50 Hour Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

25 JUNE - 1 JULY 2022

About
Interested in learning about the art of relaxation? Join us for a comprehensive 50 hour restorative yoga teacher training with Daphne Manhattan. Expect a full-time, face-to-face training run over 7 consecutive days and hosted at the gorgeous light and airy Yogaventures studio by the ocean.
 
Investment
$1,200 full payment
Payment Plan 3 x monthly payments of $500/month
 
When
25 June - 1 July 2022, 8:30am - 4:30pm
 
What To Expect
Expect evidence-based lectures on the benefits of restorative yoga, the history of this therapeutic practice, anatomy, neuroscience and the polyvagal theory. Each day we will apply our learnings to Asana sessions with yoga props to create supported, therapeutic modifications of traditional yoga poses. This training with equip you to confidently lead safe and effective restorative yoga classes and immersions tailored to individual needs and conditions with specific understanding of the physical, emotional and energetic benefits of postures.
 
Who This Training is For

This 50-hour restorative yoga teacher training is designed for not just yoga teachers but anyone who is interested in learning more about this practice. We also welcome devoted yoga students who wish to deepen their practice, fitness instructors, healthcare professionals or anyone working within a therapeutic setting. To gain the full benefits of this training, we recommend some experience with yoga.

Why Restorative Yoga

The practice of restorative yoga is a powerful lifestyle medicine that is helpful to alleviate the stress and overwhelm of the modern age. It is a supportive physical practice that is highly accessible for all student levels and can be modified to be inclusive for a wide variety of student needs. This practice is unique in the way it has been developed from the Iyengar therapeutic model. Not to be confused with the wonderful practice of Yin that could be described as a practice of 'doing', Restorative seeks to cultivate a comfortable form and a sense of ease in the body or a state of 'being'. The use of props, an ambient space, periods of silence and holding the form for periods of time are fundamental to the practice. Some physical benefits include reduced inflammation, decrease of physical chronic stress symptoms and it can reduce pain for chronic pain conditions. Though the benefits to the mind are just as powerful with new mind patterns imprinted through the process of neuroplasticity, cultivating inner resilience through practicing parasympathetic dominance and allowing deep processing and integration.

Meet Your Instructor

Daphne is deeply knowledgeable in restorative yoga, nervous system, the art of relaxation and interweaves a BioMedical approach and passion to facilitate a supportive practice that is therapeutic in nature. Her yoga journey began in 1996 when she practiced for the first time on a humble VHS in her parents living room. Since then, she completed 350hr teacher training with BIYOME, went on to 1,000hr Yoga Therapy Course and other studies centralised around Trauma Informed Yoga and Meditation, Compassion Focussed Therapy and Yoga Therapy for Mental Health. Daphne is now a resident teacher with Yogaventures leading regular restorative classes, workshops, retreats and trainings. She draws on her experiential studies of Yoga Therapy at Biyome to curate asana, pranayam and meditation practices to create a safe and supportive environment. The style of yoga that Daphne teaches is intentionally sequenced to guide students to have their own experience and designed to cultivate new mind and bodily patterns for inner resilience, peace and tranquility. Her guiding philosophy is that yoga is a state of being and that our time on the mat is a focused practice in cultivating this state. Daphne believes yoga is a lifetime practice that follows us off the mat as well and for some it guides us through turbulent times by being the anchor in the unknown.

What's included?

  • 50 Hour Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Qualification
  • Professionally printed yoga teacher training manual
  • Opportunity to gain hands-on experience and lead Karma Yoga Classes at Yogaventures Coolangatta

What does the schedule look like?

A standard day starts with a lecture at 8:30am, followed by lunch 12pm and asana in the afternoons until 4:30pm.

Will this course certify me to be a yoga instructor?

You'll need to complete a 200-hour yoga teacher training to be a registered yoga teacher. This 50-hour restorative training can be seen as a specialty alongside.

What assessment can I expect?

In order to complete this training you'll need to pass final assessment with may include written assignments, exams or teaching practicum.