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These Standards are requirements to become a Registered Yoga School (RYS) that offers a Restorative Yoga program.
Techniques, Training and Practice
At least 10 restorative poses
Chanting & Mantra
Contact 15 Hrs Non Contact 0 Hrs Min Hours With Leads 15 Hrs Total 15 Hrs
Communication skills such as group dynamics, time management, and boundaries setting/Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting and correcting/Teaching and learning styles/Business aspects of teaching yoga (including marketing and legal)
Contact 10 Hrs Non Contact 0 Hrs Min Hours With Leads 10 Hrs Total 30 Hrs
Anatomy and Physiology
Human Anatomy and Physiology and advance Chakras related to restorative yoga.
Contact 10 Hrs Non Contact 10 Hrs Min Hours With Leads 10 Hrs Total 20 Hrs
Restorative Yoga philosophy
Contact 15 Hrs Non Contact 10 Hrs Min Hours With Leads 20 Hrs Total 30 Hrs
50 class taught outside classroom post training
Contact 0 Hrs Non Contact 30 Hrs Min Hours With Leads 0 Hrs Total 30 Hrs
Total Contact Hrs: 50 hrs
Total Non Contact Hrs: 50 hrs
Min Total Hours With Leads: 50 hrs
Total Hrs: 100 hrs
Online Restorative Program Requirements
- Students need to be tested both in theory (e.g. yoga philosophy, etc) and practice (e.g. the ability teach class) to demonstrate that they have gained the same level of knowledge and skill that would be obtained, if they had taken the program in person.
- Schools need to in their syllabus a sample of how they will evaluate theory (e.g. yoga philosophy, etc) and practice (e.g. the ability teach class).
- All restorative programs requires a trainer with a ERYT 200 and RYT Restorative.
- Maximum of 2 trainers per program per location.