SHARING KNOWLEDGE

Now that you have experienced the joy and benefits of practising restorative yoga, you are probably excited to dive into this practice further or to teach it to others. But where do we begin? When is a good time to practice? For whom is the practice designed? Which pose comes before or after supported child’s pose? What is an appropriate time for staying in each pose, is it always the same duration? How could the practice be varied? Does verbal guided relaxation help? Seeking answers to these questions and more?

In this 2-day workshop, Adelene shares her personal experience in teaching and sequencing this beautiful practice of active rest. Learn the art and science of sequencing a complete restorative yoga practice and hone your skills to teach in a one-to-one or a group setting.

About Adelene Cheong

Adelene is a leading teacher of restorative yoga, with a particular specialism in yoga for scoliosis. She sees yoga as a journey of continuous, liberating experiences, open to everyone, and continues to be inspired by her main teachers, Judith Hanson Lasater and Donna Farhi, who she regularly assists on workshops and trainings.

read Adelene Cheong's biography


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