Trainings: Ishta, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Kundalini, Yin, Restorative, Meditation, Mantra, pre-and post-natal yoga.
Restorative yoga is a therapeutic style developed from Iyengar yoga, designed to heal the whole body’s system from stress, trauma, disease and injury.
In this practice props support the body into deep and complete relaxation through various postures. When our system doesn’t need to tighten or protect us, we can release that tension and work towards healing instead. Remember: It is the same force that holds which heals. We allow the intelligence of our bodies to do the work in this practice of non-doing.
Together we’ll face common misinterpretations of and resistances to restorative yoga as a practice:
Oh yes, this is very different from unconscious sleep. Oh yes, we need this! There’s nothing easy about this style of yoga; I usually express these classes as my most advanced. So we will take it slow and step-by-step!
Sofia Elmström has been a yogini since 1997 and a teacher since 2001. For the last 8 years she’s been leading yoga teacher trainings in Stockholm, both 200 hours and shorter programs. Appreciated for her responsiveness, competence and wonderful energy, Sofia challenges you to stay fully present within your body and breathing in the slow, soft movement. She burns to explore the small details in the depths of mind and body, helping to find your centre and intentions on and off the mat.
After the training you will have the tools to start teaching restorative and relaxing classes, including:
The training is offered with very limited places to ensure maximum student attention.
Thinking about joining our next 200h yoga teacher training in August?
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and come to our…
Yoga Teacher Training Info Talk
…on Wed 1 Jun, 17:30-18:30 (in-studio)
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>> Book a thirty minute discovery call – 1:1 – with our head of studio, Matilda.
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