We're so encouraged to be witnessing a growing recognition of the importance of Restorative Yoga, as well as a trend for slowing down regular asana practice! Studio timetables are creating slots for Restorative classes and many teachers are including elements of the practice in their own workshops and retreats. Of course, there are various teacher trainings for you to consider, but after several years of offering this training we have refreshed, updated and enhanced our content for 2018.
Course Director, Beverley Nolan, has co-created a syllabus that is based on many years practice, teaching and training others in Restorative Yoga. Inspired by the work of Judith Hanson Lasater, Donna Farhi, Roger Cole and Richard Miller, and her work with Linda Hartley and Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen she draws strongly on the principles of embodied anatomy,somatic psychology and trauma-sensitivity throughout.
Co-teacher Tiffany Thorne brings unique insights from yoga philosphy texts and her growing body of work in Emboded Sanskrit.
It's our desire that you come away from our training informed, equipped and inspired, and ready to maximise the potential of your time and financial investment with us. We'd also like you to be as passionate about the practice as we are!
Enhance your understanding of the body's stress and relaxation responses
Get to grips with polyvagal theory, the enteric nervous system, and interoceptive capability
Familiarise yourself with matters of trauma-sensitivity both theoretical and practical
Explore and apply the principles of embodied anatomy throughout
Explore a full range of postures - including what we like to call Prop-Lite practice, ie when your studio doesn't have all the kit you'd like!
Learn how to structure and deliver effective classes
Unravel and practice the concept of yoga nidra
Connect with the roots of supported practice in yoga philosophy.
Work in a small learning group - we guarantee there will be no more than 20 participants
Be confident that your training is registered with Yoga Alliance (Intl) as a 60 hour CPD (includes approximately12 hours of pre-course study and 12 hours of homework between the weekends.)
DATES & VENUE
This 6 day course runs over 2 weekends and our next location is LONDON.
You will need to attend ALL the training days as part of your certification requirements. Each training day begins promptly at 10.30am and finishes at 5.30pm. These are the dates for your diary.
14-16 Jun & 19-21 Jul 2019 at The Arc Centre, London N1 7DF
We're delighted to be bringing this course to you in collaboration with the lovely Beverley Nolan at Barefoot Body Training
We accept a maximum of 20 students on this course. We think that keeping course numbers small is the best way to ensure a high level of input from your tutors in both your learning and self-development. We hope you agree.
Course Fee £720
A £200 non-refundable deposit to hold your place when accepted on to the course
Balance of £520 to be made by 31 May 2018
As part of our commitment to accessibility to core training and ongoing professional development, it is important to us that we minimise financial barriers wherever possible. To this end we offer a bursary scheme on our Restorative Teacher Training. Applicants must be able to demonstrate their need for financial support, demonstrate their own dedication to the practice of yoga, as well as present their vision for taking Restorative Yoga out into community/outreach settings. To make an initial enquiry, please get in touch please CONTACT US
Bursary application must be made by 28 February 2018.
1. Confirm that you hold a 200hr yoga teaching qualification or similar, or you are working towards a 200hr qualification on a current yoga teacher training or yoga therapy training
2. Once you have been offered a place, we will provide details to pay your deposit /balance.
3.I f you have any questions about the course content and would like to join, please CONTACT US