Restorative yoga stretches your body, improves your nervous system, and calms your mind. All the asanas are more focused and performed slower than in Hatha yoga. There is also use of props, such as straps, blocks, pillows, blankets, and more, all to aid you in achieving the ultimate relaxation. Learn how to teach this gentle yoga practice and book yourself a spot on a Restorative yoga teacher training! Be on your way to getting that sought-after Restorative yoga certification today!
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