Restorative Yoga Teacher Training with Idit Hefer-Tamir
December 6 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
An event every day that begins at 9:00 am, repeating until December 7, 2020
Sukha Mukha is excited to announce it will be running a Restorative Yoga Teacher Training led by Idit Hefer-Tamir. It is both for teachers who wish to understand deeper what restorative yoga is and how to teach it and offer it to their students but also for those who just LOVE restorative yoga and wish to take their own practice deeper.
Restorative Yoga is the yoga of deep, conscious relaxation. It is the Yoga of ‘Being’, rather than the Yoga of ‘Doing’. Using as many props as necessary, this type of practice allows your muscles, ligaments and organs to relax on a much deeper level and by doing so to restore Prana, energy, life force. As your body finds the shape of the posture and melts into place your nervous system switches to calmness and a deep inner healing mode. This type of practice is extremely important and valuable to all people who live in modern society. It’s complementary to a strong Yoga practice and is suitable for all levels and all ages.
The training will include:
Led restorative practice and then break down of each pose, how to properly and safely prop yourself and/or your student, the alignment guidelines in the different poses to keep ourselves and our student safe as they hold each pose for an extended length of time
This training includes a manual prepared specifically for this training with detailed instructions and images for the different poses.
Each student is required to bring:
Note: If you are travelling from a far or do not have these props in your possession please contact us and we will provide you with props.
Your teacher will be Idit Hefer-Tamir, Founder of Sukha Mukha Yoga and the Director of Sukha Mukha. first teachers to start offering restorative yoga classes in Sydney over 14 years ago. She has trained closely with Donna Farhi and Simon Low and has recently completed a Teacher Training with Lizzie Lasther. Restorative Yoga has been part of Idit’s practice throughout the years and she is a big believer in the benefits of the practice.