2016 Yin Yoga Teacher Trainings at Vitality Yoga in Bendigo

0V4A1738 copy SMVitality Yoga of Bendigo will host two weekend Yin Yoga TT’s in 2016. These two courses can be taken separately or combined for 30 Hours.

Individual Yin TT’s: EB $425 and Regular $450 (includes manual and certificate of completion)
Package Price for both Yin TT’s purchased together: $800 (must be purchased by Feb 19)

Contact Melanie at Vitality Yoga for information and bookings:

404 Hargreaves Street Bendigo (Next to the Good Loaf Bakery)
Bendigo VIC 3550 AustraliaPh: +613 5442 2081
Email: info@vitalityclinic.com.au

Yin Fundamentals (15 hours)
Saturday 5 March – Sunday 6 March (9am-5pm daily)
In this course you will learn the foundational anatomy and philosophy of Yin and all the basic Yin postures. We will also discuss how to create a Yin environment, and the basics of cueing in a Yin way. Our study will include lecture, discussion, and Posture Lab where we break down the postures together and explore variations and modifications that allow students to access the target area of a Yin posture safely and effectively.
Tuition: $425 Early Bird (before Jan 22, 2016) $450 Regular

Yin Sequencing (15 hours)
Saturday 21 May – Sunday 22 May (Saturday and Sunday 9am-5pm)
In this course you will learn how to work with the Yin postures to create inspired and effective Yin sequences. We will discuss the anatomy of fascia and the energetic anatomy of Traditional Chinese Medicine and investigate how both can guide you in shaping Yin sequences. We will also consider Yin Yoga’s influence on the Nervous System and how this can influence sequencing. Our study will include 2 led Yin practices, followed by a breakdown and discussion of each sequence. We will discuss the language of Yin, Yin transitions, and strategies for sequencing for different times of day, different student populations, and different physical and energetic intentions.
Tuition: $425 Early Bird (before April 8, 2016) $450 Regular

About Jennifer:  Jennifer has over a decade of teaching experience and is a certified RYT 500 through Yoga Alliance.  She has been at the forefront of Yin Yoga in Australia and was the first to offer Yin Teacher Training in Melbourne.  Today Jennifer leads yoga teacher trainings, retreats, and workshops in Australia and internationally.  Jennifer began her yoga studies with classical Hatha Yoga in a Sivananda ashram and developed further by exploring many styles, from the structure of Anusara to the liquid flow of Shiva Rea. Since 2009, Jennifer has been mentored by Yin Yoga founder Paul Grilley. She has additional Yin training with Sarah Powers and further study with leading yoga educator Leslie Kaminoff. She is also fearless in moving outside her discipline exploring martial arts, dance, and even Olympic Lifting!  These days when she is not on her yoga mat you might find her perfecting her Clean and Jerk at CrossFit 3000.  Inspired by her belief that movement is medicine, Jennifer set out to understand the anatomy and function of connective tissue. She trained with leading fascia researcher and educator Tom Myers (author of Anatomy Trains) and dissected a human cadaver under the instruction of pioneering researcher and “somanaut” Gil Hedley.  Asked by an interviewer at Modern Yogi, “What does yoga mean to you?” Jennifer replied, “Through yoga, we get this amazing opportunity to study the universe by studying ourselves – all the principles, all the systems, all the dynamics of nature are right there inside us and the process of discovery is still really thrilling to me.”