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All retreats and in-person trainings are on hold until we can gather safely in person.

Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

Amidst the demands of a fast-paced life and societal pressures to strive and accomplish more, many students are seeking experiences that help them slow down and find balance in their lives.  Restorative yoga helps to calm and reset the nervous system making new depths of relaxation and rejuvenation available.


This training is designed for people who have completed a 200hour YTT and are interested in teaching restorative yoga and/or integrating restorative poses into their classes. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the weekend and can apply for continuing education credit (15 contact hours) through the Yoga Alliance.


In this training you will:


  • Learn about the relationship of the nervous system to both stress and our ability to relax.

  • Examine and practice setting up a variety of restorative poses.

  • Learn the principles for creating a balanced sequence of poses.

  • Develop skills for making propping decisions for a variety of bodies.

  • Explore pranayama and subtle energy techniques that aid in relaxation.

  • Practice teaching and receive feedback.

Harvesting Serenity: An end of summer yoga retreat at Bethel Farm.

Co-led with Katie Lieberman. During this weekend we will lead you through nourishing all-levels hatha, yin, and restorative yoga practices and create the opportunity to go deep within through guided meditation and journaling. The theme for the retreat will be transition and transformation as we say goodbye to the long warm days of summer, and welcome the abundance and gifts of fall.


Free time will be built into the weekend to hike on the beautiful grounds surrounding the retreat center, swim in their pond, take part in a sauna, sit by a fire, or simply relax and take it all in.

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