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Yin Yoga Continuum Training – Level II

June 4, 2011 by Marla No Comments »

This course of intensive study will build on the Yin Yoga practices and principles that we established in the YIN YOGA FOUNDATION TRAINING. The lens through which we experience the practices of universal balance will widen to include a deeper study of meridian theory, the Tao and five element theory, chakra theory, gross anatomy, subtle energy anatomy and contemplative work. We will refine and enhance our work with pranayama, mantra and vinyasa, as well as increase our repertoire of Yin postures. The Divine Abodes will provide the framework for furthering our study of mindfulness as it relates to the embodied practice of meditation and all expressions of Yin Yoga.

Can’t make any of our trainings? Bring Yin Yoga Teacher Training to your facility! Contact us to find out how…

 

Yin Yoga Continuum Training – Level II

May 7, 2011 by Marla No Comments »

This course of intensive study will build on the Yin Yoga practices and principles that we established in the YIN YOGA FOUNDATION TRAINING. The lens through which we experience the practices of universal balance will widen to include a deeper study of meridian theory, the Tao and five element theory, chakra theory, gross anatomy, subtle energy anatomy and contemplative work. We will refine and enhance our work with pranayama, mantra and vinyasa, as well as increase our repertoire of Yin postures. The Divine Abodes will provide the framework for furthering our study of mindfulness as it relates to the embodied practice of meditation and all expressions of Yin Yoga.

Can’t make any of our trainings? Bring Yin Yoga Teacher Training to your facility! Contact us to find out how…

 

Yin Yoga Continuum Training – Level II

April 2, 2011 by Marla No Comments »

This course of intensive study will build on the Yin Yoga practices and principles that we established in the YIN YOGA FOUNDATION TRAINING. The lens through which we experience the practices of universal balance will widen to include a deeper study of meridian theory, the Tao and five element theory, chakra theory, gross anatomy, subtle energy anatomy and contemplative work. We will refine and enhance our work with pranayama, mantra and vinyasa, as well as increase our repertoire of Yin postures. The Divine Abodes will provide the framework for furthering our study of mindfulness as it relates to the embodied practice of meditation and all expressions of Yin Yoga.

Can’t make any of our trainings? Bring Yin Yoga Teacher Training to your facility! Contact us to find out how…

 

Yin Yoga Continuum Training – Level II

December 4, 2010 by Marla No Comments »

This course of intensive study will build on the Yin Yoga practices and principles that we established in the FOUNDATIONS course. The lens through which we experience the practices of universal balance will widen to include a deeper study of meridian theory, the Tao, theories of the chakras and subtle energy anatomy.


We will refine and enhance our work with pranayama, energy work, mantra and vinyasa, as well as increase our repertoire of Yin postures. The four foundations of mindfulness will be examined as they relate to the immediate and lingering effects of the Yin Yoga practices on our minds, bodies and hearts.

This is a 40-hour intensive for dedicated practitioners and yoga teachers who have completed the Level I course (prerequisite).

The current course is now full and underway. The next foundation courses are as follows:

Can’t make any of our trainings? Bring Yin Yoga Teacher Training to your facility! Contact us to find out how…

 

Yin Yoga Continuum Training – Level II

November 19, 2010 by Marla No Comments »

This course of intensive study will build on the Yin Yoga practices and principles that we established in the FOUNDATIONS course. The lens through which we experience the practices of universal balance will widen to include a deeper study of meridian theory, the Tao, theories of the chakras and subtle energy anatomy.


We will refine and enhance our work with pranayama, energy work, mantra and vinyasa, as well as increase our repertoire of Yin postures. The four foundations of mindfulness will be examined as they relate to the immediate and lingering effects of the Yin Yoga practices on our minds, bodies and hearts.

This is a 40-hour intensive for dedicated practitioners and yoga teachers who have completed the Level I course (prerequisite).

The current course is now full and underway. The next foundation courses are as follows:

Can’t make any of our trainings? Bring Yin Yoga Teacher Training to your facility! Contact us to find out how…