Restorative Yoga Teacher Immersion

The Restorative Yoga module is part of our Art of Chill series: An Immersion and Self Care Experience for Yoga Teachers

There is immense power in the chill. There is a science and art to learning and teaching it. This series is the first of its kind in Atlanta. It is designed to specifically nourish the whole being of the yoga teacher as well as to be an introductory training in four elements of yoga that define chill: meditation, yoga nidra, restorative, and yin yoga.

Each module will include the opportunity for teachers to be nourished and immersed in the practice as a student first. Teachers will leave with clear ways to cultivate a home practice. Additionally, expect to walk away from each module ready to incorporate into flow classes or teach as a stand-alone class.

This is part of our CEU program, designed to give teachers who currently hold a 200/500 certification additional tools to create chill space for self and students

About our Restorative Module: Many people come to yoga seeking relief from the stress and pressure of everyday life. By calming the nervous system and unblocking lines of energy in the body, the long, supported holds in Restorative yoga can offer opportunities to process emotions, release tension, and find clarity on the mat. The result is often a renewed connection to the self and a profound sense of wellbeing.

Restorative yoga is a subtle practice that requires a different teaching skillset than more active styles. Yoga teachers of all traditions are invited to attend this immersion in order to learn more about this nurturing, nourishing style of yoga that is beneficial for students at all levels.

Sacred Chill {West}’s Restorative Immersion is designed for Yoga Teachers who are looking to incorporate restorative yoga into their classes or for those wanting to deepen a personal practice. In this 15-hour course, you will learn:

• The role of Restorative yoga in regulating the nervous system.
• The flow of a Restorative yoga class.
• Props and how to use them to support people of all shapes, sizes, and abilities in Restorative yoga poses.
• Hands-on assists to guide energy throughout the body while in Restorative yoga poses.
• Ideas for weaving Restorative yoga into more active class formats.
• Restorative yoga poses with little or no props.

Stacey Beth Shulman, RYT 500 is influenced by many styles of yoga, including Kripalu, Pranakriya, and Svaroopa. She has been teaching Restorative yoga classes for more than seven years. It is her mission to bring positive regard and body awareness to people of all shapes, sizes, abilities, and genders through gentle movement and attention to breath. Find out more by visiting

Weekend schedule
Friday 7:45-9:15pm
Saturday 1:00-7:00pm
Sunday 8:30-3:30pm

Pricing: $325- 30 days in advance/ $400 after


Oct 20 2017 - Oct 22 2017


7:45 am - 3:30 pm



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