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Yin Yoga 30hr Teacher Training

Yin Yoga 30hr Teacher Training
Event on 2017-06-17 14:30:00
Yin Yoga Teacher Trainingwith Nora Benian (Sundari)Bridge the gap of an active life to a meditative life for yourself and your students by learning Yin yoga. While practicing stillness in postures / asanas with longer holds, one’s mind begins to quiet down and allow greater awareness and understanding of oneself to emerge. Yin yoga can be described as a stabilizing, de-stressing, feminine and contemplative practice. This style of practice allows our connective tissue to gradually lengthen and release tension caused by stress and injury giving your whole body a more open, free feeling. It also greatly benefits the body by increasing blood flow and energy flow throughout the whole body, stimulates the production of hyaluronic acid, a synovial fluid that lubricates the joints. It increases flexibility in the joints, strengthens the bones, and releases the tension in the fascia leading to overall improved mobility and decrease of pain. This Yin Yoga teacher training offers 30 CEU credits and is a valuable addition to your teaching repertoire.It is based on the Taoist concepts of balancing the Yin and the Yang, the opposite and complementary principles in nature. Life keeps us moving quickly without much time to slow down. With this lifestyle our bodies tighten up from mental tension and begin to cause all sorts of ailments and lack of mobility leading to discomfort and pain. Yin Yoga offers a practice that helps one to play with our edges, unwind, breath more consciously and turn inward. There is less instruction to listen to, much to discover within oneself and more peace to be found.Benefits of Yin yoga are:• Calming and balancing to the mind and body• Regulates energy in the body• Increases mobility in the body, especially the joints and hips• Lowering of stress levels (no one needs that)• Greater stamina in long holds• Better lubrication and protection of joints• More flexibility in joints & connective tissue!• Release of fascia throughout the body• Help with TMJ and migraines• Deeper Relaxation• A great coping for anxiety and stress• Better ability to sit for meditation• Balances the hormonesAs a teacher you will learn:• To guide students through a basic series of passive yoga postures • offer verbal cues and hands on adjustment• to re-align, re-balance and restore the root of the imbalance• assess comfort of your students • to ease agitation and promote relaxation• suggest postures for particular therapeutic effects• explain the organic and emotional benefits of postures• develop an understanding of the healing process• improve your ability to heal yourself and to empower others to heal themselvesThis training is for yoga teachers and practitioners and offers CEU credits at Yoga Alliance and the Commonwealth Educational seminars

at Hot Yoga Georgina
155 Riverglen Drive
Keswick, Canada

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