Module history & philosophy:
Understand another 12+ Yin Yoga poses & their variations.
How to create custom Yin sequences.
Understand Yin Yoga specific Anatomy & Physiology.
Yin Yoga philosophy
Energy pathways in the body and how to get them flowing.
The Traditional Chinese Medicine system; 14 meridians.
The power of your breath.
How to teach a 60-90 minute Yin class.
How to teach & modify Yin Yoga poses.
Module anatomy & physiology:
Introduction to anatomy of the human body as it relates to the asanas. Basic physiology with particular emphasis on muscles, fascia and respiration.
Looking at skeletal system of the body.
Understanding of variable anatomy.
Explore the nervous system, knee and hip joints, the pelvis, the spine and other topics.
Understand tension versus compression
Physiological and energetic effects of asanas, pranayama, meditation and relaxation.
Study the benefits and contraindications of the Yin Yoga asanas.
Learn about the role of the connective tissues in relation to Yoga practice.
This training is for:
Yoga practitioners who want to learn about Yin Yoga, how to practice it and teach it.
Qualified yoga teachers who want to learn Yin Yoga to expand their scope of teaching.
Mindfulness & life coaches, bodyworkers and healers who want to deepen their own understanding and practice and for using it in their work.
Physiotherapists and sports doctors who want to use the deep healing power of Yin yoga for their patients/clients to benefit their recovery.
Yoga Alliance RYT-200/500 Teachers who are looking for Yoga Alliance CEU hours.
Yoga studios and yoga school owners who want to add value to the classes they offer to their clients
Why choose this Yin course:
There are a lot of Yoga Teacher Training courses on the market. You should choose one that feels good.
Jane has done several teacher courses in the past and has learned what she finds important in a course and wants to share those aspects with you.
She is a down to earth yogi that will offer you a professional comprehensive course that she has created with a lot of passion. She has learned so much that she wants to share with you. As for mostly all of us, her first teacher training course was a big positive turning point in her live.
You will find a lot of teacher training centers & studios that have courses in huge groups.
We have chosen to work with small groups (18 max.). This creates a nice and intimate setting, were people can feel save and can share their experiences openly.
Working with small groups gives us the opportunity to give you enough attention and personal feedback.
It is desirable that you have attended yoga classes for some time (at least for a few months).
You need to be in good health both physically and mentally. Injuries can be accommodated.
Please send an email if you are not sure about your physical or mental abilities.
Jane recommends you to read ‘The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga’ by Bernie Clark either before, during or straight after the Yin training. It will give you a lot of in-depth information. Information Jane also give you during the training, but it’s great to repeat what we learn so that it will stay put in our brains.