Your yoga practice has sacred value. It’s the space where you feel most whole + complete - and you want to make this practice & feeling accessible to others, or gain more understanding to guide you on your own mat.
Join us for a 2-Weekend Format that offers a yin immersion to students and certification to teachers...
DOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU?
You have always gravitated toward the stillness of yoga and feel a great affinity for yin and restorative practices. Maybe you’ve been dabbling in workshops and retreats to deepen your practice, or, you’ve even taken a full teacher training. You’ve gained something every time you unroll your mat but you’re hungry for more. You want to go deeper into the esoteric qualities of stillness and pass the wisdom you’ve found within yourself through your practice on to others in a way that is clear and succinct.
You’ve practiced yoga for a long time and are struggling with injury or emotional pain you cannot heal (and you want to gain an understanding of anatomy, alignment, physiology or dig into the psychological shifts that occur on the mat so that you heal yourself and grow stronger)
You took a teacher training but haven’t put it to work and feel re-inspired (but you want to teach in a way that is simple, clear, and can impact your students the way yoga has impacted you)
You are teaching already, but your training didn’t cover everything you think you need (and you want to add depth to your classes by understanding the science behind the practice and learning ways to integrate science into the soul)
You consider yourself a “yin aficionado” but have never studied the practice in depth. You feel called to learn more about Chinese Medicine and the practice of yin whether to integrate into your own home practice or to integrate into your teachings.
30-Hour Foundational Program
January 20-22nd and February 24-26th, 2023
THE POWER OF PASSIVE
JOIN US FOR A
30-Hour Weekend Intensive on Yin Yoga
Deepen your personal experience and empower a credible, unique relationship with “yin” energy by learning the foundations of Chinese Medicine and how they inform the practice of yin.
Discover the science behind passive holds and the effect they have on the fascia and the nervous system.
Explore meridian lines and 12 foundational positions of yin yoga --learn passive alignment cues, modifications, use of props and appropriate ways of creating accessibility.
Create sequences that speak to your wisdom as a student and voice as a teacher and practice teaching your peers, receiving feedback and tangible ways to grow.
Gain perspective on how yin can be integrated into vinyasa yoga and how it can become a part of a balanced practice for healing.
HOW IT WORKS:
Our Schedule Runs Friday evening, Saturday & Sunday on our training weekends.
January 20-22nd, 2023
Friday July 29th 6:00-9:00PM
The embodied Experience of Yin
Opening Circle & Intention Setting
Saturday July 30th 12:30-5:00PM
Overview of Yin
Foundations of Chinese Medicine
Introduction to Meridians
Sunday July 31st 11:00-4:00PM
12 Foundational Postures of Yin
February 24-26th, 2023
Friday February 24th 6:00-9:00PM
The embodied Experience of Yin
Pranayama, Breath work to Support Yin
Saturday February 25th 11:00-4:00PM
Methodology for Teaching Passive Practices
Teaching through a Trauma-Informed Lense
Sunday February 26th 11:00-4:00PM
HERE'S EVERYTHING YOU GET WHEN YOU SIGN UP:
25 Contact-Hours of Continuing Education
That cover Anatomy, Philosophy, Energy Work, and methodologies to teach.
Access to a Private Participant Facebook Group
Here you can articulate your feelings, hang ups, and revelations. You can bond, seek guidance, share opportunities and form relationships with peers who “get” the journey you are on. We’ll post assignments and ask for you to share your work in this group - but beyond that - these groups are where lifelong friends are often made.
A 24/7 Online Classroom
Where your lessons, worksheets and personal practices live. While this program is an 2-weekend commitment, you’ll be able to revisit content as often as you’d like for the next 3 months.
Opportunities to Put Your Learnings to Work
Through at home assignments, you’ll be asked to put what you’ve experienced or read about into your own words and action. You’ll receive feedback and guidance from us and support from your peers as you dig into your unique wisdom.
You will be given an opportunity to teach your peers and receive feedback so that you’ll leave this training with a solid, road-tested sequence you can use for your own practice or take into your work teaching or serving your community.
A Certificate of Completion
Upon completion, you’ll receive a certificate of completion acknowledging for 26 hours of coursework. We all love the feeling of accomplishment, and we are big believers in accountability, so we want to reward everyone who makes a commitment to moving through this course.
ABOUT YOUR GUIDE
With a deep respect for the power behind "contentment" ~ I love exploring the passive energy of yin. I am a 20+ year student of yoga who first fell in love with athletic styles of practice. It wasn't under I had burned off my youthful energy that yin surfaced and became appealing to me.
I have been practicing since 2001 and teaching since 2004. I hold a 500hr certification from Laughing Lotus NYC with a 100HRs of training in yin and energy work. I am also working toward a 300HR with Yoga Medicine. These two programs touch on the opposite spectrums of "what I love about yoga" --- it's innate ability to heal and connect us to our physical body and it's ancient wisdom of what's beyond the physical body.
While yoga has a deep, history - yin is a relatively new application of yoga asana. I began writing this program based on a deep need to explore the foundations of yin through the lens of western medicine and eastern philosophy and to fortify teachers who love sharing the practice want to expand their knowledge of Chinese medicine and the foundations of the nervous system.
Training: Open Doors Yoga in Boston, Power Yoga
Laughing Lotus NYC, 500HR, Vinyasa, Yin & Restorative Yoga
Yoga Medicine, Chinese Medicine, Womens Health, Trauma-Informed Teaching, Anatomy