Yin Yoga Teacher Training
Learn the principles of Yin Yoga and how to integrate them into any movement or yoga class. Regardless of your intention to teach Yin or not, this training will deepen your understanding about breath and connective tissue as well as enhance your experience with the quieter aspects of yoga. Included: a comprehensive training manual ad hand outs, Yin Yoga audio cd and a certificate of completion presented on the final day.
Type of Event
- Teacher Training
Bay Club Marin, Corte Madera, CA
Friday June 26th 6:00-8:00pm Studio One
Saturday June 27th 1:30-6:30pm Studio One
Sunday June 28th 1:30-6:30pm Studio One
Full payment will secure your place. Limited space available.
Contact Linda Morello at /> 415 945 3054
This is a practice in demand! If you are looking to specialize, Yin is In!
Yin Yoga has become a fixture in many Bay Area studios and fitness centers and it is quickly gaining popularity worldwide as well. A deep and soothing alternative to more aggressive styles of yoga perfect for “people-who-do-too-much,” Yin Yoga was originally introduced to the yoga world by lineage holder and master teacher Paul Grilley. I studied, and assisted, directly with Paul Grilley as well as alongside Yin Yoga master teachers Sarah Powers and Paulie Zink.
The emphasis in Yin Yoga is on releasing muscles rather than contracting them. Each unique class is taught exclusively on the floor, holding passive poses for 3-5 minutes each. Yin Yoga poses target the tighter connective tissues in the hips, hamstrings, and lower spine. It’s practiced in a meditative environment. As a pure flexibility practice, this is an excellent tool for meditators, aging baby-boomers, injured/active athletes, and those new to yoga. It helps release accumulated tension in the body and simultaneously find a peaceful place for the mind.