Restorative Yoga and Pranayama Teacher Training Level II
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¿What is Restorative Yoga?
Taught by: Pablo Ferrero
100 hours of Restorative Yoga and Pranayama Training divided into 2 levels of 50 hours. We also offer this training format 1 morning a week in Sierra de Madrid. Many times, when we observe the practice of yoga, we think that the exercises to be performed require great elasticity. This is not the case in all yoga modalities, such as Restorative Yoga. Now we will answer the question, what is restorative Yoga? Its origin is based on the Iyengar restorative Yoga method, where it is considered that restorative postures are more about being than doing. It puts a lot of emphasis on accuracy. It teaches us to cultivate stability, strength, flexibility, and awareness. In fact, in restorative Yoga, we seek physical, mental and emotional relaxation. We can say that it is a therapeutic Yoga.
What is Restorative Yoga?
Unlike other types of conventional Yoga, Restorative Yoga seeks to slow down as well as open the body and mind through passive stretching. In a class, few asanas are performed. Normally, restorative asanas are maintained for periods of time between 5 and 15 minutes. This causes our muscles to relax deeply. In a Restorative Yoga session, tools such as cushions, belts, blocks, benches, tables, ropes, etc. are used. These objects help maintain the alignment of the body and allow it to come to total relaxation.
Training Restorative, therapeutic yoga, pranayama, nidra and chanting of mantras 100 hours Level I and II
Having good training is essential to get the most out of restorative Yoga. In our Iyengar – restorative Yoga school in Madrid, we offer specialized training to deepen the practice of this type of Yoga. In addition, our Restorative Yoga course includes pranayama training, yoga nidra training, and mantra training.
Our training program is indicated for people interested in restorative Yoga and who want to deepen their practice and methodology. In our courses, the necessary knowledge is acquired to be able to design and teach restorative Yoga and pranayama classes, as well as training workshops. We will learn to accompany students with greater confidence in dealing with their physical and emotional limitations.
Special emphasis on therapeutic practice, the use of therapeutic materials, conscious breathing – pranayama, use of the voice and the Yoga of sleep (Nidra). This training includes an introduction to the use of Yoga nidras and visualizations for self-discovery. You will learn the basics of integrating Humanistic Coaching tools so that the people you accompany can investigate themselves. All our training can be carried out in face-to-face and/or online format or a mixture of both. In this training, concepts that are nourished by structural and visceral Osteopathy are applied.
You will learn how to correctly use bricks, belts, kuruntas (wall ropes), bolsters, chairs and a wide variety of therapeutic elements that will allow you to gradually approach your practice, paying special attention to breathing work.
Our methodology and this specific training includes the use of Yoga nidras (the yoga of sleep) and visualizations to raise consciousness. Just as we will use the chanting of mantras and the use of the voice as tools for self-exploration.
If you want more information about our training offer in restorative yoga, do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to answer all your questions
Who is this training for?
It is a training aimed at Yoga teachers of all levels with at least 2 years of yogic practice. Practitioners, teachers and lovers of Yoga, therapists, health and movement professionals with at least 3 years of practice. You can not teach something that has not been practiced and / or tested the benefits on oneself. That is why you will learn in an experiential, theoretical and practical way in order to understand the benefits and psychology of this way of teaching and practicing. Whether you are a teacher or not, you will acquire the necessary knowledge to design Restorative Yoga and Pranayama classes and workshops and accompany your students with greater confidence in the treatment of different physical and emotional limitations. Incorporating your own visualizations and Yoga Nidras to accompany human processes within the context of a Yoga class
For those teachers who have completed a training of 200 and/or 500 hours and want to deepen their practice and teaching. You will gain confidence in the treatment of injuries and you will be able to accompany them in a safe way, adjusting each position to each specific case. You will be able to learn in-depth techniques and tools that will endorse you as a Yoga teacher and will enrich your classes and students. It is an opportunity to enter the tradition of Iyengar Yoga, restorative, hatha and traditional tantra.
In level I you will learn in depth the bases of therapeutic Yoga and its application in different physical and emotional states.
To deepen the therapeutic practice, it is recommended to also take level II where Yoga sequences aimed at different physical, mental and emotional conditions will be addressed in depth:
Yoga for Anxiety.
Yoga for depression.
Yoga for trauma.
Yoga for different physical ailments. (back, knees, cervical, hips, shoulders, headache)
Other conditions: hypertension, migraines, digestive problems, immune system, etc[/expander_maker]
What will you have learned by the end of this training?
Physical yoga (asanas) inspired by Iyengar Yoga and traditional hatha Yoga from the perspective of Restorative Yoga.
The correct use of therapeutic material for the practice of pranayama.
Use of therapeutic material (bricks, belts, chairs, bolsters, kuruntas, blankets and their correct application)
Adjustments in the practice of Yoga.
Energetic Anatomy of Breath
Yoga nidras and visualizations.
Use of the voice and chanting of mantras Level II
Feedback on the methodology of each teacher.
Sequences of Restorative Yoga and Yoga Therapy for different physical, mental and emotional conditions (2nd Level)
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