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Trauma-Informed Restorative Yoga Workshop

Provide Deeper Healing to Your Clients Through Trauma-Informed Restorative Yoga

Modern medicine is starting to better understand the mind-body connection and how the body keeps score as we navigate our busy, stressful lives.

If you could provide your clients with a groundbreaking approach to restorative practices, would you?

We can help you.

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In 35 minutes, you'll receive 5 tips on how to apply a restorative yoga practice that's trauma-informed and nervous-system-smart.

This workshop is perfect for anyone who wants to complement their services with restorative yoga.

People who would benefit from this information include:

  • Yoga Teachers
  • Psychotherapists
  • Social Workers
  • Professional Coaches
  • Acupuncturists
  • Registered Massage Therapists
  • Bodyworkers
  • Any wellness practitioners interested in adding the benefits of restorative yoga to their skill set

Are you a wellness professional working in any of the industries mentioned above?

Learn how to apply a modern and informed approach to your practice that is not only great for clients experiencing trauma and stress, but will also benefit your client-base as a whole.

Trauma-Informed Approaches To Restorative Yoga - FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME


What We'll Cover

This 35-minute video will go over 5 actionable tips on applying trauma-informed practices that are easy to implement and have a big impact.

We'll cover the most important principles in our approach, including:

  • When Restorative Yoga is and isn't healing
  • Prioritizing permission and choice
  • Getting meaningful consent for adjustments
  • Adapting the Principle of Stillness
  • Adapting the Principle of Darkness
  • Using props with sensitivity, and much more.

Trauma-Informed Approaches To Restorative Yoga - FREE FOR A LIMITED TIME



"In a world that is constantly triggering our threat-response system, restorative yoga is such a treat for our nervous system. Described by teacher-trainer Leena as “babysitting souls” this experiential training was both an opportunity to be nurtured, as well as a rich source of learning to share the gift of intentionally slowing down and tuning into ourselves. Highly recommend this training!"

Melissa Pyne - Social Worker, Psychotherapist, and Professional Coach

"As promised, I had all the time and space I needed to fully practice and allow the many gems of restorative yoga to resonate in body and mind. I am happy for their influence on my journey to softening and more easeful living."


Meet Your Instructors

Hi! We're Leslie Stokman and Leena Miller Cressman.

Leena is the Owner & Founder of Queen Street Yoga and has been teaching Restorative Yoga since 2009. Her approach to restorative practices has been influenced by studies with Liz Koch of Core Awareness and her own intuitive experience using yoga to support her mental health.

Leslie has been teaching yoga since 2015 and also trains yoga teachers. She is a certified TRE Provider (Tension/Trauma Release Exercises) and her in-depth experience provides a deeply trauma-informed approach through a lens that heavily focuses on the nervous system.