state of the world around us, cultivating the art of savasana is more valuable than ever. Even a few minutes in the pose can have powerful benefits.
Learning how to “do nothing” is a skill that can help you achieve increased wellness and nourish your deepest source so that you may bring your best self to the people, world, and work you care for most!
The Art of Savasana Workshop | 1:00-3:30pm
This workshop includes demonstrations and personal practice of poses and discussion. There will be some partner work.
- Discover the benefits & common challenges of savasana
- Learn the 5 steps to an optimal savasana
- Review & practice teach four unique versions of savasana, along with variations for different body types/needs
- Enjoy practicing this rewarding pose
This workshop is open to yogis and teachers of any level.
Refining Restorative Assists Workshop | 4:30-7:00pm
This experiential training includes demonstrations and personal experience of poses, as well as hands-on adjustments, verbal cueing practice, lecture, inquiry, and discussion.
- Discover your ability to help students access deeper states of healing and insight
- Explore how to sense your students’ needs and how to use touch to optimally move energy
- Develop confidence in your approach to hands-on teaching
- Cultivate best practice of communication and touch
This workshop is geared toward yoga teachers, but is open to yogis who have been practicing for a year or more.
Like most Restorative poses, savasana can calm the nervous system and help relieve mild depression, high blood pressure, headaches, fatigue, and insomnia. Join us for one or both of these special workshops to cultivate both mastery and skill for this important and nourishing pose.
Saturday, February 11
The Art of Savasana: 1:00-3:30pm
Refining Restorative Assists: 4:30-7:00pm
$50 each early bird through Feb 11
$60 each full price Feb 12 and after
Both workshops in combination: $90 early bird / $110 full price
This workshop is open to anyone, qualifies for Continuing Education Credits through Yoga Alliance, and qualifies for hours credit in our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program. If you are taking this workshop toward your advanced teaching certification, please register for the 300-hour program in advance.