Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Yoga Teacher Training

30hr Restorative Teacher Training with Lizzie Lasater

Silence is contagious.

In the first half of this training, our focus is on learning to practice Restorative yoga. In the second half, the frame shifts to sharing this active relaxation with our students.

How can we best support our students to find silence in the midst of our cacophonous 21st century? How do we make space for the unseen inner work of yoga in a culture ever more mesmerized by materiality and consumerism? How can we personally integrate a profession about slowing down and giving our attention to spiritual growth into our accelerating lives?

This training is a targeted look at the theory, alignment, sequencing, and energetics of Restorative yoga. You will learn, for example, to teach supported inversions, the most advanced poses for quieting the brain, decreasing anxiety, boosting the immune system, and hormonal balance.

Students who have already completed a 15 hour Restorative Training with with Lizzie Lasater can attend the second half of this training. A certificate is available from Lizzie when you attend all sessions and complete a digital course and written project.

Thursday 01.11.
8:00-12:00 and 14:00-18:30

Friday 02.11.
10:00-13:00 and 14:00-18:30

Saturday 03.11.
8:00-12:30 and 14:00-16:30

Sunday 4.11.
8:00-12:00 and 13:45-16:45

Regular price from June 2nd

Students who already have a 15h Certification from Lizzie may join Saturday and Sunday for completing 30 hours

Suggested reading: “Relax and Renew: Restful Yoga for Stressful Times” by Judith Hanson Lasater.

About Lizzie:

Raised in San Francisco and trained as a designer, Lizzie Lasater teaches yoga workshops internationally and online. She sometimes jokes that yoga ”runs in the family“ because her Mom, Judith Hanson Lasater co-founded Yoga Journal magazine and has been teaching since 1971. You can find Lizzie on social media where she posts daily about deceleration. She lives in the Alps with her Austrian husband.

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