Learn easy and practical restorative poses that you can integrate into everyday life. They can be done while watching TV, lying in bed, or as a formal yoga practice. Learn how to use everyday objects in your home as yoga props including: towels, pillows, blankets, and couch cushions. There will be a short overview of the benefits of restorative yoga, followed by an experiential sequence and will include a take home sheet with images and explanations of the poses to help guide you and your child in a personal practice.
Heidi Camuti Bio:
From an early age, Heidi enjoyed movement and alignment practicing dance at her neighborhood ballet school. In college, she discovered yoga as a way to continue learning the benefits of the mind/ body experience and it has been woven into her life ever since. As a parent, Heidi brings many aspects of yoga and wellness into her home life and family nurturing.
Heidi has been teaching yoga continuously since 2010 following her 300 hour training and 100 hour Children’s Yoga training. Her continuing education includes 100 hour Restorative & Therapeutic training, and 40 hour NIP (Neurological Integrative Pediatric) Yoga, and MFR 1 (Myofascial Release) Message Technique John Barnes Method.
Throughout the years, Heidi has taught conventional and therapeutic adult and children’s group classes and well as therapeutic private sessions for special needs, illness, and injury
in yoga studios, schools, enrichment programs, special events and workshops. Her classes blend traditional yoga poses with supportive props, breathing technique, meditation, and deep relaxation that guide students to their own connection between mind body and heart for optimum health, well being and healing.