50 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training
Our Yin Yoga Teacher Training Course held over 3 weekends at Yoga Jo’s, Milngavie will equip teachers with the skills and knowledge to teach and practice Yin Yoga.
Dates of course:
1st and 2nd August 2020
5th and 6th September 2020
10th and 11th October 2020
50 hours of CPD, 36 contact hours and 14 non contact hours.
In this training students will have the chance to explore the practice and theory of Yin Yoga giving teachers the confidence to develop a Yin Yoga practice and begin teaching Yin classes.
The course will include:
– The Anatomy and Physiology of Yin Yoga
– The Meridian Theory
– The Difference Between Yin and Yang Styles
– In Depth Posture Workshops
– Props: How to Use Them to Support Different Bodies
– Sequencing and Lesson Planning
– Language and Verbal Cues in a Class Setting
– Students will Learn How to Adapt and Modify in a General Class Setting
– A Comprehensive Workbook
– Homework Assignments
– A Certificate of Completion and 50 Hours of CPD
– Nutritious and Delicious Lunches Provided by the Yoga Kitchen
Class numbers will be a maximum of 14 students to ensure everyone has the chance to be involved in group discussions and that we will have a nice relaxed environment for our practice sessions.
Who Is This Training For?
This training is suitable for Yoga Teachers who have completed their initial 200 hour training and have an interest in Yin Yoga.
Cost of Course:
£550 including lunch each day by the Yoga Kitchen
This can either be paid in one payment or we have given you the option to pay as follows:
Deposit – £150
2nd payment -£200
3rd payment – £200
Please note payments should be completed by 1 June 2020
For booking, please visit out Workshops and CPD page here.
Brightening our Inner Skies with Yin and Yoga: Norman Blair
Reclaiming the Wisdom of the Body: Sandra Hill
Here is what Melissa says about the training:
“My hope for this training is that it will give students the skills and confidence to be adaptable when teaching Yin Yoga. I’m used to teaching a very wide range of students and I think it’s so important that the practice is as accessible as possible. So after the training you will have the skills, not only to teach experienced and flexible yogis, but also beginners coming through the door for the first time – people of different ages and abilities. Another thing that is extremely important to me is that everyone feels welcome and comfortable and each student has the opportunity to take care and listen to their own bodies.”
Anatomy & Physiology
5 Elements & Meridians
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