For prospective or current yoga teachers, passionate & curious students, or anyone wanting to incorporate restorative practices and informed self care into their life.
Current teachers: learn to teach a new style of class, or integrate Yin & Restorative practices into your current offering. Hours are eligible for credit with the Yoga Alliance.
This training will include Pranayama, Meditation & Asana Practice, Theory & Discussion, Application to the teaching process, and homework assignments.
We will cover: Foundational Principles, History & Philosophy, Anatomy, Physiology, Training & Technique, Anatomical variations, modifications, and how to skillfully use props to empower your teaching and your personal practice.
Instructor: Jodi Dodd
20 hrs Yin: April 20-22, 2018 // OR // 20 hrs Restorative: April 27-29, 2018 // $349 before April 1 or $399 after April 1
40 hrs Yin + Restorative–sign up for both! /// $599 before April 1 or $649 after April 1
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All payments are non-refundable
Daily schedule for both weekends:
Fri 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Sat 11:30 am – 9:30pm (Break between 4:00 – 5:45 pm)
Sun 11 am – 8:30 pm (Break between 3:00 – 6:00 pm)
YIN Course Content:
*Learn to slow down, rest, create space, restore balance, and connect to a sense of ease from within
*Explore the history, philosophy, and intentions of Yin Yoga
*Yin/Yang theory: how it relates to the body and the practice of yoga
*Meditation and breath work. Exploring techniques in mantra, mudra, and pranayama, with relevance to this quiet practice
*An introduction to structural anatomy and how it relates to Yin yoga. We will look specifically into the fascial system, how our bodies are intricately connected, and the implications of Yin
*An anatomical look at bone variation, joint structure, meridians, and internal systems
*The Theory of Exercise; the physiological impact of Yin Yoga on the bones, joints and soft tissue
*Detailed study of Yin Asana; benefits and contraindications of each posture
*How to effectively use props, create modifications, make the practice accessible to a variety of body types, and support healing
*Holding space, setting boundaries, supportive language and guidance
*How to design an effective practice based on the student’s needs and the intended outcome
Reading: A Complete Guide to Yin Yoga – Bernie Clarke
Restorative Course Content:
*Explore the history, philosophy, and intentions of Restorative Yoga
*Learn to slow down, rest, create space, restore balance, access inner alignment and harmony
*Nervous system function, regulation and balance
*The physiological effects of Restorative Yoga – Measurable and immeasurable benefits
*The Autonomic Nervous System and the Relaxation Response
*Understanding the effects of stress on the body, using the practice as an antidote to stress
*Listening to the innate intelligence of the body
*Meditation and breath work, exploring how this contributes to balancing the nervous system
*How to skillfully use props to support the body and invite a deep release
*Holding space, optimizing the environment, using supportive language and guidance
*Create an individualized practice with specific therapeutic intentions, for yourself or others
*Restorative Yoga Asana
*Restorative Yoga Sequencing
*How to integrate restorative practices into your personal practice or your teaching
Reading: Relax & Renew – Judith Hanson Lasater
Jodi Dodd is a 500-Hour E-RYT, YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider).
Questions and info: 604-390-3330 or email@example.com