Yin Yoga Training

Yin Yoga Teacher Training is coming back to Pacific Yew Yoga in April! We had an amazing response to our first training in November so we are bringing it back to the studio! It will be even better as we have extended the training to give our students the highest quality and experience of a weekend YIN Yoga Teacher Training. This will be a 3 day event taught by Suzanne Zupancic, E-RYT500; YACEP, certified YIN Yoga Instructor, and Wendy Humphreys, E-RYT200; YACEP, currently working on her 500 hr RYT. Both teacher and student are welcomed to attend.

Do you need more BALANCE in your life?

Are you searching for the Yin to your Yang yoga practice?

Yin Yoga is not new. It may seem like Yin Yoga is the newest thing as it is showing up at more and more yoga studios on their schedules, but it is actually one of the oldest practices of yoga. So, although the name “Yin Yoga” is relatively new, the practice itself is very old. Delve deeper with me into the origins of Hatha Yoga, Ha is Yang and Tha is Yin (Sun and Moon), as we explore the roots from Taoist Yoga to what we call today Yin Yoga.

Yang is about changing the world; Yin is about accepting it as it is.

This YIN Training is designed for both yoga teachers wanting to learn how to confidently teach Yin Yoga, as well as students looking to deepen their practice. This curriculum adds further studies of the energetics of the postures and how to expand your practice. It is designed as a type of teaser full of options to further your studies. Come see what resonates with your Self! 18 CEC’s from Yoga Alliance upon completion of the training. Cost for all 3 days: $258

*History and Philosophy

*Principles of Yin Yoga


*Energetics & the Meridian Theory

*Modifications & Use of Props


*Asana Clinic / Pose-by-Pose

*Philosophy & Storytelling

*Pranayama, Mudras & Mantras

*Chakra Energy Centers

*Color Energy

*Ayurvedic Marma Points

*Essential Oils

What To Bring: Your mat, blanket/bolster (if you have one), water bottle. Pacific Yew Yoga has changing rooms, restrooms, extra mats, bolsters, blankets, and water. There are coffee shops/eatery’s within a short walking distance for lunch/breaks.

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