Yin Yoga 50-hour Teacher Training Program 2017
with Mimi Moncier
October 10th-12th and November 7th-9th
Register by October 1st
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Learn how to teach Yin Yoga in this 50 hour training course.
Yin Yoga is a profound practice that opens up energetic blockages in the physical, emotional and mental bodies. It is a courageous and nourishing practice as it is directly meeting yourself through the raw sensations in your body. Like in meditation, your awareness is sharpened as you bear witness to your conditioned patterns. Yin invites the harmonizing of the pervasive connective tissue in the body by ’stressing’ and breaking down entangled fibers from physical/emotional/mental tension or from physical immobility resulting in smoothly textured flowing pranic (called chi in Yin Yoga) energy. These rivers of energy in the body are important for the passage of water and pervasive communication throughout your body. After a Yin Yoga practice the fluidity of your energy is strongly palpable and pleasant.
Yin Yoga helps you cultivate kind engagement with your inner self. It is a practice of self-inquiry and ease. It is a spacious practice that opens your breath and understanding. It is a beautiful complimentary practice to active, Yang Yoga.
This qualifies for Yoga Alliance continuing education credits.
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Please note that $250 is non-refundable once you register.
This program will lead you through the components that make up Yin Yoga:
Facilitating Self Inquiry
Facilitating the Cultivating of Focus on the Unfolding Experience
Joints: Range of Movement
Yin Energy Theory
Energetic Meridian Flows
Psycho-spiritual components of the Meridian Flows
Powers, Insight Yoga
Grilley, Yin Yoga
Clark, The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga
Myers, Anatomy Trains
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Mimi Moncier has been teaching Yin Yoga for the last 5 years and practicing Yin Yoga for 10 years. She has studied the teachings of Paul Grilley, Bernie Clark and trained directly here in San Francisco with Dina Amsterdam. See more about Mimi here.
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