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40 Hour Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

Venue

Santosha Yoga Studio

32A Ropergate Pontefract WF81LY

Dates

19th & 20th October, 26th & 27th October 2024

Timings

Saturday & Sunday 09.00 - 17.00 (Includes one hour lunch & plenty of tea & snack breaks) 

Cost

£450.00

Payment

Payment of a £150 deposit secures a place. Please note that this deposit is non-refundable.  The balance will need to be paid 8 weeks before the course starts. 

Course framework - 32 hours are held at the studio and 8 hours is reflective work and class attendance.

As part of the course, we ask you to attend a minimum of two Restorative style classes, this could be at our studio or somewhere else.

Included: One month class pass for you to enjoy, while you are studying with us. Kitchen facilities, a selection of teas. Use of props and studio equipment. 

Not Included: Food is sadly not provided, however, there is plenty of shops and cafes in the town centre. 

Restorative yoga facilitates the recalibration of our nervous systems. It shifts us from an often dull but constant state of stress (our sympathetic or fight/flight/freeze response), towards a more healing and integrative state (our parasympathetic or rest & digest response).

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This practice is ideal for processing and releasing the stress of modern life. In this way, restorative yoga can be helpful to everyone and is an accessible practice for students of all levels of experience or fitness. 

You will learn what makes restorative yoga such a powerful practice, exploring the effects of restorative yoga on the nervous system and its ability to help combat anxiety and stress and improve physical and mental health. The training will explore how the practice can help us listen deeply to uncover our true nature and how teachers can help facilitate this.

The course is suitable for qualified yoga teachers, teacher trainees and practitioners who want to deepen their knowledge of restorative yoga.

Course Content:

  • Daily restorative yoga practice 

  • Fundamental restorative poses; set-up, modifications, adjustments 

  • Benefits of Restorative Yoga and Contraindications 

  • The history of restorative yoga 

  • The science behind restorative yoga and particular asanas 

  • The yoga philosophy that underpins restorative yoga 

  • How to sequence a restorative class and feel comfortable with props 

  • Reflection and journaling 

  •  Anatomical overview of muscles and joints. 

  • The vagus nerve, Energetic nervous system and restpiration for rest.  

  • An exploration of what restorative yoga is and what it is not 

  • Infusing Meditation and Nidra into the practice 

  • Teaching skills - getting comfortable with silence, breath awareness, language & and voice, a safe space 

Eligibility:

Everyone is welcome to join. 
It is recommended that participants have some experience of restorative yoga before attending the course. 

 

Accreditation:

This training qualifies for CPD with Yoga Alliance Professionals.
To teach restorative yoga participants must already have a Yoga Teacher Training Diploma.
You need to attend the full training to receive the certificate. If you miss a part of the course due to illness or unforeseen circumstances you may still be eligible for a certificate. Still, you must arrange a separate session to cover the modules. There will be an additional charge for this.

Ready to sign up? 

To sign up, please click the purchase button and fill in the form below. We'll send out your confirmation after. 

When you book your place you'll have an option to pay your deposit or pay in full.

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