Restorative Yoga Teacher Training 2021

with Karla Brodie and Neal Ghoshal

8 Days of Training over 2 long weekends
26th to 29th June
31st July to 3rd August
(over 70 hours of training)

In essence, Restorative Yoga is a well-being practice.

This training is a retreat into the essential principles of Restorative Yoga which include support, containment, ease and self-renewal.

What distinguishes this training is the level of innovation and refined use of props to create postures that uniquely support an individual student.

The skills and principles learned will compliment any Yoga student and teacher wanting to create a deeply nourishing experience of rest in Yoga practice.

This course will prepare you to teach Restorative Yoga and integrate restorative poses into your classes.

Restorative Yoga is now a key component in many Yoga classes. Karla and Neal have a combined 35 years of experience teaching Restorative Yoga classes, courses, individuals and in retreat environments.

Check out the interview with Karla and Neal as they share about their passion for Restorative Yoga:

Teacher Interview: Karla Brodie and Neal Ghoshal talk about the powerful practice of Restorative Yoga

This Restorative Yoga Training includes a day with Neal Ghoshal on iRest Yoga Nidra.

Having directly learned from inspirational teachers like Richard Miller and Donna Farhi, Neal is passionate about this approach to Yoga Nidra as a deeply restful and healing practice which re-connects us to our essential, true nature, which is always whole and at ease.

Supported Reclined Bound Angle

Training Hours

7.30-9am Yoga practice
9-9.30am Breakfast
9.30am-1pm Session
1-2pm Lunch
2-6pm Session

Benefits of Restorative Yoga

The benefits of restorative yoga are many. They include

  • dismantling of chronic tension patterns
  • enhanced immune function
  • effective cellular respiration
  • reduced hyper-tension in the cardiovascular system
  • reduced mental and emotional tension
  • a body-mind returned to a natural state of ease and equilibrium

In this module we will learn how the autonomic nervous system, and endocrine system function and how they interact in stressful situations to create disease.

Integrative Restoration iRest Yoga Nidra.

iRest is integrative, in that it heals the various unresolved issues, traumas, and wounds that are present in the body and mind.

It is restorative in that it aids its practitioners in recognizing their underlying peace of mind that is always present amidst all changing circumstances of life.



There was a profound truth and ease present here that made it possible to discover some of one’s own profound truths and ease.


Katrina Kidson

Karla and Neal - Thank you for such a beautiful weekend. I have arrived back into the stillness within.


Meghann Stewart

The manual is an amazing resource and always will be.


Karen Ross

Being on retreat with you Karla and Neal is so utterly nourishing, relaxing and restoring. You both live and embody your teachings which makes the experience even more special. Thank you.



Thanks Karla and Neal for the amazing weekend. It was a beautiful gift to be here. Your peaceful and loving energy certainly made the weekend special.

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