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This Yin Yoga Teaher Training is a comparative study of three seemingly different approaches to health and well being — the Chinese Meridian system, the Chakra system of India and the Myofascial Trains of the West. There is a considerable amount of overlap found in these approaches. All three paradigms offer an explanation as to how the mind and body influence each other. As a yin practitioner and teacher you will be able to seamlessly blend together the knowledge of the East and the West in a way that will translate to comprehensive and effective sequences. You will be able to be more prescriptive in your teaching, providing your students and clients with real solutions to common ailments. 


This training is suitable for those wanting to deepen their understanding of Yin Yoga – whether as a yoga teacher or not. The training provides a solid foundation of the theory and methodology of Yin Yoga. You will learn how Yin Yoga poses works along the body’s meridians and about the effects on the bio-mechanics of the body including how the poses work on the fascia and connective tissue. You will also explore experientially how Yin Yoga works on deep levels to still the mind and balance the emotional body.

This training is open for:

Qualified yoga teachers who want to learn Yin Yoga to expand their scope of teaching

Yoga practitioners who want to learn about Yin Yoga – how to practice it and teach it

Yoga studios and yoga school owners who want to add value to the classes they offer to their clients

Students who are new to Yoga Teacher Training and wish to attend our Pathways Training towards attaining a 200 Hour certification.

While this training is designed specifically for qualified Yoga Teachers wishing to teach Yin Yoga classes, it is also open to dedicated practitioners of yoga, Body Workers or Healers with the intention to use the knowledge to deepen one’s own understanding and practice

"Nobody is perfect.
Not every pose good for everyone"


Foundation of Yoga

✅ History of Yoga

✅ What is Yoga

✅ 8 Limbs of Yoga

✅ Path of Yoga

Subtle Body Anatomy

✅ Prana

✅ Tri Sarira

✅ Panca Kosha

✅ Chakras

✅ Nadis

✅ Panca Vayus

Concept and Function of Qi

✅ Causes and Symptoms of Chi Disruption

✅ Visual Diagnosis of Embodied Chi Imbalance

The Concept of Yin & Yang

✅ The Theory of Yin Yang

✅ Yin Yang Application in Human Body Structures

✅ Yin Yang Application in Physiological Functions

✅ Yin Tissues and Yang Tissues

The Five Elements Framework

✅ The Five Elements and their Relationships with Nature and the Body

✅ The Relationship between the Five Elements


The Meridians

✅ Meridians – Yin & Yang Meridians

✅ 12 Primary Organ Systems

✅ Meridian Clock – Application for Symptom Diagnosis & Treatment

Yoga Anatomy

✅ Fascia : Fascial Trains & Meridians

✅ Fascial Trains & Organ System Pathology for The Five Elements

✅ Yoga & Kinesthetics : The Science of Movement

✅ Understanding How Yoga Works

✅ Paul Grilley’s Tension & Compression Theory

✅ Necessity of Individual Alignment

✅ Exploration Of Skeletal Variations in Asana

Yin Yoga

✅ What is Yin Yoga

✅ The purpose and the benefits of Yin Yoga

✅ Yin Yoga Asana

Teaching Methodology

✅ The Foundation of Yin Yoga Sequence

✅ The Using of Yoga Props

✅ The Hands of Adjustment


06:30 - 07:00

Chanting Mantra

07:00 - 08:30

Yin Practice & Pranayama

08:30 - 10:00

Breakfast & Personal Time

10:00 - 11:15

Theory 1

11:15 - 11:30


11:30 - 12:45

Theory 2

12:45 - 15:00

Lunch & Long Break

15:00 - 16:15

Asana Clinic

16:30 - 18:00

Yin Practice & Pranayama

18:00 - 19:00


19:00 - 20:00




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