35 hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training
35 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training
A yin yoga practice is designed to balance you: physically, mentally and energetically. Inspired by the teachings of hatha yoga, Taoism and Traditional Chinese Medicine, yin yoga is a tender complement to a stressful, active fitness routine.
In this 35-hour training, you will practice and learn to teach the foundational yin yoga poses. Your trainer Stacey Bell has over 16 years of experience guiding students into a quieter, unencumbered state of being. Her inclination toward subtle practices like Craniosacral Therapy and Alexander Technique affirm Stacey as a trusted yin yoga expert. You’ll leave this training with a well-developed understanding of the physiological effects yin yoga has on joint health and connective tissue like fascia.
This training is suitable for yoga teachers and practitioners of all experience levels. Upon completion, you’ll receive a yin yoga teaching certificate. This training is approved by the Yoga Alliance, and you are eligible to receive 35 hours of continuing education credit.
What to expect
- Study and learn the physiological effect of yin yoga: fascia, connective tissue and joint health
- Sequencing, transition poses, teaching methodology and styles
- Core concepts regarding the meridians and how they relate to the yin practice
- Mindfulness and breath practice
- Suitable for yoga teachers and practitioners at all levels of experience
- Yin certificate of training eligible for continuing education credit (35 hours) with Yoga Alliance
Winter 2019 Yin Yoga Teacher Training Information
Jan. 25 to Jan. 27 and Feb. 8 to Feb. 10, 2019
Fridays from 7 to 10 pm
Saturdays from 9 am to 5 pm
Sundays from 10 am to 3 pm
Early bird rate: $625 (must register by Dec. 28)
Regular rate: $700
Powerflow Yoga Teacher Rate: $550
HOW TO APPLY: Click here to download now.
Please direct any questions to Christine Joseph via email: email@example.com.
About Stacey Bell:
Stacey teaches yoga from the perspective that when the human body is in functional balance, our asana is light and free. This principle is rooted in both her training as an Alexander Technique Instructor and her deep study of Iyengar yoga. Stacey’s proclivity to subtle body practices like pranayama and meditation has created a juicy, energetic side to her teaching. As a Craniosacral therapist, Stacey developed a sensitivity to perceive energy flow in the body and understands on a profound level what it means to have a nervous system in deep rest. Stacey was lead teacher for Garden State Yoga’s teacher training program for several years and is now the co-leader of the 200-hour and 300-hour teacher training program for Powerflow School of Yoga.