Try Stacey Bell’s free yin yoga class to deeply relax.
35 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training
Broaden the scope of your yoga practice with our 35-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training. Designed for students and teachers alike, you’ll spend two, immersive weekends exploring the fundamentals of this healing, re-balancing, and contemplative discipline. Yin Yoga is a welcome complement to a dynamic Yang practice—and an active (stressful) life.
YIN YOGA HELPS YOU SETTLE IN…
Developing a Yin Yoga practice offers a rare opportunity to slow down, settle in and attune to your innate quietude. Yin Yoga blends the wisdom traditions of Hatha Yoga and Taoism, providing an enriching pathway to understand health and wellness from the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Yin methodology invites you to passively hold a shape (with support) and place safe, but deliberate tension on a targeted area, for a sustained period of time. This action stretches the deeper connective tissues of the body improving joint mobility and overall flexibility. In addition, the active stretch creates a tensile pull on the meridian channels to move chi (energy) more efficiently through the subtle body anatomy. As a result, the organ systems of the body are nourished on the physical and energetic levels, producing mental calm and a receptive heart.
Stacey Bell, a lead trainer for Powerflow Yoga, has over 25 years of experience guiding her students and clients into a state of presence that is quiet, spacious and unencumbered. She has refined her energetic skills through countless hours as a yoga teacher, Alexander Technique instructor and as a Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist. Stacey is a devoted student of Sarah Powers and Powers’ Insight Yoga trainings has shaped Stacey’s approach to teaching Yin Yoga.
IN OUR YIN YOGA TRAINING YOU CAN EXPECT TO:
- Practice the primary Yin poses to experience the healing benefits of the practice.
- Develop mindful awareness and use breathing techniques to deepen your experience.
- Study the anatomy of the lower body including a deep dive into fascia, connective tissue and joint health.
- Explore TCM Meridian Theory and the benefits of restoring chi balance to the body’s organ systems through the Yin shapes.
- Learn teaching methodology to sequence an intelligent Yin (and Yin/Yang) yoga class.
- Understand how to safely prop your students for long holds.
- Apply all of the principles named above to practice-teach Yin Yoga in training.
Our training is approved by the Yoga Alliance. If you are a certified yoga teacher, you are eligible to receive 35 hours of continuing education credit.
Winter 2023 Yin Yoga Teacher Training
HOW TO REGISTER FOR YIN YOGA TEACHER TRAINING:
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Email your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org
LOCATION: PFY Glen Rock (Livestream Optional)
Jan. 27 to 29; Feb. 10 to 12
Fridays from 6 to 10 pm
Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm
Sundays from 10 am to 3 pm
Regular Tuition Rate: $700
Please direct any questions via email to Stacey Bell email@example.com
Here’s what past participants have said about their Yin TT experience:
“I learned so much in just 2 weekends. I can see the difference it has made in me as a teacher and I feel even more connected with myself and the yoga practice. Thank you for all you do, and for guiding me to grow on my teaching path.”
“Thank you for such an awesome Yin yoga training. I honestly wasn’t sure what to expect (aside from being able to teach yin yoga), but after completing your training I feel a whole new level of self-awareness. It’s kinda cool! I notice subtle changes in my body when my emotions/energy changes. It’s like I was given permission to slooow dooown and feel. I loved it and I’m sad it’s over.”
“Thank you so much, Stacey! Yin training was absolutely magical. Thank you so much for sharing so much knowledge and giving all us trainees space to grow our practice and teaching.”
“It was a great experience and I learned so much about yoga and myself!”
About Stacey Bell:
Stacey Bell is an alignment-based yoga instructor, Alexander technique facilitator and Biodynamic Craniosacral therapist with more than 25 years of experience in the wellness field. She is the director of the 200-hour vinyasa and 35-hour yin yoga teacher trainings at Powerflow Yoga and is the founder of Yogabell Wellness.
Whether in group classes or private classes, Stacey’s students learn to inhabit their bodies with functionality and grace. Specializing in musculoskeletal issues, she helps people alleviate the accumulated effects of tension on their body due to mechanical misuse. She offers customized tools including therapeutic yoga, breathing techniques, meditation and Craniosacral therapy to help students mitigate the impact of stress on their nervous system. Her warmth, knowledge and authenticity ease clients into a place of inner calm and wholeness.
Stacey’s love of mind-body modalities began with a 600-hour training of the Alexander Technique. She then completed her foundation yoga teacher training at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health with subsequent study and exploration in Raja Yoga with teachers Yoganand Michael Carroll and Stephen Cope. Stacey has since expanded these principles with studies in the methodology of vinyasa, yin and restorative yoga. Her teaching is greatly influenced by the devout study of the Iyengar method with her primary teachers, Mary Sinclair and Lisa Rotell. Stacey also did a deep dive into a 900-hour Craniosacral Therapy training through Franklyn Sills’ Karuna Institute. She did a post-certification study of Energetic Stillness with Mike Boxhall; Embryological study with Jaap Van de Waal, MD; and Embryological applications with Katherine Ukleja, DO.
Along the way, Stacey has been influenced by renowned teachers including Alan Finger, Dharma Mittra, Sarah Powers, Sharon Salzberg, Irene Dowd, Erich Schiffman, Maty Ezraty and more.
Stacey owned and operated two successful yoga studios: Mindful Movement in Manhattan and Yoga Samadhi in Greenwich, CT. She is featured in Time Out and Nickelodeon magazines and the Greenwich Times.