Restorative Yoga Teacher Training
Level 1 with Lizzie Lassater
26th-28th Jan 2018
THIS TRAINING IS FULL NOW!
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THIS EVENT IS BEING HELD AT One Heart Yoga Studio, Abbotsford Convent, Hellier Street
In Restorative Yoga we discover the secret to going slow, paying attention, and being still. In Restorative Yoga, we practice deep rest and listen to the rhythm of our own hearts. In Restorative Yoga, we emphasize “being” rather than “doing.” Our bodies know how to relax. Our bodies know how to heal themselves. Restorative Yoga is about giving our bodies time and creating the conditions for relaxation and healing to occur. To teach Restorative Yoga we must first learn to practice Restorative Yoga. In this training, you will learn straightforward techniques for introspection and stillness. You will learn techniques to help your students soothe their overstimulated sympathetic nervous systems and find relief from the stress of their busy lives. Paradoxically, by giving your students the gift of intense rest, they will discover more energy for family, work, and creativity. Open to yoga teachers and serious students from all styles. Details for certification here: http://www.lizzielasater.com/certification
More about Lizzie Lasater
REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAINING
Required reading: “Restore and Rebalance: Yoga for Deep Relaxation” by Judith Hanson Lasater. (Publishing date: December 2017)
Students are required to bring their own props;
1 bolster, 5 blankets, 2 blocks and a strap.
Local participants are expected to bring all the required props.
Assistance for props will be available for interstate and international participants where possible.
Doug is scheduled back in Australia early 2019.
Contact us to be in touch with his next visit.
What was said About His Training :-
“Doug Keller embodies the wisdom of his teachings and generously shares this with his students. This is one of the most valuable trainings that I have undertaken during the 15 years that I have been teaching Yoga.” - Glenda Ford