What I love about Yin Yoga is that it allows us to consider teaching yoga from the inside (yinside) out. Through postures, we investigate our most deeply held beliefs, shedding what holds us back and making space for new perspectives. Thank you to Kula Yoga for hosting the August Level One Yin training in Melbourne and to all those who attended and contributed. If you missed out on this training (and that makes you sad) book for my upcoming Level One in October at Grass Roots Yoga in St Kilda. Or, if you’re in Western Australia, join me October 3-5 for my first […]
Kula Yoga in Melbourne’s Hawthorne East is a gorgeous yoga studio and the host of my latest Yin Level One training. I shared an inspiring weekend with 28 movement instructors including yoga teachers, CrossFit coaches, and Physios. My growing collection of fascia images was on display as well as some new props – the Tensegrity model, mandarin oranges, and neon green “bouncing putty” and new favourite words “hydrophilic” and “hydrophobic”. Discussion was lively as we considered target areas, playing edges, yang dimensions of yin poses, hyper-mobility, and being symmetrical. Often these conversations really revolve around the deeper question, “What are the values and beliefs that shape […]
Due to demand for Yin Teacher training, I am adding more trainings this year. Next up is the June 21-22 Level One Yin TT at Kula Yoga in Hawthorn East. Click on the flyer above for more details. All bookings are directly through Kula Yoga and can be made via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m excited to be partnering with a new studio to continue growing Melbourne’s Yin Yoga community!