TEACHER TRAINING with Claudette Evans & Nicole Bratt
Steeped in the lineage of Iyengar, and the style of Judith Lasater, Restorative yoga has become one of the most sought-after class styles in the US, particularly in urban areas. The reason is obvious—relaxation. With the speed of modern life, people desire efficient, effective, and transformative ways to rest and rejuvenate.
Restorative yoga is a receptive practice where the body is passive while completely supported by props. By stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system, Restorative yoga allows students to release physical, mental, and/or emotional exhaustion, tension, and patterning, all while cultivating compassionate attention. Among its benefits are improved sleep, digestion, and blood pressure, as well as reduced stress, anxiety, and depression.
Embrace and explore the art of relaxation with Claudette and Nicole as they weave lecture with practice for this nourishing and experiential weekend. During these three days, you will:
Define Restorative yoga and how it is distinct from other forms of yoga
Gain an understanding of the science behind why Restorative yoga works
Master traditional Restorative postures, and learn to adapt them to meet individual needs
Learn to plan thoughtful sequences and mindful transitions between poses
Develop and refine your teaching skills to create attentive physical support for different bodies
Sharpen your observation skills, and make adjustments and assists to optimize your students’ experience
Learn how to create an appropriate setting for a Restorative yoga practice, including cultivating spaciousness in the classroom
Friday, January 18, 1:30-7:00p
Saturday, January 19, 1:30-7:00p
Sunday, January 20, 11:00a-4:00p
16.0 (includes 6.0 hours of integrated Practicum)
Please plan to be present for the entire weekend; partial enrollment will not be allowed.
$340 Early bird pricing through January 6
$400 Full price January 7 & after
This weekend is open to anyone, part of our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program, and qualify towards Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits (CECs). If you are taking this workshop toward your advanced teaching certification, please register for the 300-hour program in advance.