Restorative yoga uses props like chairs, blocks, straps, sandbags, bolsters, and blankets to completely support the body and enable the mind and body to release tension, stress, and blockages. It is slow-paced, gentle and calming and is particularly effective at calming the nervous system.
Our restorative yoga teacher training gives you the tools to address and bring balance to your and your students’ health and wellness issues. In our overwhelming, fast-paced world where we are subject to constant stimuli (traffic, media, people, jobs, families, etc) and stress, our sympathetic nervous systems tend to be in a state of constant arousal. This contributes to conditions ranging from anxiety to insomnia to burnout to inflammatory diseases such as diabetes and Alzheimer’s. Restorative yoga helps you make space to destress and promote parasympathetic activity. As we gently nudge our nervous system towards parasympathetic tone, restorative yoga allows the “rest and digest” system of our bodies to work and heal.
- History & lineage
- Purpose of & the Nervous system
- Myofascia anatomy
- Understand Fascial theory
- Therapeutic alignment
- Trauma-informed assists
- Blending Yoga Nidra training
- The Polyvagal theory
$990 + 5% GST
Includes Tuition & Manual
For Dates, Times and Location of the Next Training:
SEE THE OVERVIEW 300 HOUR PAGE
200 hour yoga teacher training is not a prerequisite
Teacher: Niki inglis, M Ed, M Arch, ERYT 500 YACEP