Learn the functional approach to teaching with brilliant anatomical and structural insight that will revolutionize your teaching and practice knowledge. This training is suitable for all levels of teachers and students who wish to learn how to practise and teach Yin Yoga safely and creatively. In this fun and interactive training you'll explore the beauty of skeletal variations as I take you through a journey of discovery. Discover your love of anatomy and discover more about yourself and your students!
Through lecture, video and a hands-on approach to learning, you will develop the skills and knowledge to teach Yin Yoga with confidence and creativity.
Learn the practice and theory of Yin Yoga as taught by founder Paul Grilley.
Recognized by Yoga Alliance.
Also recognized by The Yoga Studio College of Canada. A Canadian Alliance of Yoga Teachers & Therapists.
Friday 9:00 - 6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 - 6:00 PM
Sunday 12:30 - 8:00 PM
Monday 9 00 - 5:30 PM
There will be a 1 hour break each day.
This training includes video of cadaver dissection
Your health and safety is my top priority. Social distancing will be in place during the training with mats at a minimum of 6 feet apart. I'm asking all students to bring their own props, snacks and beverages. There will be no physical contact between students and teachers and hand sanitizers will be available to use. You also have the option of live streaming the course if you prefer not to be in the studio.
This Yin Yoga Teacher training will not only give you the skills to teach Yin Yoga safely with creativity and confidence
but will enhance and deepen your teaching and practice in all styles of yoga.
It is impossible to teach Yin Yoga safely and successfully without an understanding of anatomy. Yin Yoga stresses the deep tissues of the body including our joints. If we are to stress the joints in a healthy and safe practice we must have a clear understanding of the difference between compression and tension and the impact that has on our students who are all skeletally so different. The importance of this cannot be overstated. If a student is practising yin yoga in a way that is not suitable for the structure of their joints they are at risk of causing a repetiive injury to their cartilage, nerves, and/or soft tissue. The injury can develop over a short period of weeks or may not manifest for years.
With the growing popularity of Yin Yoga and a highly saturated and competive market of yoga in general, it is more important then ever to stand out as a teacher. The best way you can do that is to be the best teacher you can possibly be. There are a lot of short yin trainings out there but if you want to be a successful and knowlegeable instructor you must be well educated and trained. There are no short-cuts. Choose your training based on quality, integrity and experience, not convenience. You are taking your first steps on your Yin journey. An exciting journey of discovery.
It would be my privelge to guide you along your path, helping you become the successful, creative and compassionate teacher you long to be.
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