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Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

Train to Teach Restorative Yoga

  • Starts Mar 1
  • 600 Canadian dollars
  • 46397 Old Mail Road, Meaford, On N4L 1W7

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Service Description

RESTORATIVE YOGA TEACHER TRAINING with Beth Rutty [ 17.5 Hour Certification ] Date: March 1-3, 2024 Times: Friday 3:30-8:30 pm, Saturday 8:00 am-5:00 pm & Sunday 8 am - 1 pm Location: Yoga at Spirit Ridge - Meaford Investment: $600 (tax in) Suitable for: anyone who would like to experience, learn and offer this healing practice. You do not need to be a yoga teacher. Includes 3 8hr days of study and practice + Case Study homework [ 2  - 1:1 clients ] and a manual with pictures, sequences and more. Suitable for: anyone who would like to experience, learn and offer this healing practice. You do not need to be a yoga teacher. Description: Restorative Yoga, the yoga of non-doing, is a core practice underlying the very essence of yoga. Even those with an active yoga practice will benefit from the inner peace and deep release of Restorative Yoga. It is a practice that speaks directly to the Central Nervous System. Supported and stabilized by various props, one experiences the yoga postures as profoundly relaxing and deeply rejuvenating, invoking a natural state of healing rest, renewal and equanimity. In this 17.5 hour workshop Yoga Teachers will experience a practice each day to feel the effects first hand. We will break down the class sequences and each categories of poses. We will also support each other in partners or small group work in order to see and sense what different individuals might need for comfort as well as sequence and teach a class in groups. Each teacher will be encouraged to step outside the box and get creative to serve their students for the ultimate comfort experience in which they can let go the weight of the world. Fundamentals of Teaching Restorative Yoga 1. What is Restorative Yoga? History/lineage 2. Why do we need it? 3. How is it different from other styles? 4. Benefits of RY 5. Principles of RY 6. Introduction to the Central Nervous System (CNS) ◦ Sympathetic ◦ Parasympathetic - introduction to the Polyvagal Theory ◦ Signs and symptoms – both systems 7. Exploring poses – rationale, set up, props and timing – anchoring and supporting; the art of touch (touchless touch); adjustments with blankets; use of sandbags, eye pillows and tennis balls...and more 8. Importance of meditation techniques and the language of RY 9. Use of music and silence 10. Sequencing a class/workshop 11. How long is optimal? 12. Make time to experience the practice for yourself


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Contact Details

  • 46397 Old Mail Road, Meaford, ON, Canada

    9055100656

    beth@bethruttyyoga.com


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