Restorative Flow Teacher Training


NEXT TRAININGS – April 29 1:00-6 & 30 10:00-3


Limited spots available. Please register online @ OmB Mind Body! Online scheduling page.

Investment: $295 Early Registration (30 days prior to workshop start), $325 within 30 days. Price includes training book.

(Restorative Flow training qualifies with Yoga Alliance as Continuing Education Units)

Restorative Flow is a wonderful style of yoga to use as a standalone class or as a warm-up or cool-down to your existing yoga class. It is a luxurious yoga practice with movements that are slow, gentle, repetitive and rocking to create a class that is deeply nourishing.

Yoga students who will benefit from this type of practice are:

-those who want to deeply relax and de-stress
-those wanting a contemplative practice
-those with chronic illnesses such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, arthritis and are looking for ways to exercise in a safe manner
-those with limited range of motion
-those who want to develop their awareness of subtle energy or prana

Restorative Flow classes differ from “restorative poses” in that the class is a gentle flow from one relaxing posture into the next. There is no stopping to gather props, to situate yourself in a pose, or to have the help of another person to position you in the pose. One pose flows seamlessly into the next in a relaxing continuum.

For a Restorative Flow class you need only a mat and one blanket. This makes it easy for yoga teachers who go from one site to the next to teach their classes to offer this style without having to supply lots of blankets, blocks, etc.

This style is excellent for:

-people who want to incorporate self-healing into their lifestyle
-yoga teachers who want to add a specialty to their yoga class offerings
-teachers wanting to incorporate parts of Restorative Flow into their regular hatha yoga classes


What past attendees are saying…


Katie P teaching


I loved this workshop! I really enjoyed the layout of the manual, how logical the teaching of the practice is; the teaching of information followed by practice and the hand on experience of getting to teach a group of students new to me. Restorative Flow will be a part of my practice from now on. I really like knowing I can keep asking Cheryl for help and information anytime I need help. ~ Katie P 2016



Leslie, Jessica, Linda


As a student still studying, I found this workshop excellent! I’m excited about how I’m going to use it next year (when I’m finished with my training). The small class size was wonderful… Stream video life so people like me, in Australia, can stay in touch. ~ Leslie, November 2015


~ I love the workbook we got with so much great information! It will be nice to have it as a reference. I also love that we moved and practiced. ~ Jessica, November 2015

~ The teachers were so informative and welcoming. There was a wealth of knowledge. So much useful information to incorporate into all my classes. ~ Linda, November 2015

2014 ~

ombalance-restorative-flow-yoga-dallas-tx~ Fantastic! Good energy shared by all. Great content. Great manual! I feel confident in what I learned. I can walk out & teach Restorative Flow classesstarting tomorrow. My intention at the start of class was to gather a few golden nuggets. This class exceeded that – I hit the jackpot! ~ Martha, June 2014

~ Great to teach in class & have evaluation. I love the book! It is well written & easy to follow. Will be a great resource for teaching. Learned so much in 2 days. Wonderful small class size. ~ Lori, June 2014

~ Best workshop ever – much more info than I had expected! Wonderful! ~ Betsy, 2014

~ From the moment I stepped foot into the studio until I left to walk out the front door, each moment was absolutely premier. When I first walked into the studio I was overwhelmed by it’s beauty and warmth, such a welcoming atmosphere… This entire workshop was classy, classy, classy and the women that put it on made it so… I remember almost every detail and felt very much alive during the whole time… nothing has been dumped into the pit of forgetfulness due to a boring or uneventful agenda.  ~ Barbara, 2014