Wday CH

Sattva Restore: Restorative Training

At your own pace.

Wday CH

Release stress and tension with restorative yoga postures, guided imagery, simple pranayama, and mindfulness practices that can be used at any age and for any body.

  • Sattva Restorative trainings will teach you how to effectively use:
  • Conscious use of the mind and imagination
  • Breathing Practices Chanting, Prayer and Affirmations
  • Yoga Nidra and Deep Relaxation Techniques
  • Guided Meditation
  • Adaptive Physical Postures

Sattva Restore is designed to meet students where they are by bringing together yoga therapy and ayurveda. Unlike traditional restorative yoga, made popular by Judith Lassitar, Sattva Restore incorporates therapeutics, dynamic movement, ayurveda sequencing, and counterposing to adapt to individual. This includes teaching to special populations, such as those with high amounts of stress, chronic pain, depression and anxiety.

Props Needed:

  • Blocks
  • Large bolsters Pranayama bolsters Chairs
  • Blankets(for folding and rolling)
  • Sandbags
  • Straps
  • Eye Pillows

Upon successful completion of this module, students will be able to:

• Development of majority of disease from stress and apply techniques to remedy the epidemic.
• And identify common pathologies and disorders of the major systems including symptoms management and contraindications relevant to yoga therapy.
• Restorative yoga postures and modifications to people with chronic pain.
• The Sattva Restorative (restorative yoga therapy) practice compared to traditional restorative yoga. The benefits and contraindications with restorative yoga.
• And understand the interaction of the pancha maya model and all major systems affected by stress.
• And explain the stress response on the physical level.

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Jenny "Sevika" Young

Jenny started yoga for her daughter in 2010 but stayed for herself. This is when powerful healing began to transform her body, mind, and spirit, not necessarily in that order. Through a regular asana and sitting practice, studying with phenomenal teachers and soaking in the love of the beautiful yoga community, she has begun to discover a quieter mind. She became RYT 200 certified through Prana School of Yoga and Health in 2012 as well as Thai Massage from Thai Body Work in 2012. She became ERYT 500 certified in 2015, and a Certified International Yoga Therapist in 2017. As a teacher, she sees each student as whole. She strives to create a supportive environment in which each student can safely experiment in uncovering the beauty and joy that reside within the heart of each of us. This support can include traditional yoga therapy, massage therapy, and a synergistic blend of the two. She is a perpetual student and is furthering her yogic and massage studies on the pelvic floor and myofascial release.