Yin Yoga Teacher Training
August 26 @ 9:00 am - August 29 @ 5:00 pm| $540
Yin Yoga, the practice of holding a floor passive pose for 3 minutes or more to access mobility in the connective tissue, is sometimes misunderstood. What is this connective tissue? Where is it? Why should we stretch it at all?
Join Joe Barnett, one of Yin Yoga’s most respected teachers, as he reveals the truth behind the philosophy and physiology of Yin Yoga and its benefit to practitioners. Through a hands-on interactive study of skeletal landmarks and joint range-of-motion Joe will lead you to appreciate natural anatomical variances and how they should inform you as a yoga teacher in adapting postures for different people.
Analyze, observe, and practice the elements of yin yoga
Students will come to understand what stretching connective tissue really means
How to discern and discriminate sensations such as tension vs. compression, muscle vs. fascia and physical vs subtle energy
Study the functional analysis of the skeleton
Study of the more subtle meridians and chakras and the practice 0f yin yoga
Practice and practicum of the yin postures
Modification and contraindications for yin practices
Elective for 300 Hour and Yoga Therapy Training
Upon completion you will be eligible to register 30 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) with Yoga Alliance (YA).
Joe Barnett – ERYT-500, has been teaching for 14 years. He travels nationally and internationally year round offering presentations and trainings on Yin and Yang (Vinyasa) forms of Yoga.
Joe is a senior student and primary teaching assistant of Paul Grilley, a true Yoga Scientist and founder of Yin Yoga. After several years of apprenticing under Paul, Joe began roaming the globe to spread the word of his teacher’s work.
“Joe Barnett has been our friend and assistant for many years. He has two qualities that make him an excellent presenter: he knows the anatomical principles and he relates to people in a sympathetic manner. His presentations are unhurried, hands on demonstrations, this is the easiest way to absorb these ideas.” ~ Paul and Suzee Grilley