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Nourish & Restore

Nourish & Restore

Overview

4 week online training
Restorative & Slow Flow

Frenetic laps, incessant news cycle bringing more anxiety, and to do lists that never seem to get ticked off. In this moment, I’m in need of a serious reset, replenishment, and deep rest.

Over four weeks, we’ll drop into body, mind, spirit to find the spaces between effort and surrender. By making space to slow down and find stillness, we allow our system to release into its great integrative power.

We’ll explore

  • Ways to replenish the nervous system
  • Practices to move out of the fight or flight cyclical response and learn to nourish adrenals
  • Slow and fluid sequences to cultivate sustainable power from the inside out
  • Restorative postures that can be woven into your practice and teachings
  • Meditation to refill mind, body, spirit
  • Pranayama to balance hormone levels
  • Chanting to awaken your hearts longing
  • Ways to integrate introspective movement into personal practice and teaching

Curriculum

Throughout the course, we’ll explore conscious relaxation and what it is to cultivating a deep, inner stillness. Through this stillness, we have the opportunity to deepen our understanding of what guides our actions.

Each week, a new module will be released. You can watch the videos in that module on your own schedule. We will also have opportunities to come together in community to share reflections and ask questions.

  • Available Now | Introductory week: Preparation, Props, and Course Overview
  • November 11 | Module 1: Slowing Down: Finding Wisdom and Wholeness
  • November 18 | Module 2: Exploring the Senses
  • November 25 | Module 3: Finding Compassion
  • December 2 | Module 4: Cultivating Sustainability

Each week will include

  • A discussion of the week’s theme, including the physiology and philosophy underlying the theme
  • A guided Slow flow sequence
  • A guided restorative practice
  • A breakdown of 6-7 restorative poses

Recommended Readings

Throughout the course, we’ll recommend readings from Restore & Rebalance: Yoga for Deep Relaxation by Judith Lasater

Certification Hours

The immersion can be taken for 20 continuing education hours, or as an elective for Janet's teacher training programs.

Enrollment

Enrollment is closed and will reopen in fall 2022 for the December 2022 offering

Janet Stone

Janet Stone

Janet’s studentship began at 17 under the meditation teachings of Prem Rawat. His reverence for simplicity and finding joy in the rise and fall of life live on in her practice and teaching today. In 1996, she traveled to India, the birthplace of her grandfather, and became dedicated to the path of yoga. Janet blends the alchemy of her own practice with decades of studentship. She aspires not to teach but to allow the practice to emanate from her, letting awareness blend with movement and breath. Based in Bali and San Francisco, she leads immersions, retreats, workshops and more.

Registration & pricing

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FAQ’s

How is this course set up?
We are using an intuitive, yet robust platform called Mighty Networks that creates space for community connection alongside a robust learning environment.

Will I get access to everything at once?
In order to provide a container for this practice and process, one lesson will be covered each week for 4 weeks.

As soon as you sign up, you’ll get access to introductory lectures and practices that will thread through the entire course.

Then, on Week 1, a new module will be released.

I live in a different timezone (or country or continent)? Will I be able to participate in the course?
The course is setup so that it works for individuals no matter where they live in the world. New content will be released each week, and you can work through the practices, videos and exercises at your own pace.

Can I rewatch or review content from earlier weeks?
Yes, absolutely. Once content for a week is unlocked, you will have access to that in the future. You can return to the material again and again.

Is there a deadline to complete the course?
While we have set up the course as a 4-week offering, it is perfectly great to take more time to finish. There is no deadline to complete the course.

How much time should I plan to spend on the course each week?
To a degree, this is up to you. Each week includes about two hours of training and practice materials. Basically, expect to spend anywhere from 3 to 9 hours per week on the course, depending on how deeply you want to immerse. Since it’s available to you after the course ends, if you are tighter on time, you can come back to the practices or spread it over additional weeks (this is very common).

Who do I email with additional questions?
If your question wasn’t answered here, email us at connie@janetstoneyoga.com

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