YOGA NIDRA TRAINING FOR TEACHERS & INTERESTED STUDENTS
Yoga Nidra Training Course 12 hour CPD
with Theo Wildcroft
22nd – 23rd June 2024
Early Bird Price £225 until 1st April then £250
SATURDAY 10:00AM – 6:00PM
SUNDAY 10:00AM – 5:00PM
- Date: 22nd – 23rd June 2024
- Time: Saturday 10-6pm, Sunday 10-5pm
- Cost: Early Bird Price £225 until 1st April then £250
- Location: Yoga Reading, In studio
When we understand the roots, development and structure at the heart of practices like savasana and yoga nidra, we can hold a much safer, inclusive space to welcome our students into resting well together.
Theo Wildcroft is known for being a researcher in contemporary yoga spaces who also delivers high quality training in ethics, consent, inclusivity and pedagogical history, theory and practice. But she has also been leading acclaimed yoga nidra workshops for more than a decade.
This training has been carefully designed to train yoga teachers in offering simple yoga nidras comfortably, confidently, and creatively. In it, we will cover:
How rest is experienced, barriers to rest, and how to best aid your students to access this state
The history of nidra, from pre-modern origins to recent techniques
The various esoteric maps that have been used to understand the landscape of nidra
Ensuring your teaching is accessible and trauma informed
A simple and safe structure for creating yoga nidra, with added skills to make the practice both more accessible, and more creative
This training builds on the course offered through Yoga Reading in 2022. The group will be small, to allow the individual attention needed to develop skills in real time.
We will be meeting at the transition point between spring and summer for a
Workshop that embraces deep dreaming and gentle waking together.
Sign up early to be sure of your place on this unique course.
Theo Wildcroft (PhD, E-RYT® 500, YACEP®) is a teacher, writer and scholar working for a more sustainable relationship between our many selves, the communities that hold us, and the world that nourishes us.
Her research considers the democratization of yoga post-lineage, and the many
different ways yoga communities are responding to concerns about safety in practice. She’s a lover of vulnerable people, of wild things and wild places, and of the simple miracle of life itself.
Theo delivers compelling lectures and holds careful and thoughtful spaces for groups and individuals to deepen their knowledge, share experiences and acquire new skills.
Her teaching aims to be fully accessible and inclusive, discussion-led, community-focused, and sensitive to the needs of vulnerable, traditionally excluded and neuro-diverse populations.
Please contact us to discuss any specific or additional needs.