100 hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training in Bali
Are you looking for more balance and harmony in your life? Are you curious to explore a deeper world through a quieter and gentle yoga practice? Should read Or maybe you’re a 200 hour yoga teacher looking to compliment your offerings.
100 hour Yin Yoga teacher training in Bali is medicine for our fast-paced modern lifestyles that demand a lot from us. 100 hour Yin Yoga teacher training in Bali invites us to slow down, take time to get to know ourselves and to discover a new way of being on and off the mat.
Daily stress can take a toll on our physical, mental and emotional bodies. It has been attributed to many health conditions such as hyper-tension, leaky gut, insomnia, headaches and depression. 100 hour Yin yoga teacher training in Bali brings space into the body and mind by releasing blocked energy and emotions, assisting you to rewind your whole being.
The term yin comes from the Taoist concept of Yin Yang. Yang is dynamic in nature that is associated with doing, achieving, growing and expansion. Yin is the quieter, slower, more inward nature and the two together form a complete whole. This is why when you explore or teach yin yoga, it will bring balance and harmony into your life and that of your students.
What you Will Learn
1. Yin Yang Philosophy
2. History of Yin Yoga
3. Yin Yoga Theory
- Principles of the yin practice. How to practice and teach yin yoga.
- 4 stages of a yin pose
- How to teach functional yoga
- 3 types of stresses in the body that you can apply in yoga
- Compression / tension theory
- The Rebound – why we do it and when and how to offer it
4. Anatomy of Yoga
- 14/10/7 model.
- Learn the 14 skeletal segments, 10 myofascial groups and 7 archetypes of poses
- Aesthetic vs Functional alignment in a pose
- Yin and Yang tissues in the body and how to exercise each. What effects each have.
- Understanding fascia and how it relates to the yin practice, emotions and Meridians
- Nervous system – the difference between sympathetic and presymplectic nervous systems. Learn how to difference yoga and breath practices influence each.
- Respiratory system – using the breath to influence the nervous system.
- Hormonal system and how to balance with a yin practice
5. Teaching Methodology
- How to teach functional yin by accommodating skeletal variation in students
- 3 parts of a yin class
- Use of props to decrease or increase a stress
- Learn how to hold space and facilitate a class
- How to theme and sequence a class to affect mood
- How to influence the physical, astral and causal bodies
- How to teach using the Meridian system from Traditional Chinese Medicine
- The art of touch. Sensitive adjustments. Knowing when it’s appropriate to adjust.
6. Traditional Chinese Medicine
- 5 Element Theory
- The 3 Treasures
- Zang-Fu Organs
- Meridian System. Learn the 12 main meridians and 2 extra meridians in the body and how these connect to the elements, organs and health of the body.
- How to stimulate and harmonize the flow of Qi (energy) in the body
- Emotions, colours, organs, seasons and tissues associated with each element.
7. Meditation and Mindfulness
- The difference between meditation and mindfulness
- Learn a variety of meditations to bring to your classes
- Cultivate a daily meditation practice for yourself
- Develop a mindfulness toolbox for your daily life
- How to use mindfulness while in a yin pose
- Guiding students with mindfulness during a class
8. The Business of Yoga
- How to register with Yoga Alliance
- Introduction to marketing
- Professional conduct and ethics for yoga teachers
- Beginning your journey as a yoga teacher
Who is this training for?
If you are a RYT 200 or RYT 500 and registered with Yoga Alliance this training will qualify you for 100 hours of Continuing Education contact hours. All students will receive a certificate on successful completion of the training. You do not need to be a registered yoga teacher to receive your certificate.
What Your Day Will Look Like
|7.30 – 9.30am||Meditation / Morning movement|
|9.30 – 10.30am||Breakfast|
|10.30 – 12.00 noon||Anatomy / Traditional Chinese Medicine / Mind Body Awareness|
|12.00 – 12.15pm||Break|
|12.15 – 1.30pm||Teaching Methodology|
|1.30 – 3.00pm||Lunch|
|3.00 – 5.00pm||Asana Clinic / Practice Teaching|
|5.00 – 6.30pm||Yin Practice|
What’s Not Included
We have a range of room types available to suit all budgets