100 Hrs Yin Yoga and Chinese Meridians Teacher Training, Nusa Lembongan, Bali

Join us for an amazing 100-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Dunia, Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia.

Minutes from the beach in a peaceful location, this is the perfect location to dive deeper into your Yin Yoga.
Learn how to Teach Yin Yoga!!

We are offering you the complete package of all the Yin essentials to both personalize your own practice and give those of you, that are already teachers, the skills and additional certification to teach Yin yoga classes.

The training includes Yin asana, philosophy, practical interactive learning labs, lesson planning, and student practical teaching labs.

Your own practice will deepen as you apply the theory of yin yoga to yourself and have the opportunity of practicing teaching this style to others. By the end of this intensive course, you will be able to confidently both practice with inner awareness and teach a beautifully

Upcoming Courses Dates, 2020

− April 5th to 16th, 2020

− June 7th to 18th, 2020

− September 6th to 17th, 2020

SPECIAL OFFERS

– USD 200 DISCOUNT for the 5 first registrations
– Additional USD 100 discount if you join with a friend.

GET THE COURSE BROCHURE NOW With All Details

Training Investment

The course fee starts from

1.495 $ USD*

*be the first to sign up to get 200$ off

Included in tuition fee

– 12 days of Yoga Teacher Training Course with individualized attention from your teacher

– Detailed Manual of Yoga Instructor Course

– Yoga Equipment as mats and props needed

– Healthy breakfast serve every training day

– Water refill, coffee, and tea

  • Taoism
  • Yin and Yang theory
  • The Yin Yoga sutras by Paul Grilley
  • How to practice Yin yoga – how to open up and practice surrendering, learning to listen and be receptive to your body, and mindfulness meditation
  • The Meridian system and chi, understanding the causes of imbalance
  • The seven emotions and corresponding organs
  • Organ health within the meridian system
  • The asanas of Yin yoga poses and variations
  • 10 hours with an anatomy specialist
  • Functional yoga – applying principles and structure to benefit your own and client alignments, use of modifications that can help with problems such as back, hip, pelvis, shoulder, all kinds of joint, muscle, and connective tissue complaints
  • Understanding the fascia, the connective tissue
  • Understanding the elements and our connectivity.
  • Learning how to balance the energy flow in specific meridians to shift the health of specific organs and transform areas in your emotional, mental, or practical-physical life
  • Tension and compression theory
  • Yoga Nidra and Restorative yoga for deep relaxation and restoration
  • Daily Meditation and Pranayama practice with hand mudras that compliment a Yin Yoga practice.
  • Fascia Rolling and how this compliments a Yin yoga practice
  • Lesson planning, Sequencing and counter-poses, Creating a sequence according to your or other’s needs, learning one’s own unique anatomical structure and principles for approaching each and every pose (learning adjustments, variations for each body type)
  • Student paired Teaching to try out your learning
  • Group Teaching practical’s to build you confidence in teaching Yin yoga & Meditation & pranayama classes
  • The Teaching skills and Teaching styles of effective teachers
  • Understand group dynamics and one to one working
  • Understand how to create healthy boundaries with your students
  • Yoga lifestyle: the precept of non-violence (ahimsa) and the concepts of dharma and karma
  • Two comprehensive manuals for you to take home in Yin yoga and Anatomy

With a small group of 24 maximum participants, this course offers a deeply transformative journey, by providing the theoretical tools for understanding the process and practical experiences in a safe and supportive space that will promote re-balancing of both mind and body. 

The course is designed to teach you how to apply the principles of Yin yoga to yourself first, by using the daily lectures that explore theoretical key concepts, functional anatomy and analytical training in the Meridian system and teaching you how to apply these concepts to the daily practices. 

You will experience every Yin yoga asana and variations, together with fascia rolling and restorative yoga, together with different meditation, pranayama and hand mudras, offering you something different each day.

Each day is themed with the elements and fundamental concepts explored within the lectures. We then apply these concepts to our physical practices.

The focus will be one of guidance and nurturing that allows you to open into your true personal experience, enrich your senses, teach you to listen and respond appropriately and return you to a more balanced nature.

You will have practice teaching with both paired work opportunities and teaching the group practical’s within this training.

You will learn more about teaching yin yoga exploring group dynamics, considerations for one to one work, in-addition to creating healthy boundaries and your role as a yoga teacher.

By the end of the training you will have explored a broad range of techniques to support you progressing within your own personal practice by fully understanding the experience of yin yoga. You will feel confident to offer these qualities to others within your teaching.

*On the day of arrival your welcome talk is at 2pm followed by a 2 hour Yin and Restorative practice. On the last day we have a two hour morning pranayama, meditation and asana practice, a beautiful breakfast together, before your study time and teaching practical’s.

  • Full days are between 8.5 and 9.5 hours in length to achieve your 90 contact hours.
  • You receive one day off during this training to enjoy island life.

A typical 9.5 hour day will be:-

6:30 am – 7 am: Meditation; Pranayama & Asana practice – yin yoga & slow flow – there will be a 15 minute tea break after your Meditation before the asana practice

9.00 am: Breakfast break

10.00 am – 12.30 pm: Interactive lectures or asana labs

Our Focus:

  • Taoism
  • Yin and Yang theory
  • The Yin Yoga sutras by Paul Grilley
  • How to practice Yin yoga – how to open up and practice surrendering, learning to listen and be receptive to your body, and mindfulness meditation
  • The Meridian system and chi, understanding the causes of imbalance
  • The seven emotions and corresponding organs
  • Organ health within the meridian system
  • The asanas of Yin yoga poses and variations
  • 10 hours with an anatomy specialist
  • Functional yoga – applying principles and structure to benefit your own and client alignments, use of modifications that can help with problems such as the back, hip, pelvis, shoulder, all kinds of joint, muscle, and connective tissue complaints
  • Understanding the fascia, the connective tissue
  • Understanding the elements and our connectivity.
  • Learning how to balance the energy flow in specific meridians to shift the health of specific organs and transform areas in your emotional, mental, or practical-physical life
  • Tension and compression theory
  • Yoga Nidra and Restorative yoga for deep relaxation and restoration
  • Daily Meditation and Pranayama practice with hand mudras that compliment a Yin Yoga practice.
  • Fascia Rolling and how this compliments a Yin yoga practice
  • Lesson planning, Sequencing, and counter-poses Creating a sequence according to your or other’s needs, learning one’s own unique anatomical structure and principles for approaching each and every pose (learning adjustments, variations for each body type)
  • Student paired Teaching to try out your learning
  • Group Teaching practical’s to build you confidence in teaching Yin yoga & Meditation & pranayama classes
  • The Teaching skills and Teaching styles of effective teachers
  • Understand group dynamics and one to one working
  • Understand how to create healthy boundaries with your students
  • Yoga lifestyle: the precept of non-violence (ahimsa) and the concepts of dharma and karma
  • Two comprehensive manuals for you to take home in Yin yoga and Anatomy

Program Overview*:

Teaching Methodology:

With a small group of 24 maximum participants, this course offers a deeply transformative journey, by providing the theoretical tools for understanding the process and practical experiences in a safe and supportive space that will promote re-balancing of both mind and body. 

The course is designed to teach you how to apply the principles of Yin yoga to yourself first, by using the daily lectures that explore theoretical key concepts, functional anatomy and analytical training in the Meridian system and teaching you how to apply these concepts to the daily practices. 

You will experience every Yin yoga asana and variations, together with fascia rolling and restorative yoga, together with different meditation, pranayama and hand mudras, offering you something different each day.

Each day is themed with the elements and fundamental concepts explored within the lectures. We then apply these concepts to our physical practices.

The focus will be one of guidance and nurturing that allows you to open into your true personal experience, enrich your senses, teach you to listen and respond appropriately and return you to a more balanced nature.

You will have practice teaching with both paired work opportunities and teaching the group practical’s within this training.

You will learn more about teaching yin yoga exploring group dynamics, considerations for one to one work, in addition to creating healthy boundaries and your role as a yoga teacher.

By the end of the training, you will have explored a broad range of techniques to support you progressing within your own personal practice by fully understanding the experience of yin yoga. You will feel confident to offer these qualities to others within your teaching.

DAILY SCHEDULE:

*On the day of arrival, your welcome talk is at 2 pm followed by a 2 hour Yin and Restorative practice. On the last day, we have a two hour morning pranayama, meditation, and asana practice, a beautiful breakfast together, before your study time and teaching practicals.

  • Full days are between 8.5 and 9.5 hours in length to achieve your 90 contact hours.
  • You receive one day off during this training to enjoy island life.

 

 

A typical 9.5 hour day will be:-

6:30 am – 7 am: Meditation; Pranayama & Asana practice – yin yoga & slow flow – there will be a 15-minute tea break after your Meditation before the asana practice

9.00 am: Breakfast break

10.00 am – 12.30 pm: Interactive lectures or asana labs

12.30pm – 2.00pm: Lunch break

2.00pm – 4.30pm: Interactive lectures or asana labs – there will be a short ten-minute break before the evening practice

4.30 pm – 6.30 pm: Evening Asana practice, Pranayama, and Meditation – yin yoga, fascia rolling & restorative yoga

Contact time = 90 hours

  • You will have 10 hours non-contact time during the course to promote self- inquiry and allow you to apply key concepts to your personal journey
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