August 2 - 4, 10 & 11, 2019 | Friday (6:30 - 8:30pm) + Saturday/Sunday (1:00 - 6:00pm)
Janine Trinidad & Genevieve McClendon
Delve into the deep and healing practice of Restorative Yoga with resident teacher Janine Trinidad and returning teacher Genevieve McClendon! This 25 hour teacher training will give you the wisdom and history behind the practice of mindful rest, and using props to fully support the body in it's natural alignment. Whether you are a teacher receiving your 300 hour certification, or a practitioner looking to gain more knowledge about this body of work, this training is not to be missed!
This training will include:
-History and theory of Restorative yoga
-Best practices with props and posture setup
-Asana variations for all body types and conditions
-Compassionate touch and language
-Pre-natal care and precautions
-Guidelines for teaching
$495 (20% off for Lotus 200 Hour TT Grads)
Janine’s yogic path is one of continual folding and unfolding unto itself, and she finds it ever expanding outwardly in colorful spirals. Her physical practice began through dance, but having experience some injury and imbalance (as life often offers) she found yoga to be a welcoming practice that allowed her to find harmony, wholeness and a safe place to explore deeper connections in her body. What she didn’t expect was yoga to offer her a profound relationship to her life purpose through teaching and healing.
Janine is also a Reiki Master andoffers a unique perspective to working with energetics and the subtle body systems and lends gentle guidance through compassionate touch.
Genevieve McClendon is also a Reiki Master/Teacher, Yoga Instructor and Artist who cares deeply about helping others to connect more deeply to our own being and soul. She is also an advanced certified Restorative yoga teacher. Genevieve studied with Judith Lasater, Ph.D, PT. who is known world wide for her incredible teachings of Restorative yoga and Experiential Anatomy. Genevieve has had the gift of healing since she was a child. Her love of Yoga began during a time of personal challenge. Yoga is one of the greatest blessings in her life, and she is devoted to sharing its healing capacity with others.