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Sunday, January 26 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Just Laying Around: Restoratives Have Value
Limited Capacity seats available

While this set of class styles can have life-changing impact and is what Alex believes could be a
vehicle for the most valuable contribution that current yoga classes can offer to the health and well
being of the population, they are often overlooked or disliked by class goers. We will look at the
reasons why these classes can be of such immense value by looking at the nervous system and its
states through a scientific and research-based lens. Reasons why students shy away from these
classes will be offered for consideration and discussed.

Participants will then be led through a practice that offers an alternative approach technically while facilitating an environment where the outcome of these less physically demanding classes can be accessed more readily and deeply. They will be offered ways to attain this outcome in more active classes as well.

We will close by working through our methodical step by step approach and identify a starting place to
introduce this information in not only passive classes but active ones as well. An outline of progressive
integration will be developed and used. Participants will be asked to brainstorm ideas of ways to
implement the information based on their own practice and/or teaching both immediately and in the

Discussion Time: 30 minutes
Practice Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes
Physical Exertion: Low
Recommended Props: 2 blocks, 1 bolster, 1 blanket, warm clothing layers
Continuing Education: 2 hours

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Alexandria Crow

Yoga Physics
Alexandria is an internationally respected teachers’ teacher who leads teacher trainings and workshops around the world. Through her Yoga Physics methodology she aims to clearly explain the what, why’s and how’s of asana, meditation and yogic philosophy making the practice approachable... Read More →

Sunday January 26, 2020 4:00pm - 6:00pm PST
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