Restorative Yoga Teacher Training
by Shraddha Hilda Oropeza, ERYT-500 — July 19-21, 2019

Learning to teach Restorative yoga is, first and foremost, about learning to practice Restorative yoga. Minimalist
in spirit, much of this work is in fact about less: less music, less talking, less distraction, fewer poses. It’s all in the
service of giving ourselves time to rediscover a rich interior landscape.

In a culture obsessed with acceleration, Restorative yoga helps us discover the joy of going slow, paying
attention, and being still. It is a radical practice of deep rest and listening to the rhythm of our own hearts.
In this training you will discover:

 The benefits of restorative yoga
 How to appropriately sequence a Restorative Yoga class to maintain the quality of ease
 Verbal cueing
 Invite more space, stillness, and silence into your own body.
 Observing bodies and making skillful propping decisions
This course will include practice, discussion and lecture.

Who is this for?
The training is suitable for those wishing to teach Restorative Yoga, or those simply wishing to develop a deeper
understanding of the practice. 9 CEUs available for yoga instructors.

Dates: Friday 6-9p, Saturday 7/20, Noon-5:30p, Sunday 7/21, 12:30p-4:30p
$150 Early Bird Rate for first five students who register


Restorative Yoga Teacher Training



$175/$250 All students after 7/1


Restorative Yoga Teacher Training



About The Instructor
Shraddha, eRYT500, has been studying yoga and holistic healing for nearly 20 years, teaching since 2005. She is the
founder/director of Mindful Yoga Studio. Shraddha specializes in yoga “innercise,” which is slower, more mindful yoga
that benefits the brain and the body. Shraddha is a Yoga Alliance registered yoga instructor and is a certified
craniosacral therapist. She has a 500-hour Healing Emphasis Yoga certificate and is trained in Yoga for Cancer
Survivors. Other trainings: Svastha Yoga Therapy Training, 100-hour Mindfulness Yoga teacher training; 120-hour Yin
Yoga teacher training; Relax and Renew Restorative teacher training with Judith Lasater.

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