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Learn to Teach Restorative Yoga Part TWO


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Are you a newer Yoga Teacher?

Do you wish that your 200 hr. Teacher Training would have added a little bit more about Restorative Yoga?

Are you curious about the anatomy and physiology of stress?

Are you interested in learning to teach Restorative Yoga?

If you answered yes to even one of the questions above, this is the training for you!  This Restorative Yoga teacher training has been designed with your needs in mind and is the first  of a two part training centered around teaching applications of Restorative Yoga... 

In accordance with our mission of providing quality continuing education for Yoga Teachers, admission to Part One of this training is priced with a $100 discount. $150 until February 15th, then the cost increases to $250.

Registration closes 2/20.  We need to make sure we have enough supplies on hand.

2/15- Early bird pricing ends.

2/20 registration closes.

 Judith Hanson Lasater's new Restorative Yoga Text.   

Judith Hanson Lasater's new Restorative Yoga Text.

 

Must be able to access Google Docs for manual as we are a paper free environment.

Text required, Restore and Rebalance-Yoga for Deep Relaxation by Judith Lasater.  

About your presenter

Kelly Colln has studied extensively with Judith Hanson Lasater for the past ten years.  She has been blessed with many opportunities to assist in Judith's Restorative Yoga Trainings.  Judith will no longer be traveling to Kansas City, MO.  As a result, Kelly has created this training, for you, based on her years of study with Judith Lasater (restorativeyogateachers.com)

Please feel free to contribute a healthy snack. No refined sugar in the studio please.

We will not be breaking for lunch.

 

>You will learn many different ways to manipulate the central nervous system allowing your students to experience deep states of pratyhara and relaxation.

>You will learn the underlying anatomy and physiology of stress as it relates to our modern day society.   

>You will also learn how to create Restorative Yoga poses if there is not a ready availability of blankets, bolsters and blocks, as well as, experience Restorative Yoga on the Great Yoga Wall.