I just completed Level 1 training of Judith Hanson Lasater’s Relax and Renew: Learning to Teach Restorative Yoga so it’s fitting to review the book. This is the book for all things restorative yoga. She provides information on the benefits of this type of yoga and a thorough explanation on all of the props usedContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: Relax and Renew by Judith Hanson Lasater”
I recently completed Lasater Yoga’s 21-day Savasana Intensive. Seems strange that Savasana(relaxation) and intensive can go in the same sentence huh? Well THEY DO! Savasana can be one of if not the most difficult poses in yoga. “Why? You just lie on the floor?” Well yes. That’s where the real work happens. Not the outerContinue reading “Lasater Yoga’s 21-Day Savasana Intensive – My thoughts”
Join Katie Overcash, LCSW & RYT-200 at Noda Yoga Oakhurst(1620 Oakhurst Commons Dr, Suite 301) every Sunday at 5pm for a 75-minute Restorative Yoga Class. No prior experience is needed and this type of yoga can accommodate all body types. Katie is a “Relax and Renew® Advanced Trainer” through Judith Hanson Lasater. Restorative Yoga is bestContinue reading “Restorative Yoga @ Noda Yoga”
Overcoming Trauma Through Yoga by David Emerson and Elizabeth Hopper is a must read for anyone looking to use yoga in the healing process from trauma. Whether you are a survivor, mental health therapist, or a yoga instructor, this book has such valuable information. This book is accessible to any of the above groups ofContinue reading “Katie’s Bookshelf: Overcoming Trauma Through Yoga by Emerson & Hopper”
Tips on how to be creative with props in a hotel room to utilize restorative yoga poses.