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Restorative Yoga Teacher Training with Vicky Tomsky

Restorative Yoga allows us to feel safe, worthy, supported physically, emotionally, mentaly and being enough!

Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Course (RYTTC) deepens your knowledge and teaching skills with effective restorative yoga modalities. It is geared toward experienced practitioners and yoga professionals and has an eye toward standards that support the forward growth of yoga as a profession.

Training focuses on a student-centered approach to restorative yoga, and the course is in person.

You can expect a depth of experience that will give you the confidence to pursue a specialization in restorative yoga. You will be provided support from Vicky Tomsky who is knowledgeable and recognized for her expertise. All practitioners can expect support from Vicky Tomsky in meeting the course requirements.

This course will also have a significant focus on yoga philosophy, non-violent communication, student-teacher relationships, touch, ethics, and props, which complete the creative environment of inspiration and healing that restorative yoga generates

What is a Restorative Yoga?

''Restorative yoga is the use of props to create positions of ease and comfort that facilitate relaxation and health. Restorative yoga is a practice in and of itself for people of all ages, at all levels of yoga experience, and in all states of health''
-   Judith Hanson Lasater

Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Level 1 with Vicky Tomsky
Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Level 1 with Vicky Tomsky
Nov 25, 2024, 10:00 AM – Nov 29, 2024, 2:00 PM
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Life encourages us to be productive and always exist in our hyper state of 'doing', yet we often forget our natural state of 'being'. Multitasking may be a key goal in Western society, yet it often drives us to be overworked and sleep-deprived, reducing our ability to maintain a harmonious lifestyle of health and joy. This is where restorative yoga comes in, to do its magic as a profound therapeutic practice that cares for our physical, mental, and emotional healing.

In restorative yoga, deep relaxation is achieved by holding a small selection of poses for an extended 10-20 minutes each during one yoga class. When practiced consistently, Restorative Yoga Practice can continuously boost the body's ability to work internally on physiological and spiritual well-being.

Practicing restorative yoga gives your body the safe haven/refuge it needs to focus on rebalancing the parasympathetic nervous system (rest & digest), ensuring the body is restored, relaxed, healed, and functioning in harmony, naturally.

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