Yin Yoga Teacher Training

Learn to teach yin yoga in Brisbane with Yoga a Therapist and Teacher, Nicole Loxley. Join is for this two day yin yoga teacher training course and experience the slower, deeper practice as well as learn how to share it with your students.

‘Yin and yang are descriptive terms that are used to describe all levels of phenomena. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of an object. Yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect of an object.’ – Paul Grilley, Yin Yoga: Principles and Practice

This course will allow you to begin to understand the world of Yin from its roots in traditional Chinese medicine, yoga and modern anatomical studies. It is designed to offer you a comprehensive understanding of the benefits of the beautiful practice of yin yoga, both mentally and physically.

In Yin, we travel deeper - deeper into the body, deeper into the mind, as the meditative state of yoga transfuses into the way we hold Yin poses - that little bit longer, accepting and surrendering to what the body needs in each pose. Our Yin Yoga Teacher Training is reflective of this, going deeper than before, into your yogic knowledge, your awareness of your body, and your understanding of your students.

Yin yoga is a practice designed to increase circulation and improve the flexibility of a body by holding poses that target a person’s connective tissues including the fascia, tendons and ligaments. You will learn how to use yin yoga to promote growth, clear energetic blockages, and create balance within the mind and the body.

25hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training UPPER BROOKFIELD, BRISBANE May 2018 upfront
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25hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training UPPER BROOKFIELD, BRISBANE 2018

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‘Yin and yang are descriptive terms that are used to describe all levels of phenomena. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of an object. Yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect of an object.’ – Paul Grilley, Yin Yoga: Principles and Practice

This course will allow you to begin to understand the world of Yin from its roots in traditional Chinese medicine, yoga and modern anatomical studies. It is designed to offer you a comprehensive understanding of the benefits of the beautiful practice of yin yoga, both mentally and physically.

In Yin, we travel deeper – deeper into the body, deeper into the mind, as the meditative state of yoga transfuses into the way we hold Yin poses – that little bit longer, accepting and surrendering to what the body needs in each pose. Our Yin Yoga Teacher Training is reflective of this, going deeper than before, into your yogic knowledge, your awareness of your body, and your understanding of your students.

Yin yoga is a practice designed to increase circulation and improve the flexibility of a body by holding poses that target a person’s connective tissues including the fascia, tendons and ligaments. You will learn how to use yin yoga to promote growth, clear energetic blockages, and create balance within the mind and the body.

 

What you will learn

  • Yin yoga Postures, sequences and specific names
  • Choreography of sequencing behind Yin Yoga principles
  • Anatomy and Physiology of Yin Yoga and stretching
  • Understand the scientific reasoning behind extended stretching
  • Learn how to use Deep Myofascial Release in yin yoga therapy
  • Understand the difference between working with connective tissue and stretching muscles
  • Deliver a balanced yin yoga approach to physical and mental health through teaching
  • Educating student about how Yin Yoga better prepares the mind for meditation and offers us deeper dimensions in practice, something beyond the physical postures.
  • You will learn how Yin Yoga addresses the deeper spiritual dimensions of yoga, with attention to the chakras, breathing exercises, and meditation.
  • Yoga Therapy Tools as applied through Yin Yoga
  • Basics of the therapeutic relationship
  • Principles and Skills for Educating Clients/Students
  • Principles and Skills for Working with Groups

Your Teachers

Nicole Loxley is one of YIMI's principal teachers. Nicole is a Level 2 Yoga Australia registered yoga teacher with a wide range of training. Nicole enjoys bringing together the best of what yoga, as not only a therapy but a way of life has to offer a modern yogi while remaining true to the ancient practice of yoga, Nutrition and Dietetics, Psychosomatic Medicine, Counselling and Integrative Medicine.

Schedule

The Yin Yoga Teacher Training course is scheduled from 8am – 4:30pm on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th May 2018 at Upper Brookfield Retreat.

Prerequisites & Course Registration

 There are no prerequisites for this course.

This course attracts CPD points with Yoga Australia and other governing bodies. If you complete non-contact requirements, you will be issued with a 50hr certificate. If you only attend the contact hours, you will be issued with a 32hr certificate.

Required Books

  • The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga by Bernie Clark

Recommended Books

  • Anatomy Trains by Tom Myers

Enrol now!

 

Additional information

Payment Method

Upfront Payment, Payment Plan

25hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training UPPER BROOKFIELD, BRISBANE May 2018 payment plan

25hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training UPPER BROOKFIELD, BRISBANE 2018 Payment Plan

$170.00 every 2 weeks for 6 weeks

‘Yin and yang are descriptive terms that are used to describe all levels of phenomena. Yin is the stable, unmoving, hidden aspect of an object. Yang is the changing, moving, revealing aspect of an object.’ – Paul Grilley, Yin Yoga: Principles and Practice

This course will allow you to begin to understand the world of Yin from its roots in traditional Chinese medicine, yoga and modern anatomical studies. It is designed to offer you a comprehensive understanding of the benefits of the beautiful practice of yin yoga, both mentally and physically.

In Yin, we travel deeper – deeper into the body, deeper into the mind, as the meditative state of yoga transfuses into the way we hold Yin poses – that little bit longer, accepting and surrendering to what the body needs in each pose. Our Yin Yoga Teacher Training is reflective of this, going deeper than before, into your yogic knowledge, your awareness of your body, and your understanding of your students.

Yin yoga is a practice designed to increase circulation and improve the flexibility of a body by holding poses that target a person’s connective tissues including the fascia, tendons and ligaments. You will learn how to use yin yoga to promote growth, clear energetic blockages, and create balance within the mind and the body.

 

What you will learn

  • Yin yoga Postures, sequences and specific names
  • Choreography of sequencing behind Yin Yoga principles
  • Anatomy and Physiology of Yin Yoga and stretching
  • Understand the scientific reasoning behind extended stretching
  • Learn how to use Deep Myofascial Release in yin yoga therapy
  • Understand the difference between working with connective tissue and stretching muscles
  • Deliver a balanced yin yoga approach to physical and mental health through teaching
  • Educating student about how Yin Yoga better prepares the mind for meditation and offers us deeper dimensions in practice, something beyond the physical postures.
  • You will learn how Yin Yoga addresses the deeper spiritual dimensions of yoga, with attention to the chakras, breathing exercises, and meditation.
  • Yoga Therapy Tools as applied through Yin Yoga
  • Basics of the therapeutic relationship
  • Principles and Skills for Educating Clients/Students
  • Principles and Skills for Working with Groups

Your Teacher

Nicole Loxley is one of YIMI's principal teachers. Nicole is a Level 2 Yoga Australia registered yoga teacher with a wide range of training. Nicole enjoys bringing together the best of what yoga, as not only a therapy but a way of life has to offer a modern yogi while remaining true to the ancient practice of yoga, Nutrition and Dietetics, Psychosomatic Medicine, Counselling and Integrative Medicine.

Schedule

The Yin Yoga Teacher Training course is scheduled from 8am – 4:30pm on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th May 2018 at Upper Brookfield Retreat.

Prerequisites & Course Registration

 There are no prerequisites for this course.

This course attracts CPD points with Yoga Australia and other governing bodies. If you complete non-contact requirements, you will be issued with a 50hr certificate. If you only attend the contact hours, you will be issued with a 32hr certificate.

Required Books

  • The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga by Bernie Clark

Recommended Books

  • Anatomy Trains by Tom Myers

Enrol now!

course registration

This Yin Yoga courses attracts CPD points with Yoga Australia and other governing bodies.

Upon completion of this course, you can undertake a range of courses with YIMI to upgrade your qualification.

prop list

Required props

  • 2 yoga blankets (marked with your name)
  • 19cm soft pilates ball (contact Zama Yoga studio to purchase)
  • 2 soft bouncy balls, not tennis balls (available at most Rebel Sport outlets, 3 for $10 - please do not bring tennis balls)

For home practice:

  • 2 bolsters
  • 2 blocks
  • 1 yoga strap
  • 3 yoga blankets (at least)

YIMI does not take orders for books or props.

faqs

We have lots of further information on our FAQ’s page such as

  • how to find our studios
  • where to stay if you need accommodation
  • where to park
  • what to do if you live too far away to attend our studios for class hours*
  • what to do if you know in advance that you cannot attend some teacher training days

And much more. Check out the FAQ’s page here or contact us for a chat.

accommodation

A range of accommodation options are available to students at the Upper Brookfield Retreat campus. This is generally suitable for students undertaking courses at the Upper Brookfield Retreat campus, although if you have a car, the campus is only a 20 minute drive to the Zama Yoga Toowong campus. For accommodation bookings at the Upper Brookfield Retreat campus, contact the Upper Brookfield Retreat directly.
Other accommodation suggestions are listed here.