Fri 12 - Sun 14 Oct 2018

Sharing Silence | Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Part 2

With Lizzie Lasater

Help people to quiet the mind, decreasing anxiety, boost the immune system, and increase hormonal balance.

In “Finding Silence”, the first level of this training, our focus is learning to practice Restorative yoga. In level 2, the frame shifts to sharing this active relaxation with our students.

How can we best support our students to find silence in the midst of our cacophonous 21st century? How do we make space for the unseen inner work of yoga in a culture ever more mesmerised by materiality and consumerism? How can we personally integrate a profession about slowing down and giving our attention to spiritual growth into our accelerating lives?

This 2nd part of a 30 hour training is a targeted look at the theory, alignment, sequencing, and energetics of Restorative yoga. You will learn, for example, to teach supported inversions, the most advanced poses for quieting the brain, decreasing anxiety, boosting the immune system, and hormonal balance.

Dates Friday 12  – Sunday 14 October 2018

Times Friday & Saturday 11.00-18.00 | Sunday 09.30-12.30 | 15 hours

Price €220

Location St. Janshovenstraat 1, Utrecht

The details


This training is open to students who have followed “Finding Silence:Restorative Yoga Part 1” with Lizzie Lasater or any Restorative teacher training with Judith Hanson Lasater


If you have completed a level 1 training before a certificate is available from Lizzie when you attend all sessions and complete a digital course and written project.

Required reading

  • “Restore and Rebalance: Yoga for Deep Relaxation” by Judith Hanson Lasater. Available online and in the Yoga Moves Shop.





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About the teacher

Lizzie Lasater

Raised in San Francisco and trained as a designer, Lizzie Lasater teaches restorative yoga internationally and online. She sometimes jokes that yoga “runs in the family” because her Mom, Judith Hanson Lasater, co-founded Yoga Journal Magazine and has been teaching since 1971.  Lizzie posts daily on social media about the pleasure of deceleration. She lives in Salzburg with her Austrian husband.

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