iRest Level 1 Training Certification

 iRest Level 1 Training Certification

Join us for this rare opportunity to train in a small group setting over the course of two weekends with Richard Miller, PhD & Stephanie Lopez.

March 18-20 & April 15-17

Friday’s 6-9pm, Saturday’s 12-8pm, Sunday’s 12:30-6pm at the Yoga Garden San Anselmo.

This Level I training is designed to provide you with the basic principles, history, theory, practice and delivery of iRest. This will allow you to incorporate the simple 10-step iRest protocol into your personal life, professional teaching or clinical practice. The protocol has been designed for use in various settings that include a personal practice, yoga environments, physical therapy, massage therapy, social work, clinical and medical settings, alternative or integrative medical practices as well as in-job training and job resiliency programs.

Read more about Level I Training here.

Read more about the Trainer, Richard Miller.

Registration is available online below as an open module that is part of a 300 hour Somatic Yoga Therapy Training with Janice Gates and faculty.

For transportation and nearby lodging information at this San Francisco Bay Area (Marin County) event, please email Janice directly at:


Tuition – $1395 early registration (extended to 1/30/16!), $1495 thereafter

$500 deposit saves your space – balance due 2/15/16

iRest materials fee – $100 (cash or check only due on 3/15/16) includes 300 page manual and Level 1 Training audio download

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somatic-millerRichard Miller, PhD
Richard Miller is the founder and director of the non-profit Integrative Restoration Institute, co-founder and co-president of the Institute for Spirituality and Psychology, and co-founder of The International Association of Yoga Therapy. Richard is the author of Yoga Nidra: The Meditative Heart of Yoga as well as numerous articles including Welcoming All That Is, in The Sacred Mirror: Nondual Wisdom and Psychotherapy. He is recognized as a leader in the field of yoga, yoga therapy and nondualism, honored by Yoga Journal and featured in American Yoga and Will Yoga and Meditation Really Change My Life?