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Yin Yoga Teacher Training Level 1

Yin Yoga Teacher Training Level 1

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  • Sat 25 Nov ’17, 12:00pm – 7:00pm
  • Sun 26 Nov ’17, 12:00pm – 7:00pm
  • Mon 27 Nov ’17, 8:45am – 5:15pm
  • Tue 28 Nov ’17, 8:45am – 5:15pm


Cityfitness Queen St, 203 Queen Street, Auckland CBD


All Ages


Yin New Zealand

Teaching Yin Yoga 7 Windows of Communication: Level 1 Training

Barnett, ERYT-500, based loosely in both Cincinnati, OH and Tucson, AZ, has been teaching for 14 years. He travels nationally and internationally year round offering presentations and training on Yin and Yang (Vinyasa) forms of Yoga.He provides a deep study (both experiential and anatomical) of the crude physical Skeleton and Fascia, as well as the more subtle Meridians and Chakras.

Joe is a senior student and primary teaching assistant of Paul Grilley, a true Yoga Scientist and founder of Yin Yoga.The training is meant for anybody who has been practising yoga for at least a year and has done Yin Yoga before. Students should also have an interest in deepening their understanding of the more contemplative side of the practice including; meditation, pranayama and further energetic practices.

If you are new to yin this course will give you the basic training to start teaching. If you have been teaching you will deepen your understanding of this ancient practice and be able to immediately apply your learning.

Students will be awarded a yoga alliance 25-hour certificate.

- Introduction to Taoist Anatomical Analysis and Yin/Yang Yoga Sutras of Paul Grilley.
- Learn the 7 Archetypal Yin Poses
- Understanding and discriminating sensation: Tension vs Compression, Muscle vs Fascia, Physical vs Subtle Energy.
- Introduction to the Subtle Body Continuum: Chakras/Meridians and the Water Channels of the Body.

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