restorative teacher training
Anna Ashby + Chris Swain
restorative yoga: an intensive training for teachers
24-26 feb + 24-26 march 2017
booking: online booking
for teachers and teachers in training
£495 (includes all materials)
Eligibility: this training is for qualified yoga teachers and teacher trainees only and meets Yoga Alliance UK requirements for CPD. If you are unsure of your eligibility for this training please contact email@example.com
This unique teacher training focuses on the practice, art and teaching of restorative yoga.
Each intensive weekend offers a retreat-like atmosphere which includes practice, study and learning of Restorative asana, the anatomy and physiology of Restorative yoga, as well as, how to sequence and teach a restorative yoga class. Particular emphasis is given to assisting and adjusting the postures to suit individual needs.
This training is designed for teachers and teacher trainees and includes ample time for exploring, understanding and practicing adjusting the postures. It also meets Yoga Alliance UK requirements for CPD.
The takes place over 2 long weekends, 24-26 february + 24-26 march 2017. The timings for each weekend are as follows:
Friday 3.30-6.00pm +7.00-9.00pm
Weekend schedule includes:
- Restorative yoga practice
- The art of teaching Restorative yoga: environment, intention, breath, sequencing and assisting
- Anatomy/Physiology of Restorative yoga
- Journaling and discussion
In addition to scheduled weekend hours, students will be required to observe one and assist one restorative class with recommended teachers to complete the training.
Anna Ashby, a leading triyoga teacher and senior faculty member of the triyoga teacher training programme, will lead the Restorative yoga practice sessions and art of teaching sessions, while Chris Swain, the anatomy and physiology teacher for the triyoga's teacher training programme, will cover the physiology of the nervous system, breathing, and the anatomy of the six key Restorative postures.
33 hours of training + observing one and assisting one restorative class outside of training weekends
Anna Ashby has been studying and practising yoga for 24 years and teaching for 15 years. She is one of London's leading yoga teachers and a dedicated triyoga teacher. She is a founder and senior faculty member of triyoga's teacher training program and holds the highest level of certification from Yoga Alliance both in the UK and in the US (E-RYT 500/Senior Teacher). Anna's teaching style has evolved from her study of dance, in-depth training with established, classical yoga systems that focus on alignment, and a dedicated meditation practice that developed while she lived for 12 years in a yoga ashram in upstate New York. She has been teaching Restorative Yoga at triyoga for over 10 years using the weekly classes to develop and refine her teaching of the restorative practices. For more information about Anna's schedule visit her website www.annaashby.com
Chris Swain has been teaching yoga for 25 years, initially qualifying as a teacher with the Chinese Yoga Federation in 1987, then as an Iyengar yoga teacher, before being introduced to Ashtanga yoga with John Scott in London in 1999. It was whilst studying for an English Literature degree at UEA in the early 1980s that Chris came across yoga, Kempo (a martial art), Cheirology (hand reading) and meditation. During this time Chris developed a deep interest in natural healing. He moved to London in 1996 to take a 4 year degree in Osteopathy, deepening his understanding of western medical models. He is currently on the faculty for both the triyoga and Yoga Haven yoga teacher training courses and also teaches asana and anatomy based workshops incorporating his knowledge of anatomy as an osteopath. The reason he practises yoga is simple: ‘a day with yoga is better than a day without yoga'. www.chrisjswain.com
Applicants must be either taking, about to take, or have successfully completed a Yoga Teacher Training Diploma to teach students to beginners/level 1 standard.
All our teacher training intensives are eligible for British Wheel CPD points on the basis of 1 point = 1 hour. For information on BWY CPD requirements visit their website.