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Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga is a slow, healing style of Yoga that encourages deep physical, mental, and emotional relaxation.

In Restorative Yoga, the postures focus on stillness, long holds & deep breathing and are supported by a variety of Yoga props (blankets, bolsters, blocks). Easily accessible for all levels, Restorative Yoga offers a rejuvenating practice that balances the mind and body, cultivates conscious relaxation and releases deep seated tension.

It’s an easy, effective stress reduction method and recovery tool to counter our fast-paced lives – a perfect supplement for more active styles of Yoga and an invaluable resource for anyone dealing with stress and anxiety and recovering from illness & injury.

Experience this therapeutic and heartfelt approach to help you learn the tools to confidently teach Restorative Yoga!


- History and Benefits of Restorative Yoga
- Understanding the 5 Koshas and how these inform Restorative Yoga teaching
- Understanding the autonomic nervous system and the physiology of baroreceptors
- How to teach classic Restorative Yoga postures
- How to use props to enhance the relaxation response
- How to create a space for optimal relaxation
- Adjustments and verbal cues to deepen the practice
- How to integrate Yoga Nidra, pranayama, and meditation into your teaching

Open to certified Yoga teachers, interested students, wellness and healthcare professionals, school teachers.


Friday:  6:30pm-9:30pm
Saturday: 1pm-8:30pm (w/ breaks)
Sunday: 12pm-6:30pm (w/ breaks)


$475 early registration by  February 16, 2024

$545 full tuition

$475 PYTT Alumni Rate

$150 non-refundable is deposit is due with registration

*20 hours Yoga Alliance CU credits: 17 contact + 3 non-contact homework assignment

Cancellations/Refund Policy:
Refunds available less $150 non-refundable deposit up to 2 weeks before the course start date. After that, course credit  is available for any future course.



Pamela Godde RYT500 is a long-time student of Yoga passionate about its rich tradition, science, and philosophy. She completed both her 200hr Training & the Professional 300hr Yogaworks Training at Prana Yoga Center. Furthermore, Pam holds certifications in Happy Back Yoga, the Yoga Wall, Restorative Yoga, and Yoga for Cancer Therapy.

She studied with Roger Cole and Debora Wayne & has also mentored under Rachel Krentzman in therapeutic yoga, focusing on the koshas, including the relation between the physical anatomy and the subtle body.

Additionally, Pam has deepened her practice and teaching through extensive formal study of the Yoga Sutras with Robert Birnberg and the Mastery of Life Training with Laura Plumb. Pam likes to incorporate pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation, with an emphasis on slow and mindful movement as well as alignment to create a deep and joyful sustainable practice.

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