Yin Yoga Teachers Training Program

Yang: The pose begins when you want to leave.
Yin: The pose begins when you want to stay.

Sthiram Sukum Asanam- Patanjali – The pose should be steady and comfortable. During the deep seated, long held poses of yin, we may experience discomfort in our bodies or minds. Our natural reaction could be to get out of the pose, adjust ourselves or to carry the mind away to anywhere but where we are.As it is not always possible to run away or change where we are in any given moment, yoga then becomes the process of finding comfort within our discomfort.

In this level 1 Yin Yoga teacher training suitable for experienced teachers, students wanting to deepen their practice and those wishing to get qualified in teaching Yin. Our 50 hour Yin Yoga teacher training is an intensive and carefully structured teacher training course.

Below are the topics for module:
40 hours Practical and theory sessions
5 hours Student Class Plan and leading the class (as Pair/Group)
5 Hours Observation or Assistance in Yin Yoga class

– Introduction To Yin Yoga and its Origin
– Principles of Yin Yoga
– Difference between Yin and Yang Yoga
– Need for Yin Yoga in current lifestyle.
– Understanding Yin and Yang Tissues
– Understanding Fascias
– Benefits of Yin Yoga
– Introduction to Pranayama in Yin Yoga Practice
– Usage of Props while teaching/Practicing Yin class
– Introduction to Meridian series
– Teaching Methodology and class plan
– Assessment

Date: 4th – 15th September
Time: 10am-2:30 pm
Location : a1000yoga Academy Indiranagar
Fee: Rs.28,000/- (10% discount for TTC graduates)

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Hata Yoga Abhyaasa And Prachaara Trust
No.42, Sumeru, 4th Floor.
HAL III Stage, 80 ft rd,
Landmark: Above Vijaya Bank,
Opp Empire Restaurant/BSNL Office
Indiranagar, Bangalore 560 075

Phone: +91 901 910 1000
Email: ttc@a1000yoga.com

Make Yoga part of Life

The principles laid out in Patanjali’s yoga sutras dating back to 500 B.C. are still very relevant today, even in our modern information world. Yoga has evolved a lot from the days of Patanjali; it has taken different forms to meet the varying needs of practitioners all along its journey. Yoga continues to accept all changes, like the ocean accepts the river, absorbs, assimilates and grows. (A distinctive feature of sanaatan dharma of India)

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