The Art of Stillness:
A 50hr Yin Yoga Training
The stillness practices of yin yoga are a powerful antidote to the constant movement of our modern day lives. In The Art of Stillness, we will explore the contemporary phenomenon of Yin through different lenses.
We’ll study the key languages of yin yoga in depth, including myofascial stress techniques, correlations with Chinese medicine, and the integration of mindfulness practices.
Through the perspective of both ancient and modern systems, we will see how these elements can create a potent experience to settle and sooth us physically, mentally, and energetically.
Lead Facilitators Adam Whiting, Tessa Leon, Claire Winther, and Bianca Zara will guide you through this module.
This training is suitable for all students who are interested in learning more about yin yoga.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE
Anatomy lecture and discussion
Foundations of mindfulness or TCM traditions
Focus area workshop
Yin yoga practice
Level 1, 60 Halifax Street, Adelaide. Kaurna Land.
Led by Tessa Leon, Claire Winther, Bianca Zara and Adam Whiting.
$899 with 50hr certification
10% off ($809) for Early Birds: book before 15 Dec.
Payment plans available.
200hr Teacher Training graduates will be eligible to receive 50hrs towards their Human.Kind 300hr certification
The course will run over 5 days.
Wednesday 31 Jan – Sunday 4 Feb 2024
Every day of the training starts at 8:30am and ends at 4:30pm.
There is an hour lunch break plus shorter morning and afternoon breaks. Each day includes a physical practice, lectures, and various other activities.
Cost includes: training manual written by Tessa Leon and Adam Whiting, full tuition, coaching and mentoring and 30 hrs towards your 500hr Human.Kind certification.
Upon successful completion of the course, you’ll receive your 50hrs towards your 500hr certification, recognised by Yoga Alliance worldwide. Walk away with the ability to teach a life-changing practice in any environment: schools, corporate offices, studios, fitness centres, healthcare practices and beyond.
The Art of Stillness will be led by Tessa Leon, Adam Whiting, Claire Winther and Bianca Zara. Scroll down to learn more about your expert facilitators.
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