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Fri, May 17


JTown Hot Yoga

Yin Yoga T.T.: the Bones & the Breath at JTown Hot Yoga

Join long-time, masterful teacher Corina Benner on this YINteresting journey into supplizing fascia, vitalizing organs, and restoring energetic flow, while learning how to skillfully teach yin yoga classes, tailor poses to individual students and hold space for powerful transformation.

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Yin Yoga T.T.: the Bones & the Breath at JTown Hot Yoga
Yin Yoga T.T.: the Bones & the Breath at JTown Hot Yoga

Time & Location

May 17, 2024, 5:00 PM – May 19, 2024, 6:00 PM

JTown Hot Yoga, 409 Old York Rd, Jenkintown, PA 19046, USA

About The Event

*** NOTE: Friday Night is VIRTUAL ONLY; Saturday & Sunday are In-Person, with Virtual Option

                      Friday: 5-9 pm; Saturday & Sunday: 9 am - 6 pm 

                       Tuition: $500; Early Registration: $405 if enrolled by 4/15/24

This training focuses on the incredibly therapeutic benefits of yin yoga on the physical and energetic bodies (the Annamaya and Pranamaya Koshas). We investigate the foundational shapes of yin yoga, applying the method of ‘inside out alignment’ to the reality of anatomical uniqueness, teaching participants how to modify the shapes to benefit their own skeleton and providing tools to effectively teach these concepts to future students. Next we layer on the concept of Meridians (energetic pathways), elucidating: where they are, which organs they correspond to, which are yin and which are yang, and how to influence them with yin yoga.

Included in the training are daily yin yoga practices, and opportunities to work in partners and small groups for practical experience applying the information. You will viscerally integrate the information so that, upon completion, you feel confident teaching yin yoga and able to field students’ questions with true clarity. 

Topics to be addressed:

* Theory of Yin/Yang/Tao and how these concepts are embedded in the practice, and are vastly illuminating in a quest for balance       

* Tension and Compression, two of yoga’s primary stressors       

* Anatomy & Physiology: Bones, Muscles, Fascia and Organs       

* Anatomical Uniqueness and “Inside-Out Alignment”       

* Contraindications, and tailoring the practice to different populations.       

* Meridians/Organ Systems      

 * Breathing practices to invite the fullness of experience       

* Safe, Sacred and Neutral: prerequisite for personal YINquiry

Our scheduled time together is:

Friday: VIRTUAL! 5-9 pm - Introductions, Exploration of Yin/Yang/Tao, Application of These Concepts to the body & to exercise PLUS a Yin Yoga Practice

Saturday & Sunday: 9 am - 11:30 am - Lecture 

                                           Short break (10-15 minutes)

                                           Yin Yoga Practice 

                                           Hour-Long Lunch Break (usually around 1:15/1:30 pm)

                                           Afternoons: Learn Poses, Practice Teaching, Review Morning Lecture, Q&A


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 (25 hours).

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