MINDFUL RESTORATIVE YOGA FOUNDATION TTC
– 50 Hours

n a world where our senses are bombarded from morning til evening, it is more important than ever to practice techniques that down regulate an overly active body and mind. Yogic practices like Asanas, Pranayama, Pratyahara and Dharana play an important role in today’s methods for calming our body mind connection – public health has also started to implement techniques from the ancient wisdom traditions. Stress is not first and most a negative response to high activity levels or traumatic experiences. But stress can be devastating to your health when it results in chronic mental and physical patterns that are not dealt with. Through the techniques that we will practice in this training we will learn to «move back» into our bodies for increased presence and well-being in everyday life.

«Between stimulus and respons there is a space.
In that space is the power to choose our respons.
In our respons lies our growth and our freedom»
– Viktor E. Frankl

About Elise Jansen

Elise Jansen is the owner of Mindful Yoga Oslo, Norway where she works as a yoga and Mindfulness teacher. She has been practicing yoga and meditation since she was a teen-ager and has trained as a teacher of MBSR with the IMA. She is also a certified Yogaworks, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Restorative, Yin and TRE teacher. Elise has been teaching yoga for 15 years and teaches trainings in Mindful Restorative Yoga for the last 3 years. She travels extensively teaching yoga and trainings with focus on interception, mindfulness and deep rest in Europe and beyond.

Dates:

5 Day Immersion

March 28th – April 1st 2020
9am – 4.30 pm

Pris:

EUR. 650,-

Deposit: EUR 100,-

Sted: Pranama

(the studio is not hosting this training – the space is rented. Therefor all communication goes through Elise – info@elisejansen.no)

WHY TEACH RESTORATIVE YOGA

In this Yoga Alliance Registered Continuous Education, you will attain new tools for your yoga classes. Restorative Yoga may be taught as individual classes or you may incorporate the poses in other styles of yoga.

You will enrich your repetoar as a teacher in immersing your students in Rest and Relaxation. You will increase your understanding of how and why to use props, asanas, breath, meditation and body scanning as efficient tools to attain a more balanced nervous system.

Mindful Restorative Yoga is developed and based on the principles of, amongst other, Iyengar Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga and Mindfulness as taught by Jon Kabbat-Zin. The combination of these styles of teachings allow for a wonderful framework for deep relaxation that balances the body and mind. The use of props play an important role in creating the space for deep rest.

Using Mindfulness facilitates with Pratyahara (the withdrawal of the senses) – trains the mind to be more present, less reactive and more awake in the present moment.