Yoga Alliance CEC Certificate will be issued upon completion of training.
This insightful 40hr training will bring a clear understanding to the effects and benefits of a yin practice. Looking at the inseparability of the mind and body through a fascial lens and the effects of daily stress on our systems, we’ll explore how to structure a yin class to enhance a greater bio-mechanical movement function while bringing greater wellness to our minds, and our physical and energetic body.
Covered in this course:
· The history of Yin yoga and the connection to the theories of John Barnes’ Myofascial Release™ and Hans Seyle’s Stress Adaptation.
· Anatomy as it pertains to a yin practice further enhanced with a 3D visual program, with hands on work to experience the fascial body.
· Class structure, use of voice and use of props.
· Technique, practice and teaching practicum will be done throughout
the course to ensure a solid understanding of material.
Join us and take your knowledge to a new level!
Barb Leese MA, ERYT, RYS will lead this transformative course with her many years of experience in teaching various styles of Hatha Yoga and leading a Yoga Alliance 200 hr YTT program just outside Toronto, Canada. Teachers influencing her creation of this program are Paul Grilley, Bernie Clark, Judith Lasater, Aadil Palkhivala, Mark Whitwell, and Suzanne Fitzpatrick.
Leading the Myofascial work, Christine Grant, PT, Expert Level John Barnes Myofascial Release Therapist and Reiki Master Teacher who will bring an additional wealth of knowledge and understanding to the course.
“Having taken Barb’s teacher training I came to the conclusion that Barb is not only a yoga teacher to be experienced, but a yoga leader with the capacity to effect a turnaround in how health matters are addressed through the practice of yoga. Barb’s classes and teaching changed my life permanently on so many levels. I am eternally grateful and encourage students, new to advanced, to have the benefit of all of Barb’s passion and experience in her classes and teacher training.”
Friday, Oct 18 | 6pm-9pm
Saturday – Tuesday, Oct 19-22 | 9am-6pm (lunch 1-2pm)