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Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Prospectus
Learn Yoga and evolve yourself; teach Yoga and evolve Society
(Swami Satyananda Saraswati)
Director of Studies
Duration: 4 Days
Times: 10.00am - 5.00pm
Next course in your area
Dublin:Summer 2015 The Crown Centre, 6 Dartmouth Place, Ranelagh, Dublin 6
New Introductory offer of €450(€250 deposit plus €100 each weekend)
Restore, Renew and Release: an open body is a calm body and an open mind is a light mind.
The fundamental aims of yoga are to increase flexibility and mobility while creating calm and assisting with breath. Restorative yoga has been researched and proven to be a successful and blissful method of assisting in the body’s own natural healing process.
It is a hugely popular style of gentle yoga asanas and breath. That it is suitable for everyone, including those who are seeking a relaxing healing and bliss out session, those who are new to yoga and would like to be gently introduced to postures and breath and those recovering from illness or injury. The primary focus of this course is to facilitating healing and blissful relaxation.
Aims & objectives:
To give the yoga teacher a highly valuable healing modality in which to assist and tap into in their students own natural healing ability.
To provide the yoga Teacher with further knowledge and professional skills to safely and effectively teach a restorative yoga class.
To provide the yoga teacher with an ability to reach a wider student base within a variety of settings.
To produce restorative yoga teachers who aim to teach a gentle and healing method of yoga.
The nature of healing; the way back to health.
The restorative yoga class – ‘a caring environment’.
Adaptability of the traditional asana posture.
Restorative yoga: postures that gently increase our body, mind and spiritual health. This will include a range of loosening, limbering, strengthening, and quietening postures based on the classical yoga asanas.
Chair Yoga – mobility and healing for all.
The breath for health.
Pranayama - Breathing Techniques - Working with the breath for health and relaxation
Full Yogic Breath
Alternate Nostril Breathing
Meditative breathing practices that have a healing influence on the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing
All of the Lead Tutors are university level with between 7 and 15 years of teaching experience each. The Lead Tutors are:
As the director of YTTC Roy is responsible for the day to day running of the organisation, his role involves overseeing the growth and development of the training programs and maintaining the highest standards of yoga training. Through vision and understanding he and his team have developed a series of progressive training programs that express the teachings of the Eight Limbs of Yoga.
As a young boy yoga came naturally to him, he developed a strong practice in pranayama and meditation. He began his formal training in 1992 and went on to spend time in Sivananda Vedenta International Ashrams in Canada and the Bahamas were he successfully completed his teacher training. He founded the Irish School of Yoga in 2000 and in 2007 he became the director of the YTTC.
Roys teachings follows the classical principles of Hatha Yoga, combining asana, pranayama, meditation & yoga nidra with safety and awareness. Each posture tells a story and along the way the student finds their natural state of integrity through proper alignment, right thinking and natural breathing. Roy takes his commitment to yoga very seriously but his innate sense of humour is his constant companion.
All applicants must be members of the YTTC, members are entitled to discounts on selected events and will receive regular online issues of our magazine 'Yoga for You.' Each issue is packed with up to date information about courses and events at the centre, details of our ever-popular weekend workshops and news stories of graduates who share experiences of how they have progressed since graduation.
Members also benefit from advertising their yoga classes on our webite on the "Find a Yoga Class in your Area"
Membership also qualifies you to partake in our group insurance scheme where the cost of yoga teaching insurance is greatly reduced.
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• Cancellations within 14 days will not be refunded.
• Cancellations prior to 14 days will receive a credit towards a future class based on availability and similar cost.
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