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This comprehensive 25-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training led by Rayne & Megan will leave you with a clear understanding of yin yoga, fascia, anatomy, meridian lines and the therapeutic affect of the practice, making it relevant in your teaching.
We will explore the Western fascia studies and the TCM Meridian theory to to understand why fascia has become the focus of modern research and the use of these concepts in complementary healing modalities.
Through this training, you will learn how to use yin yoga principles to improve performance and overall wellbeing using postures to increase flexibility, mobility as well breath techniques to calm and centre the mind. This training is suitable for yoga teachers and students that may want to delve deeper into the yin yoga practice.
Friday 2, Saturday 3 & Sunday 4 December 2022
9am – 6pm daily
Hours 9am – 6pm on Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Location Warrior One Yoga 228 Beach Road Mordialloc
What to Bring
With passion and purpose Megan helps students move, breathe and feel better in their bodies and minds with classes that combine the traditions and tools of yoga with modern understandings of the body and brain. Her teaching style is exploratory and inquisitive blending mindful movement and mobility together for a therapeutic and holistic experience. Her skills lie in her ability to translate anatomical knowledge into somatic “felt” experiences that are designed to get you out of your head and into your body. She joins the Warrior One Yin training to share her in-depth knowledge on using myofascial release with therapy balls (Yoga Tune Up) to enhance the yoga practice and help support a healthy body and mind.
Yes, we recommend bringing or purchasing your own bolster online in preparation for the training. This way you can practice your Yin and sequencing at home. Our organic bolsters at the studio are from Stretch Now.
Yes, there is an abundance of free parking on Beach Road Mordialloc, as well as the surrounding side streets. Be sure to check signs for time limits and clearways.
Definitely not! This training is designed for people wishing to deepen their practice as well as teachers wanting to delve into the Yin bliss bubble.
Provided you have completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training and you have insurance and first aid qualifications, then you’re all good to go!