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April 27, 2015
Tomako gave you good advice. It would be best to compare the level 1 to the Restorative course for your needs and the needs of your students. Level 1 YTT(Camp in a Box) is good foundational training, which covers all aspects of the nine main styles of Yoga (bhakti, raja, karma, kundalini, yantra, mantra, tantra, jnana, and hatha).
The program is a solid Hatha course, so you will learn about postures, alignment, anatomy, asana benefits but you would also learn about the chakras, nadis, kriyas, mudras, bandhas, pranayama, meditation, modifications, contraindications, and more.
As Tomako mentioned, the Restorative yoga course is for teachers who want to know more about helping anyone learn Yoga. The emphasis is more about Yoga as therapy, anatomy, physioligy, kinesiology, the skeletal body, and modifications for proper alignment.
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