About the Program
- The science and history of restorative yoga
- Physical, psychological, energetic, and spiritual benefits of restorative yoga
- How to practice, teach, and design restorative yoga sequencing
- How to utilize restorative yoga for specific conditions such as improving wellbeing, recovery (from injury, illness, athletic practice, etc), memory function, anxiety, depression, etc.
- Incorporating restorative practice to more active styles of yoga
- How to teach restorative yoga in different settings, privately and group lessons, including a special prop-less restorative yoga class for spaces with little to no props
- In depth introduction to pranayama and meditation techniques
March 6, 7, 8, 2020
Are you Ready?
This immersion may be taken as a stand-alone or selected as part of the required elective hours for the 300-hour Teacher Training. It also qualifies as 20 Continuing Education requirements with Yoga Alliance.
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR
Sho’s years of practice in meditation and yoga have led him to find his voice as a teacher. He has trained in the arts of classical Kriya Yoga, Tantra Meditation, and yogic lifestyle from the Saraswati lineage of the Bihar School of Yoga. His studies in yogic philosophy led him to become a dedicated student of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. His teaching style fuses the powerful practice of classical Kriya Yoga and Tantra Meditation, the structure of Iyengar Yoga, the wisdom of the Yoga Sutras, and the freedom and fluidity of Qigong.
In Sho’s classes, you can expect to reconnect with a deeper version of self in a very gentle and nonjudgmental environment. He guides his students from a place of pure love, joy, and kindness. Sho leads happiness workshops throughout NYC and brings a similar light to all his classes. He finds true happiness from being a vessel of joy for others.