$270.00 Rest For All: A Restorative Yoga Teacher Training
Some of our students’
deepest experiences of yoga happen when we can give them the opportunity
to stop working to control their body and mind. Instead, we can help
them rest with support, awareness, and intention.
In this training, you
- the philosophy, benefits, applications, and energetics of
- detailed alignment and propping instruction for
Restorative Yoga postures
- when, how, and which kinds of props to use
to address injuries and limitations
- ways to identify physical and
- skills for physical and verbal adjustments during
a Restorative Yoga practice
- sequencing strategies and templates for
Restorative Yoga classes
This training is ideal for: new and experienced
yoga teachers who want to grow teaching skills anyone currently enrolled
in an immersion or yoga teaching training program or anyone interested in
deepening their understanding and experience of Restorative
This training includes a spiral bound
training manual and is eligible for 12 continuing education credits with
Tara Lemerise teaches the time-honored philosophy and practice of yoga
in an accessible and joyful way. Registered with Yoga Alliance at
ERYT-200/RYT-500, Tara has been teaching yoga philosophy, movement, and
meditation since 2005. She has over 7,700 hours of teaching experience.
According to Tara, there is nothing to “fix” with yoga. Instead, there are only more opportunities to understand and be more fully present to our separate and together experiences. She is known for offering clear and helpful instruction to students at all levels and makes the wisdom of yoga feel relevant and relatable.
Tara’s classes include action-based instructions in asana that are a result of study of anatomy, kinesiology and creative movement. In addition, Tara provides plenty of opportunities for stillness and contemplation in her classes, which are deeply influenced by her study and practice of Restorative Yoga.