Thai Restorative Intensive 

next upcoming class May 15-17, 2020

@ The Ivy Yoga School

Due to Covid-19 this training is post poned, please stay safe and stay tuned for future trainings. Many Blessings!

Thai Restorative Intensives are an 18 hour training/receiving weekend.

Students will leave ready to start practicing a 60 minute sequence. 

Friday 5pm-9pm

Saturday 9am-5pm

Sunday 9am-3pm

Thai Restorative Bodywork is a combination of Thai Bodywork, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Therapy Techniques to balance, relax the body and calm the nervous system. 

This training is for anyone who currently does Thai Bodywork but wants to go deeper into the work as a mind/body therapy. Yoga teachers who want to widen their scope and offerings to students, learn hands on assists as well as restorative postures. Massage therapists who want some new tools for treating clients and anyone interested in this healing art form. No experience in yoga or massage needed to join us. Participants need to be able to get up and down from the floor and be comfortable with touch. We will practice on each other throughout the weekend so plan on finding your own healing in the learning process!

Student comments:

"I am coming away not only with a sequence that I have added to my toolbox as a yoga teacher, but also a fresh new attitude about being a teacher, how best to serve my students/clients."

"Great pacing, Chitra's peaceful energy seemed effortless. Clear and gentle but rich with detail and describes the effect perfectly." - Elizabeth Barr

"Chitra has the gift of being able to teach in a way that allows the student to develop intuition and embodiment of the work." - Raine Clarke

"The weekend I spent with Chitra in her Thai restorative body work intensive added many tools to my toolbox as a yoga therapist. I learned techniques for centering myself as the practitioner and beautiful, fluid postures and assists that support the nervous system for clients. Chitra is a patient teacher with a lot of knowledge and experience. I would absolutely love to continue learning from her." - Caitlin Shiflett