Restorative Yoga Teacher Training
A Message From Kari
If you’ve enjoyed Restorative Yoga, you know that it is a slow, peaceful approach that can help nourish body, mind, and spirit. Restorative Yoga provides insight and awareness as a meditative practice. There are both physiological and spiritual underpinnings to the practice, combining yogic philosophy elements and the various practices that come from it.
In the training, Kari Ross-Berry, E-RYT-500 & C-IAYT, will draw on her studies in Restorative Yoga and Yoga Therapy to help you learn the skills to:
• Deepen your connection to yourself and your source.
• Learn the art of release that is inherent to yogic practice.
• Teach a Restorative Yoga class.
• Incorporate elements of Restorative Yoga into your regular classes.
• Understand the philosophical and physiological elements of Restorative Yoga.
• Skillfully use yoga props and relaxation techniques in your own practice and teaching.
This program qualifies for 14 CEUs with Yoga Alliance. This is a hands-on intensive featuring lessons in anatomy, asana modifications, sequencing, benefits/ contraindications, pranayama, and yoga nidra. You will also be provided the opportunity to practice-teach Restorative Yoga with your fellow trainees during the training.
We are excited to help guide you towards a deep understanding of Restorative Yoga. Our intention is for you and your students to reap the benefits of this nourishing and powerful practice.
This 14-hour training is ideal if you are a yoga teacher or student who wants to explore Restorative Yoga to add to your teaching repertoire or your personal experience of yoga. You will learn the theories behind restorative yoga practices as well as study relevant points about supported asana, pranayama, and meditation. You will explore how to guide Restorative Yoga classes as a supportive, safe, and deep inner exploration.
You have either a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training certification and/or have been practicing in this style of yoga for a minimum of six months.
By registering for this training, you are assuming all responsibility for your fitness for the program including consideration of any medications you may be taking and have doctor's clearance for any condition you may have.
• Yoga Mat
• Two Blankets
• Two Blocks
• One Yoga Strap (or something similar)
• One Bolster (if unavailable extra blankets will do).
• Eye Pillow (if desired)