LIVE ONLINE: Practical Pratyahara: Two-part immersion with Judith Hanson Lasater & Lizzie Lasater
Join Judith Hanson Lasater and Lizzie Lasater for this special live online two part workshop. We will explore our practice of Restorative yoga, the need we have for refuge and how to find it, as well as re-learning the importance of the practice of pratyahara, which includes cultivating the ability to choose to withdraw from our attachments and our fears every day.
The recording for Part One and the Zoom link for Part Two is included in your booking confirmation email. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if needed
We are living a “Savasana emergency” right now. There could be no better time to explore our practice of Restorative yoga, the need we have for refuge and how to find it, as well as re-learning the importance of the practice of pratyahara, which includes cultivating the ability to choose to withdraw from our attachments and our fears every day.
The format for each session will be an initial presentation by Judith and Lizzie, time for Q&A and we will end with a practice of savasana
Start Where You Are, Sunday 28th June
In part 1 we will focus on the theory of Restorative yoga and why it is so powerful. After the presentation and Q&A, Judith and Lizzie will lead you in your own practice
Your Yoga is Too Small, Thursday 2nd July
In part 2 we will focus on how to teach Savasana, and the spiritual and emotional benefits of this powerful pose. Included will be the technique of setting up Savasana, but also attention will be given to helping you learn how to create a “Savasana” mood and feeling in your classes with your words. We also will talk about how to enhance the art of taking your practice back into the world when we can all resume teaching in person.
This is brand new material that includes aspects of teaching Judith has never shared in her Relax and Renew® trainings.
Please note that you will require adequate props to set up for savasana in each session.
You will be sent a Yogacampus certificate of completion on attendance of these workshops
What our students say
I loved Judith's style and ability to convey information in an accessible and easy to take in way. Yogacampus student on Experiential Anatomy Workshop, March 2010