200 Hrs Vinyasa Krama, Yin, Restorative Yoga & Meditation Teacher Training,
Nusa Lembongan, Bali

ryt yoga teacher training, yoga alliance teacher trainingWe are offering a combined equally balanced course where you will learn all the Vinyasa and Yin essentials to both personalize your own practice and give you the skills and qualification to teach both Yin Restorative and Vinyasa Hatha yoga classes.

The training includes Vinyasa and Yin asana, Philosophy, Meditation, Pranayama, Mantra, Mudras, practical interactive learning labs and student practical teaching labs. Your own practice will deepen as you apply the theory of both yin and yang yoga to yourself and have the opportunity of practicing teaching both of these styles to others. By the end of this intensive course, you will be able to confidently teach a Vinyasa & Yin class.

UPCOMING COURSE:

– February 4th to 25th, 2020

– April 5th to 26th, 2020

– June 7th to 28th, 2020

– September 6th to 27th, 2020

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Training Investment

The course fee starts from

2.295 $ USD*

*with the Early Bird Discount

Included in tuition fee

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

– Detailed Manual of Vinyasa Krama, Yin Yoga and Anatomy 

– Yoga Equipments as mats and props needed

– Healthy breakfast serve every training day

– Water refill, coffee and tea

– This perfectly balanced course includes Yin Yoga for the first half of your training and Vinyasa Krama for the second Half. Giving you the essentials for both styles

– Anatomy lectures with our specialist exploring all your fundamentals in anatomy and how to prevent and work with injuries

– Teaching opportunities in both the Vinyasa and Yin Yoga Styles, including pranayama and meditation – we will build your confidence to teach effectively in both styles

  • Teaching philosophy for both Vinyasa and Yin Yoga including Patanjali, Bhagavad Gita, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, The Vedas, Taoism, and Yin Yang Theory.
  • Teaching methodology for both Vinyasa and Yin Yoga including synchronizing movement with the breath, exploring variations and progression routes, and how to use a functional yoga approach for effective teaching.
  • Anatomy with our specialist and additional lectures on anatomy specific to yin yoga including compression and tension theory and functional yoga to understand skeletal variations and how they impact yin shapes.
  • Physiology aspects for your Vinyasa aspect including the Chakras system, the Khosha system and understanding your Dosha.
  • You will explore Traditional Chinese medicine for the Yin aspect including the Meridian system, and the seven emotions and corresponding organs
  • You receive daily asana, pranayama, meditation and hand mudras exploring a high range of Vinyasa postures and yin yoga shapes, together with variations and how to use props. You will practice something different each day.
  • You will learn why myofascial rolling is effective within a Yin yoga class and to stimulate the meridian system.
  • Asana and teaching labs breaking down postures to understand the dynamics of each pose in both an anatomical and functional way
  • Creative lesson planning and sequences for both styles and how to incorporate a philosophical or anatomical theme to inspire others
  • Finding your voice as a teacher, exploring your unique contribution as a teacher
  • The teaching skills and teaching styles of effective yoga teachers
  • Group dynamics, one to one working and how to create healthy boundaries.
  • The ethics of a yoga teacher, your Dharma and Karma, relevant legislation and Yoga Alliance

This is a highly structured course to offer the first half of the training covering all the Yin Yoga essentials. You will explore key philosophical texts and concepts relevant to a Yin Yoga practice, including Taoism, Yin Yang theory, Tension, and compression theory, The Meridian system, Functional Yoga and Myofascial rolling. Our interactive lectures will explore the Meridian system in detail and the seven emotions and corresponding organs. During the daily double dose of physical classes, you will put your theoretical understanding of both philosophy and anatomy into your physical practice, linking the daily lectures with the asana practice, including exploring the function of myofascial rolling and daily linked meditation, pranayama and hand mudras to complement each yin yoga practice. We will explore creative sequencing to inspire others, and how to theme your classes incorporating stories and physiological aspects. You will design your own lesson plan and have the opportunity to deliver and teach your lessons to the group in this style, also incorporating a pranayama or meditation element within the teaching. During the yin yoga element, you receive one full day off to enjoy island life.

The second half of the course is your Vinyasa Krama element. Vinyasa Krama was created by Sri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya. You will explore key theoretical and philosophical concepts including Patanjali, Bhagavad Gita, The Vedas, and Hatha Yoga Pradipika. You will explore various teaching techniques including the fundamentals of breath-based movement and alignment; when and how to include pranayama and meditation into your classes, and how to build intelligently based sequences. How to incorporate philosophy or anatomy into your classes and how to inspire your students. You will learn Sanskrit and experience chanting. You will have practical vinyasa classes each day to incorporate key learning, together with daily meditation, pranayama and hand mudras. During the Vinyasa Krama element, you receive one full day off to enjoy island life.

During the course we also explore the skills and styles of effective yoga teachers, how to work with group dynamics and the considerations for one to ones, how to create healthy boundaries, and understanding dharma and karma as a yoga teacher. You will understand the business side of yoga, relevant legislation, key ethical considerations and how to register with Yoga Alliance.

By the end of this training, you will confidently be able to teach both Vinyasa Krama and Yin yoga confidently and effectively.

Our Focus:

  • Teaching philosophy for both Vinyasa and Yin Yoga including Patanjali, Bhagavad Gita, Hatha Yoga Pradipika, The Vedas, Taoism, and Yin Yang Theory.
  • Teaching methodology for both Vinyasa and Yin Yoga including synchronizing movement with the breath, exploring variations and progression routes, and how to use a functional yoga approach for effective teaching.
  • Anatomy with our specialist and additional lectures on anatomy specific to yin yoga including compression and tension theory and functional yoga to understand skeletal variations and how they impact yin shapes.
  • Physiology aspects for your Vinyasa aspect including the Chakras system, the Khosha system and understanding your Dosha.
  • You will explore Traditional Chinese medicine for the Yin aspect including the Meridian system, and the seven emotions and corresponding organs
  • You receive daily asana, pranayama, meditation and hand mudras exploring a high range of Vinyasa postures and yin yoga shapes, together with variations and how to use props. You will practice something different each day.
  • You will learn why myofascial rolling is effective within a Yin yoga class and to stimulate the meridian system.
  • Asana and teaching labs breaking down postures to understand the dynamics of each pose in both an anatomical and functional way
  • Creative lesson planning and sequences for both styles and how to incorporate a philosophical or anatomical theme to inspire others
  • Finding your voice as a teacher, exploring your unique contribution as a teacher
  • The teaching skills and teaching styles of effective yoga teachers
  • Group dynamics, one to one working and how to create healthy boundaries.
  • The ethics of a yoga teacher, your Dharma and Karma, relevant legislation and Yoga Alliance

Program Overview*:

This is a highly structured course to offer the first half of the training covering all the Yin Yoga essentials. You will explore key philosophical texts and concepts relevant to a Yin Yoga practice, including Taoism, Yin Yang theory, Tension, and compression theory, The Meridian system, Functional Yoga and Myofascial rolling. Our interactive lectures will explore the Meridian system in detail and the seven emotions and corresponding organs. During the daily double dose of physical classes, you will put your theoretical understanding of both philosophy and anatomy into your physical practice, linking the daily lectures with the asana practice, including exploring the function of myofascial rolling and daily linked meditation, pranayama and hand mudras to complement each yin yoga practice. We will explore creative sequencing to inspire others, and how to theme your classes incorporating stories and physiological aspects. You will design your own lesson plan and have the opportunity to deliver and teach your lessons to the group in this style, also incorporating a pranayama or meditation element within the teaching. During the yin yoga element, you receive one full day off to enjoy island life.

The second half of the course is your Vinyasa Krama element. Vinyasa Krama was created by Sri Tirumalai Krishnamacharya. You will explore key theoretical and philosophical concepts including Patanjali, Bhagavad Gita, The Vedas, and Hatha Yoga Pradipika. You will explore various teaching techniques including the fundamentals of breath-based movement and alignment; when and how to include pranayama and meditation into your classes, and how to build intelligently based sequences. How to incorporate philosophy or anatomy into your classes and how to inspire your students. You will learn Sanskrit and experience chanting. You will have practical vinyasa classes each day to incorporate key learning, together with daily meditation, pranayama and hand mudras. During the Vinyasa Krama element, you receive one full day off to enjoy island life.

During the course we also explore the skills and styles of effective yoga teachers, how to work with group dynamics and the considerations for one to ones, how to create healthy boundaries, and understanding dharma and karma as a yoga teacher. You will understand the business side of yoga, relevant legislation, key ethical considerations and how to register with Yoga Alliance.

By the end of this training, you will confidently be able to teach both Vinyasa Krama and Yin yoga confidently and effectively.

 

Yin Lead Teacher

Claire is your lead Yin Yoga teacher. As a Yoga Alliance Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500), Registered Yoga Alliance school and Course Provider, Claire has over 1,500 hours of teacher training and 15 years of teaching experience; initially completing the 100 hours British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) Foundation course. She gained the 500 hours Teaching Yoga Diploma with the BWY in 2005, and completed level one Birthlight Pregnancy Yoga in 2009. In 2011 she gained the BWY Foundation Course Teacher Trainer certification and began to deliver the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation course based on the Hatha yoga tradition. In 2014 Claire completed Forrest Yoga Advanced Yoga training and in 2015 a further 570 hours Yin Yoga and Yoga Therapy following the Krishnamacharya tradition with Maggie Reagh, continuing these studies in Chennai, India, with teachers D.V. Sridhar, Viji Vasu, and Radha Sridhar at Yoga Raksanam. In 2019, completing a further 200 hours Yin Yoga teacher training with Jo Phee & Joe Barnett.

Vinyasa Lead Teacher

Johanna is your lead Vinyasa Krama teacher. As a Yoga Alliance Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500), she has been teaching in several parts of Europe & Asia since 2015 and teaching 200HR Teacher Trainings since 2018, with over 1000 hours of Teaching & Teacher Training experience. Johanna has ompleted trainings in both Bali, Indonesia and London, UK, including trainings with Santosha Yoga Institute, Peter Clifford, Stewart Gilchrist, Dylan Werner, James French, Caroline Pena & Carlos Romero. Teaching experience involves Traditional Vinyasa Krama 200HR YTTs (Sri T. Krischnamacharya's lineage), Yin Yoga, group classes, privates, corporate, SUP, kids yoga, pregnancy, postnatal, as well as specific projects such as Mental Health & Spinal Cord Injury.

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