Before we begin to use any touch techniques, it's important to go through the 4 Foundational Principles of practice. Taking some time to do this at the start will ensure that we build a structure and practice on a stable base.
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In this section we go through the core asanas of a restorative yoga practice and we present at least one touch technique for you to begin practicing. Take some time to refine these tools, work them into your teachings and then we delve into more techniques and tools throughout the next set of lessons ("Extended Techniques").
Now that we've established our essential tools, we've added a whole lot more techniques to the mix for you to explore in each of the asanas we've gone through already. Please enjoy these bonus tools that have been included here and take some time to familiarize yourself with the finer details of each.
- 2.2 Supta Baddha Konasana (Additional Touch Techniques)
- 3.2 Viparita Karani (Additional Touch Techniques)
- 4.2 Supta Matsyendrasana (Additional Touch Techniques)
- 5.2 Upavista Konasana (Additional Touch Techniques)
- 6.2 Salamba Balasana (Additional Touch Techniques)
- 7.2 Parivrtta Balasana (Additional Touch Techniques)
- 8.2 Savasana (Additional Touch Techniques)
A short 'thank you' video, along with additional considerations, workshop planning, class sequences and health questionnaires for you to use.