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Restorative Yoga (Level 2): Advanced Techniques for Teaching The Art of Stillness
October 18| $465
300-Hour Teacher Training Module with Nicole Bratt & Claudette Evans
“Restorative poses can be adapted to the student instead of the student trying to fit [themselves] into the shape and demands of an active yoga pose. Restorative yoga is about opening, not stretching. No matter what condition you are in, it is virtually always possible to find a position of ease that supports you in consciously letting go and resting.” ~Judith Hanson Lasater
Enrich your skill with teaching the art of deep relaxation, Restorative Yoga, during this advanced experiential training. This weekend is designed for yoga teachers who have taken a Restorative Yoga teacher training in the past, been teaching Restorative Yoga poses in their classes for at least 6 months, or students who’ve had a regular Restorative Yoga practice for at least a year.
During these three days, you will:
✓ Deepen your understanding of the biological and psychologicall benefits of Restorative Yoga
✓ Refine your understanding of how intentional sequencing can meet a desired goal or outcome for your students
✓ Hone your proficiency with theming for a Restorative class
✓ Learn advanced Restorative postures and how to provide options to meet individual needs
✓ Practice teach what you’ve learned with feedback
✓ Expand your existing hands-on repertoire for assisting students in these poses
Friday, Oct 18, 1:30-7:30p
Saturday, Oct 19, 1:30-8:00p
Sunday, Oct 20, 11:00am-4:00p
Hours: 17.5* (includes 6.0 hours of integrated Practicum)
$395 Early bird pricing through Sept 30
$465 Full price October 1 & after
This teacher training is open to anyone, part of our 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training program and qualify towards Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Credits (CECs). If you are taking this workshop toward your advanced teaching certification, please register for the 300-hour program in advance.
Please plan carefully: Refunds of 90% are granted up to 5 days prior to the class start; after which, no refunds are given.
About the instructors:
Nicole, a Midwest native, is committed to holding space for students so that they may benefit from this elegant practice we know as yoga. She is deeply honored to be doing just that as the Studio Manager at Seattle Yoga Arts. Her life passion is cultivating vibrant and inclusive community wellness, and she is excited to bring her diverse background as a graphic designer, yoga teacher, event planner, photographer, volunteer coordinator, and small business owner to SYA. email@example.com
As a group fitness instructor, Nicole explored yoga briefly in her 20s, but initially there was little resonance. When yoga crossed her path again in her 30s, she discovered she was ready to fully embrace its life-changing gifts. Her path led to completing both 200-hr and 500-hr teacher trainings at Yoga Tree San Francisco, and she now specializes in Restorative, gentle, therapeutic, and prenatal modalities. She is passionate about the power of stillness as a transformational experience, as well as an antidote to urban living. After 12+ years living, working, and studying in San Francisco, Nicole transplanted to our lush, beautiful Seattle. When she’s not at the studio, you are likely to find Nicole outdoors, listening to live music, creating art, making/eating delicious food, adventuring near and far, or taking a nap. nicolebrattyoga.com
Claudette, E-RYT 500, has been a student of yoga for more than 20 years and a teacher for over a decade. Claudette has a genuine passion for meeting students where they are, helping guide them toward an experience of greater strength and freedom, while allowing them to discover the wisdom that already lies within. She continues to expand her knowledge of yoga through the study of the Sanskrit language, and shares its beauty with curious and devoted students who wish to deepen their practice. You’ll find Claudette’s classes infused with her warm, integrative, and creative spirit. Her enthusiasm and curiosity are catching, and it’s clear that her teaching draws on her own love of physicality, and mental engagement. Through a deft weaving of precise alignment, thoughtful insight, and a great sense of humor, her classes create space for self-expression, clarity of focus, and the sheer joy of being embodied. firstname.lastname@example.org
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