Fri, Oct 23|
On ZOOM! Yin Yoga Continuing Teacher Training: Exploring Subtle Realms of Emotions, Beliefs, and Transformation
This is a highly experiential training designed to help participants viscerally integrate information, inviting personal healing while cultivating the skills necessary to hold space for students’ transformational journeys.
Time & Location
Oct 23, 2020, 10:00 AM – Oct 25, 2020, 5:30 PM
About The Event
Beyond its obvious and measurable physical benefits, Yin Yoga practice affects and influences deeper levels of being. Through tension and compression, the stretch and the squeeze in Yoga poses, we build energy and also dissipate energetic patterns of disharmony. Thoughts and feelings, which are often influenced by subconscious belief systems, contribute to those energetic patterns. Shining the light of consciousness on habitual patterns of perceiving and reacting to life empowers the practitioner to engage life directly in the moment. In this training we will dive deeper into the manomaya kosha (relating to the mental/emotional body) and vijnanamaya kosha (relating to the intuitive/wisdom body), seeking to understand how the organs and meridians correspond to thoughts and feelings, and how they interact within this dynamic, living system. We’ll also explore chakras, and the powerful realm of unconscious belief systems, learning to reality-test negative patterns and unleashing the possibility of liberation and transformation. Included in the training are daily Yin Yoga classes designed to take you deep into your somatic and intuitive wisdom, and opportunities to work in pairs and small groups to practically apply the lessons learned, as well as review other practical matters regarding teaching yin yoga. This is a highly experiential training designed to help participants viscerally integrate information, inviting personal healing while cultivating the skills necessary to hold space for students’ transformational journeys.
Included in the Training:
- Organs and emotions, patterns of excess, deficiency, and balance
- Meridians, chakras, life issues, and associations
- A.A.F.F.R.: a formula for responding to emotional responses in Yin Yoga practice
- Breathing practices to invite the fullness of experience
- Safe, sacred, and neutral: prerequisite for personal YINquiry
This training is open to Yoga teachers of all traditions as well as curious and dedicated Yin Yoga students. Participants will receive a certificate of completion which can be applied as Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) for registered Yoga teachers.