Restorative Yoga and Pranayama
The Art of Tranquility
- Specialised Training 50 hours Yacep
- Continuing education provider by Yoga Alliance.
Specialized training in Restorative Yoga, pranayama and chanting of mantras. Special emphasis on therapeutic practice, use of therapeutic materials, conscious breathing – pranayama and use of the voice. This training includes an introduction to the use of Yoga nidras and visualizations for self discovery.
From the integration of Iyengar Yoga, restorative, hatha yoga and Kashmir tantra we teach this level I course.
For practitioners, teachers and lovers of Yoga, therapists, health and movement professionals. In short, all those people interested in the restorative practice of Yoga who want to deepen their practice and teaching methodology.
You will learn how to correctly use bricks, belts, kuruntas (wall cords), bolsters, chairs and a wide variety of therapeutic elements that will allow you to approach your practice in a gradual way, paying special attention to work with your breath. Whether you are a teacher or not, you will acquire the necessary knowledge to design Restorative Yoga and Pranayama classes and workshops and accompany your students with greater confidence in the treatment of different physical and emotional limitations.
Our methodology, and this specific training, includes the use of Yoga nidras (the yoga of sleep) and visualizations for raising consciousness.
WHAT IS RESTORATIVE YOGA?
Modern restorative Yoga is a variation that was born from the master BKS Iyengar, recognized worldwide as one of the most influential yoga teachers. Bks Iyengar taught his students to use props to perfect their poses. His teachings were called Yoga Iyengar. Although he never gave his own name to this way of teaching.
The importance of restorative Yoga lies in its contribution to reducing stress and anxiety management.
This type of practice mitigates the effects of stress and anxiety in those who practice it. By activating the nervous system for sympathetic, it is induced in a calm mental state in which the human being can leave this state of constant struggle in which many of us live in our daily lives.
Restorative Yoga is a therapeutic proposal based on the postures of hatha yoga, where supports such as cushions, blankets, belts, bricks, kuruntas ropes, therapeutic chairs and many other materials are used to help approach the practice in a soft, relaxed and respecting the conscious alignment of our body. It also allows access to observe the posture from stillness and calm. Restorative practice allows our body to explore each posture in a progressive way and its benefits gradually permeate us in a progressive way.
WHAT WILL YOU HAVE LEARNED AT THE END OF THE TRAINING?
– Asanas inspired by the Iyengar, hatha, vinyasa krama, restorative styles.
– Pranayamas and conscious breathing.
– Conscious and biomechanical alignment.
– Use of therapeutic material (bricks, belts, chairs,
bolsters, kuruntas, blankets and their correct application)
– Adjustments in Yoga practice
– Anatomy of the respiratory and nervous system
– The elements in ayurveda
– Teaching methodology
– Yoga nidras and visualizations.
– Trika philosophy meditations.
– Use of voice and mantras.
MODULE I. 15 hours.
Restorative Yoga and Alignment I. Pranayamas and breathing I.
Use of Therapeutic Material I
Yoga nidra and visualizations I
Voice and mantras I
Yoga Philosophy I
Tantrikas Meditations I
MODULE II. 15 hours
Restorative Yoga and Alignment II
Pranayamas and breathing II
Use of Therapeutic Material II
Yoga Nidra and Visualizations II
Voice and mantras II
Yoga Philosophy II
Tantrikas Meditations II
MODULE III. 15 h
Restorative Yoga and Alignment III
Pranayamas and breathing III
Use of Therapeutic Material III
Yoga nidra and visualizations III
Voice and mantras III
Yoga Philosophy III
Tantrikas III Meditations
MODULE IV. 15 h
Restorative Yoga and Alignment IV
Pranayamas and IV breath
Use of IV Therapeutic Material
Yoga Nidra and Visualizations IV
Voice and mantras IV
Yoga Philosophy IV
Tantrikas Meditations IV
Who is this training for?
It is a training for Yoga practitioners and teachers of all levels with at least 2 years of yogic practice. Therapists, health and movement professionals often attend this training.
For those teachers who have completed a 200 and / or 500 hour training and want to deepen their practice and teaching. You will gain confidence in the treatment of injuries and you will be able to accompany in a safe way adjusting each posture to each specific case. You can learn in depth techniques and tools that will endorse you as a Yoga teacher and enrich your classes and students. It is an opportunity to enter the tradition of Iyengar Yoga, restorative, hatha and traditional tantra
In this level I you will learn in depth the bases of therapeutic Yoga and its application in different physical and emotional states. To deepen therapeutic practice, it is recommended to also take level II where different cases will be addressed in depth.
This training is given by Pablo Ferrero, official Iyengar Yoga teacher, 200 hours and 300 hours by the Yoga Alliance and with extensive experience teaching retreats, seminars and training. More information about Pablo Ferrero.
17 – 18 October 2020 module I
Oct 30 – November 1, 2020 Module II.
November 14 – 15 module III
December 5 and 6, 2020 Module IV
5 – 7 March 2021 Module I.
24-25 April 2021 module II
May 14 – 16, 2021 Module III
June 12 – 13, 2021 Module IV
At Ecocentro and Kushala, Madrid.
19, 20 and 21 June 202nd modules I and II
3, 4 and 5 July 2020 modules III and IV
25 – 27 September 2020 module I.
3 and 4 October 2021 module II
November 21 – 22, 2020 module III.
December 19 – 20, 2020 module IV.
March 13 – 14, 2021 module I.
April 10 – 11, 2021 module II
May 8 – 9, 2021 module III
June 5 and 6, 2021 module IV
In Sala Tierra and Yoguibros Yoga Center
September 10, 11 and 12
October 9, 10 and 11
November 6, 7 and 8
In BODHI Yoga and Natural Therapies.
Taught by Pablo Ferrero and Andrea Sainz de Baranda.