Yin Yoga Course for Teachers and Practitioners
Yin Yoga is a therapeutic yoga practice which benefits the bones, joints, muscles, fascia and the nervous system. It derives its knowledge from the Hatha yoga and Chinese Medicine traditions and is the closest to the most ancient descriptions of yoga.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
Early Bird before 15th of Jan
Yin Yoga is a therapeutic yoga practice which benefits the bones, joints, muscles, fascia and the nervous system. It derives its knowledge from the Hatha yoga and Chinese Medicine traditions and is the closest to the most ancient descriptions of yoga. This course is for all mind-body practitioners and anyone interested in deepening their Yin Yoga practice.
LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE: MAX. 6 students
Yin yoga is suitable for practitioners of all levels, from fitness freaks to bedridden patients and it can benefit all these populations. It can improve the following conditions:
-MS and other inflammatory neurological disorders
The Yin / Restorative Yoga Teacher Diploma is a 30h complementary course suitable for yoga teachers, fitness and Pilates instructors, physiotherapists, mind-body therapists etc.
Investment: 375 EUR
Venue: 5 Elements - International School of Yoga and Movement, Kraków
If you are not a yoga teacher yet, learn about our 200h teacher training course here 452075414942191/
Vinay Jesta, E-RYT - Director of International Teacher Training Courses
Vinay is an experienced yoga teacher (500RYT) with over 6000 instruction hours. He is trained in various Yoga traditions and teaches Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa flow (Power), Ashtanga Vinyasa, Acro Yoga and others.
In India, he led personal and group classes, as well as mass yoga events (with over 100 participants). He also organised workshops and outstation yoga retreats.
Szymon Jarosławski, PhD, E-RYT
Szymon has a PhD in Life Sciences and work experience in the healthcare sector, but his passion for work with people and for Global Health led him to India, where he worked as a researcher and volunteer for four years, from 2010. During that time he also deepened his knowledge and practice of yoga, dance therapy and Thai massage.
He studied with several teachers from various traditions for over 1,500 hours and he obtained diplomas of yoga teacher, yoga therapist and Thai massage therapist. Szymon has led over 2,500 hours of private and group classes for people with various needs, including the blind and people with mental disability, as well as yoga therapy and prenatal yoga sessions. His students ranged from yoga lovers and people with health problems to senior managers of multinational corporations looking to cope with stress more effectively. Prior to his stay in India, he practised various meditation methods for 14 years.