Teacher Training 50hr
Trauma Informed 50hr Restorative Yoga Teacher Training
This 50hr immersion is an introduction to the practice, concepts and teaching of Restorative Yoga, and the true importance and benefits of including trauma-informed techniques into your teaching. When 1 in 3 adults report having experienced developmental trauma, it’s important we understand what trauma is and how it lives in the body.
Restorative yoga is considered the true antidote to stress because it allows you to relax deeply with awareness. Relaxing with awareness is the key to bringing the mind-body into a state of balance or homeostasis, similar to the effect of meditation. This approach will also provide support with verbal cueing and set up of postures, sequencing, and creating a safe space for all students.
Deborah will draw from over a decade of experience in training others to teach. You’ll hear inspiring stories, examples and reflections that allow you to use this learning as a way to grow for both you and your students.
Restorative philosophy and practice
Neurobiology (brain and nervous system)
Physiology (body operating systems)
The impact of trauma and prolonged stress (Complex/Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Techniques for propping and supporting practitioners in the postures
The art of skilfully holding space
The power of language and touch
Structure and Dates
There are four immersive study days. Each day will run from 9.15am to 17.30 UK time (with an hour lunch break). There is also some pre-course reading and an assignment to complete for certification.
This course takes place in a physical location in the presence of the teacher(s) and fellow students. This allows for real time interaction between teacher and students.
Full Price: £450
Total Number of hours: 50– including training, reading, self-practice and assignments
Maximum participants: 24
Who’s it for?
To be eligible for the course, you will have a regular personal practice (recommended 1 year). The course is open to
• experienced practitioners, health practitioners and/or yoga teachers wishing to share standalone restorative practices with others, in an individual or group setting
• yoga teachers looking to add restorative yoga into their regular classes
• experienced yoga practitioners, health practitioners and/or yoga teachers wishing to offer restorative classes
To be eligible for a Teaching Certificate, you will also need to be a yoga teacher, trainee yoga teacher.
Cancellation Terms - please take time to read this carefully before booking -
• 60 days or more prior to the course date: Your payments will be refunded, less £50 which is your non-refundable deposit.
• 59 days or less prior to the course date: payments are not refundable.
About the Teacher
Deborah Berryman is a Senior Yoga Teacher known for her infectious curiosity for the practice and for life. Drawing on over 17yrs of teaching experience, she is passionate about Restorative Yoga and sharing the life enhancing benefits of a regular practice.
Her journey with Restorative Yoga started many years ago with Simon Low, then going on to study with internationally renowned Judith Hanson Lasater, assisting her training in the UK and completing her Advanced Therapeutic Restorative Teacher Training.
She has continued to dive deep, studying with leaders in the trauma field such as Dr Gabor Mate and Dr Richard Schwaltz, and shall forever remain a keen student.
Deborah will share her training, experience and personal insights, exploring the power of relaxing and resting deeply. You can read more about the teacher here