Roll and Restore: A Restorative Yoga Teacher Training

Santa Barbara Roll and Restore yoga teacher training

Roll and Restore has been a passion project of mine since I began teaching yoga and I was first exposed to myofascial release. A typical Roll and Restore class combines proven myofascial release techniques with a gentle restorative yoga practice that may include deeply nourishing supported restorative postures, yin style poses, and gentle movements to improve circulation, flexibility, and mobility.

In this 50 hour restorative yoga teacher training you will learn how to help your students relieve tension and tightness, increase mobility, improve the health of their muscles and connective tissue, reduce stress and improved mind-body connection. This grounding yoga practice gives you the tools to guide your students into deeper states of relaxation. If you work with athletes, the elderly, or overworked/overstressed populations this is the perfect addition to add to your toolkit.

The 50 hour Roll and Restore: Restorative Yoga Teacher Training in Santa Barbara Includes:

  • 50+ page Roll and Restore Manual & Workbook
  • 1 set of Yoga Tune Up Balls
  • Teaching methodology for the Roll & Restore class format
  • Techniques for myofascial release of the feet, legs, back, shoulders, and neck
  • Applied anatomy & physiology
  • The nervous system
  • Sequencing
  • Alignment, assists and proper placement of balls
  • An intro to marmani
  • Contraindications
  • Restorative yoga
    • Restorative yoga asana
    • learn proper placement and use of props
    • the breath
    • themes

This continuing education training may be applied toward Yoga Alliance’s continuing education requirement.

This Roll and Restore: Restorative Yoga Teacher Training in Santa Barbara will take place in a private residence in the San Roque/Hope area. There are numerous restaurants and grocery stores nearby, including a Whole Foods store. If you will be joining the Santa Barbara Yoga Teacher Training from somewhere else, you will find a handful of small hotels nearby. The residence address will be released once your acceptance into the YTT has been approved.

YTT training dates:

  • February 1-3, 2019
  • February 22-24, 2019

Daily Schedule:

  • Friday 5-9
  • Saturday 8-6 (1 hr. lunch)
  • Sunday 8-6 (1 hr. lunch)
  • Digital Modules & Homework ~ 6 hours Completed by February 24, 2019.

Your Investment:

$599 USD*

*Partial scholarships and work-trades are available. Please inquire via the contact form.

If you have questions or would like to apply, please contact Autumn. You will receive your application link via email.

You do not have to be a yoga instructor to attend this yoga teacher training. If you simply would like to feel better in your own body and learn how to reduce stress then please reach out! I would love to have you join us for this training.

This yoga teacher training requires a minimum of 4 students and no more than 10 students.

Meet Your Instructor for the Santa Barbara Roll and Restore Yoga Teacher Training

Autumn Adams, E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP

Santa Barbara restorative yoga teacher training Originally from Bend, Oregon, Autumn Adams is a recent transplant to the Santa Barbara area. She moved to Santa Barbara in September 2018 with her husband Steve and their fur babies Sal and Jedi. Autumn created Roll & Restore to meet the needs of her active student base… who were stiff, tight, and stressed out. She has been inspired by the therapeutic and restorative teachings of Leann Carey, Judith Hanson Lasater, James Mattingley, Jill Miller, and Peter Sterios.

Autumn founded Ambuja Yoga in 2014 as a way to not only share her love of yoga, travel & adventure but as a way to cultivate intention, courage and grace in her students. She hopes her students will leave with a feeling of purpose and with the ability to invite their intention into all aspects of their lives.

Autumn encourages her students to be conscious creators… to have the courage to take risks (both big and small), to listen deeply to their body, to their gut, to their heart and to have the grace to “roll with the punches” on this messy path we call life. Learn more about Ambuja Yoga by reading this letter from Autumn, founder of Ambuja Yoga.