Restorative Yoga Teacher Training w/ Theresa Murphy

Restorative Yoga Teacher Training (10 hours)
w/ Theresa Murphy
Sat, Sept. 23 @ 1 – 6pm & Sun, Sept. 24 @ 9am – 2pm downstairs @ RCY or Online
$180 early-bird rate if paid in full by 9/8/2023 • $230 after 9/8/2023
Earn 10 Yoga Alliance CEUs

Learn how to cultivate deep relaxation (and how to teach others to do so!) Relaxation is imperative for sustaining equilibrium in this life. Knowing how to support one’s nervous system and rejuvenate one’s subtle body is an essential skill for navigating the demands of living well and being healthy. Join the relaxation movement! Your active life will be supported more than ever!

Participants will:

  • practice the full family of restorative postures
  • study the nervous system and its parts in a functional context
  • learn techniques for relaxation and healing
  • learn variations of poses & alignment
  • learn the details on how to support various body types and needs
  • leave feeling refreshed and invigorated!
“The teachings offered by Theresa in the training penetrated my body, straight through to my soul! She changed my body and she changed my life! So grateful!”
~ Alison, 2018 Yin TT Grad
“Theresa is a compassionate, fiercely loving, and brilliant teacher! Her style of teaching embodies the grace & depth of the wisdom teachings themselves, she is beyond inspiring! Theresa is a true healer, a nurturer, and a wise being!”
~Gail, 2019 300 TT Grad

Theresa Murphy’s deepest intention in teaching yoga is to expand minds, open hearts, and to be a catalyst for discovering the wisdom and wonder of an embodied life. She cross-pollinates from many traditions, weaving the crafts of individualized alignment, skillful sequencing, therapeutics, breath-work, anatomy study, wisdom teachings, meditation, chanting, and open exploration of physical and mental awareness. Theresa is the primary teacher for Tias Little and the Prajna school, well as an Insight Yoga teacher with Sarah Powers and mentor in the Insight Yoga Institute. Theresa wholeheartedly devotes herself to practice. With over 20 years of study and practice she has made her life’s work a balance of teaching the Yoga Dharma, caring for her ailing mother, and ongoing studies with additional influences Amy Matthews, Patricia Walden, Jennifer Welwood, Joseph Goldstein, and Erich Schiffman.