Welcome to Episode 25 of Let’s Talk Yoga!
I didn’t give restorative yoga much thought earlier in my practice as I didn’t really need it. But as I grow older and things become more challenging in life, it has been my refuge. Restorative yoga focuses not on stretching but more on relaxation for conscious deep rest. It aims to release tension and stress. If you agree that it is what everybody needs right now, let Adelene Cheong enlighten you as she unleashes the power and potential of restorative yoga.
I met Adelene in an online training that I did with Judith Hanson Lasater and Lizzie Lasater recently. Adelene Cheong is a senior restorative yoga teacher trainer based in London, UK. Aside from restorative yoga, she also specializes in yoga nidra, and most importantly, she has yoga for scoliosis program as she was also diagnosed with S-curve scoliosis at age 13. Her inspiration comes from inquiry-based somatic approach, integrated movement, exploration, living, and being in stillness.
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(E-RYT / YACEP / SYT / BWY Teacher / Adv R&R® Trainer / Certified iRest® Teacher)
Adelene is a passionate practitioner and senior teacher of Yoga. As a leading Yoga for Scoliosis and Restorative Yoga Trainer, she believes in supporting and guiding her students to unveil their fullest potential through somatic embodiment and experiential learning.