Learn to teach the Restorative Yoga practices including Yoga Nidra and Mindfulness
This Course is Appropriate for:
Qualified yoga teachers, trainee yoga teachers, aspiring yoga teachers (although please be aware that you won’t be able to teach Restorative Yoga until you have your 200 hour qualification).
Also for massage therapists, physiotherapists, body workers, counselors… in fact, anyone who works with minds and bodies, and who would like to deepen their understanding of the nervous system, the importance of rest, and the mind-body connection.
And anyone who would like to learn to rest; whether this is to practice rest and relaxation at home, or to encourage friends and family to indulge in rest. In this day and age, stress is so common. It’s more likely that we’ll be on the go, planning what’s next and trying to fit everything in. The practice of Restorative Yoga helps to counter-balance this; to encourage us to activate the ‘rest and digest’ response. This helps us find clarity, peace, creativity and rest.
This training will take place online via Zoom.
book your place here
What the last group said:
“Dina’s so knowledgable and generous with her knowledge. There was so much practice setting up poses for different bodies. And the led sessions in the morning were a fantastic way to start the day ” Holly
“I loved the relaxed, informal approach…enough structure alongside flexibility to have a balanced experience. So helpful hearing about Dina’s own experiences with each component and coming away with new skills, techniques which I can use personally and with others” Anna
“I had never practiced Yoga Nidra before and will definitely include it in my life and in my teachings” Zoe
This 20 hour Teacher Training course (18 contact hours + 2 hours home study) will include daily Mindfulness and Yoga Nidra practice, as well as instruction in:
- Yoga Nidra
- What is yoga Nidra
- Setting up, safety and structure
- Script variations and therapeutic possibilities
- Continuum States of Consciousness
- Sleep, hypnosis and Yoga Nidra
- Practical applications
- Depression, Stress, Insomnia, ME
- What is mindfulness
- Mindfulness practices in daily life
- Explaining mindfulness to others
- Yoga Nidra
- A look at the Nervous System
- Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous system
- How stress affects us
- Yoga Nidra and Mindfulness to balance the nervous system
What the last group said:
“I loved the variety of teaching styles from her own experience, practice and discussion as well as lots of our own practice to see how things felt for us and our partners” Maddy
“I benefited so much from being in the poses and enjoyed putting others in them too. It was a great introduction to Yoga Nidra and has inspired me to practice and investigate further” Angela
“I enjoyed the fluidity of the teaching which allowed me to make it my own and hopefully become a conscious and authentic teacher. Lots of time to experience and teach both Yoga Nidra and Restorative Yoga with great feedback from Dina and peers” Emma
Yoga Hero, Leeds
(The studio is three doors down from Pizza Express)
Leeds Dock is a 10 minute walk from Leeds Train Station
There is free parking for two hours all around the dock, and there’s a multistorey car park signposted, view the website here >
There are many very reasonably priced AirBnBs on the Dock
Leeds is a quite small city with loads going on. The whole city is walkable by foot, probably 40 minutes’ walk from one end to the other at a steady pace. There’s many independent restaurants and cafes, with our favourite North Star Coffee Shop just two doors down from the studio, serving incredible coffee and food during the day.
If you have any questions about Leeds; what to do, where to stay, or how to get here, just ask the team: firstname.lastname@example.org // 07743513225.