YIN1 - Teaching Yin Yoga - Pine Rivers Yoga - Brisbane, Australia

YIN1 - Teaching Yin Yoga

An IYTA weekend workshop: Yin level 1 Teacher Training

Sat 25 May 2019 10am - 5:30pm  *** NEW DATES! ***

Sun 26 May 2019 9am - 5:30pm

Pine Rivers Yoga Studio is the venue for the IYTA YIN1 - Teaching Yin Yoga weekend workshop conducted by Sarah Manning (IYTA Singapore). In this two day workshop you will learn how to safely teach a yin yoga class.

Instructor: Sarah Manning

The topics covered:

  • History and philosophy – the foundations of Yin Yoga
  • Anatomy of Yin – the connective tissue story
  • An introduction to meridians, 5 elements, yin and yang concepts
  • What are yin and yang yoga practices?
  • Combining Yin and Yang yoga in a Hatha class
  • Opportunities in Yin yoga for breathing, mindfulness and meditation practices
  • Safety – How to safely stress connective tissue – how much is too far?
  • Safety – Working with students with pre-existing conditions and the real dangers in yin yoga
  • Knee issues
  • Back and neck issues
  • Pregnancy
  • Hip replacement
  • Hypermobility

Structure of the Workshop

  • 14 hours of weekend contact hours – all yin classes and teaching practice
  • 3 hours – Online lectures (Certificate of Completion only)
  • 8 hours self-study workbooks to include reading, practice, preparation to optimise the weekend workshop (Certificate of Completion only)
  • 2 hour open book written assessment (Certificate of Completion only)

Certificate options

  1. Certification of Attendance: Simply attend the two days for a Certification of Attendance – these hours will count towards your CPD hours
  2. Certificate of Completion: You will also receive the on-line lectures, the pre-study workbook and take a two hour open book assessment and then receive a Certificate of Completion which counts towards your hours of Level 2 training. (*Additional fee applies - see pricing for details

$295 IYTA members  |  $395 non-members

 Book here. More info - astrid@iyta.org.au

Sarah Manning

Sarah is a senior IYTA and Yoga Alliance teacher based in Asia since 1995. Sarah’s extensive teaching experience includes:

  • Yin Yoga
  • Yoga Therapy
  • Yoga for Back Care
  • Pre and Post Natal

Sarah studied Chinese Reflexology whilst living in China and has trained in Tuina (Chinese Meridian Massage) and Yin Yoga whilst living in Singapore.

She leads the IYTA Yin Yoga Training and has led the development and introduction of all of the IYTA Post Graduate courses.