11/30 – Hypnotic Restorative Yoga – Yoga Tree Telegaph

Hypnotic Restorative Yoga with John Rettger & Ewa Litauer

Location: Yoga Tree Telegraph

Date: 11/30/2013 – Saturday

From: 2:30 pm – 5:45 pm
Hypnotic Restorative Yoga is a sacred union of the powerful healing energies of hypnosis and restorative yoga- creating a safe and spacious internal atmosphere of positive transformation for psyche and spirit.

In this workshop, we draw from ancient, shamanic and earth-based healing traditions, Buddhism, Hinduism, hypnotherapy and transpersonal psychology to create a modern fusion of collective healing energy. Embracing the subconscious as a source of wisdom and guidance, we contact the satguru (inner-healer) to direct each individual’s healing journey. We cultivate a grounded, centered, positive psychological state through restorative yoga postures, guided imagery, hypnotherapy and meditative practices to transform body and mind toward greater wholeness. By embarking on this unique healing journey, you move toward the freedom, grace, and highest aspiration you may be seeking (at this time of global shifts.)

John Rettger, a Yoga Tree teacher and a doctor of clinical transpersonal psychology, guides you through a deep and blissful restorative yoga sequence creating physical openness and receptivity allowing the mind to soften and settle into the hypnotherapy practices directed by Ewa Litauer, a hypnotherapist, restorative yoga teacher, and Reiki healer. Together, John and Ewa weave a tapestry of sacred space allowing you to access and mobilize your own inner healing potential.

This workshop is open to practitioners of all levels of experience with yoga. No previous yoga experience is required. This workshop is especially beneficial for those experiencing stress, chronic illness, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, pregnant women, new parents, couples, women desiring to get pregnant, or those seeking to deepen their psychological and spiritual awareness.

Cost: $40 advance, $50 at the door

Register at this linkhttps://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/home.asp?studioid=-45

Participants are welcome to contact John directly with questions, requests, or concerns about Restorative yoga at john@johnyoga.com and inquiries concerning Hypnotherapy can be sent to Ewa at ewa@sfhypnotherapy.com.


John Rettger, PhD, RYT-200 has been a long time spiritual seeker and since 2009 has been teaching mindfulness-based awareness practices. In recent years, he has been concentrating on the integration of clinical psychology and spiritual traditions. John is incredibly excited about the emerging field of mind-body medicine and the use of yoga and mindfulness-based practices in medical, educational, and clinical settings. John’s teaching is informed by his extensive yoga training and his work as a clinical researcher in the Stanford University School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. John completed his doctorate in clinical psychology at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University where he studied a psychospiritual intervention for spiritual well-being and quality of life changes in women living with breast cancer.

Ewa Litauer, M.A., has been practicing Hypnotherapy since 2001. She has a private practice in San Francisco, providing and teaching Hypnotherapy and Reiki; she also offers her services to various medical and alternative health clinics in the Bay Area. Ewa studied Restorative Yoga with Judith Lasater in 2010, and in 2011 she assisted with a study with the University of California investigating the benefits of stretching and Restorative Yoga for the Metabolic Syndrome. She is passionate about combining healing and spiritual practices to assist everyone in bringing out their best selves.
With online registration you are reserving one spot in the workshop. To reserve for additional students, please contact the studio where the workshop will be held.

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