100 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training April

Nusa Lembongan

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Yoga Dunia
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Apr 5 - 16, 2020
Group size: 1 - 30
100 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training April
Nusa Lembongan

Yoga Dunia
  • Email address verified
2 reviews

$1495
Deposit: $250
Apr 5 - 16, 2020
Group size: 1 - 30

About this trip

  12 Days and 12 nights 100 hour Yin yoga Teacher Training


Join us for an amazing 100-hour Yin yoga teacher training at Yoga Dunia, Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia. Minutes from the beach in a peaceful location, this is the perfect location to dive deeper into your Yin Yoga.

We are offering you the complete package of all the Yin essentials to both personalize your own practice and give those of you, that are already teachers, the skills and additional certification to teach Yin yoga classes.

The training includes Yin asana, philosophy, practical interactive learning labs, lesson planning and student practical teaching labs. Your own practice will deepen as you apply the theory of yin yoga to yourself and have the opportunity of practicing teaching this style to others. By the end of this intensive course, you will be able to confidently both practice with inner awareness and teach a beautifully balanced Yin yoga class.

Includes:


  • Yoga philosophy, asana, pranayama and meditation, teaching skills, anatomy and physiology for Yin yoga.
  • Daily 2 hour double asana classes, totaling 4 hours each day.
  • On successful completion a 100 hour Teacher Training certificate. For those that are already register with Yoga Alliance you will be able to register these hours as continuing education.
  • Yoga Styles:  Yin/Yang, Yin, Restorative.
  • The maximum participants in the group is 14.

Daily Training Schedule

First day:- the welcome talk is at 3pm to help you have time to settle onto the island and into your accommodation, and there is an evening two hour practice at 4.15pm.


The following ten days:-


6am – 6.45am: Meditation

6.45am – 7am: morning tea

7am – 9am: Asana and pranayama

9am: Breakfast

10.30am – 12.30pm: Interactive lectures or asana labs

12.30pm – Lunch

2.00pm – 4.00pm: Interactive lectures or asana labs

4.15pm – 6.15pm: evening asana, pranayama and meditation 


Day twelve: This day we have our usual morning meditation and asana practice, you have teaching preparation time and teaching practicals before we say our farewells with a group evening meal.



Meet the Teachers

 
Claire Green – Yin Teacher Trainer
Senior Yoga teacher, yoga therapist and passionate yin yogi, from her first encounter with yin yoga she was hooked, and fell in love with the pure raw healing potential of the practice and the contrast between the strength and power of a yang practice compared to the grace and surrender of a yin practice. Passionate about how yoga empowers people in the healing process; rather, than being a passive recipient of treatment, the student is actively engaged in the path to their own well-being. Claire sees her role as guide you to listen to your own subtle messages your body gives and directing you as to how to respond offering tools for re-balance and teaching you the way to implement these tools within your own teaching. Claire has over 1,200 hours of teacher training and 15 years of teaching experience; completing 500 hours with the British Wheel of Yoga in 2005; Birthlight pregnancy yoga training in 2009. She gained the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Course Teacher Trainer certification in 2011 delivering British Wheel of Yoga training. In 2014 she completed Forrest Yoga Advanced Yoga Training before furthering her training by completing 500-hour with Maggie Reach studying yin yoga therapy, yoga philosophy, chanting, and Ayurveda, co-run with Neil Pearson, a specialist in physical therapy and chronic pain in 2015. In 2019 she completed further Yin Yoga training with Jo Phee and Joe Barnett. 


 

Rachel Ellery – Anatomy Teacher

Uk Trained Osteopath, New Zealand trained pilates rehab instructor and international anatomy teacher Rachel Ellery specializes in sharing her knowledge of human anatomy and movement principles to yoga students and body-workers from around the world. Her mantra “educating and moving the world one body at a time” stems from over 26 years of hands on experience and 17 years of teaching functional anatomy, bodywork techniques and movement. Her passion to heal others through touch and movement began while practicing sports therapy in the UK and Caribbean. Rachel naturally progressed into further education at the British School of Osteopathy graduating in 2000. Rachel has also continued training in Cranio-sacral Osteopathy, Garuda mat, dry needling, pediatrics and shown interest in Eastern medicine healing modalities Wuo Tai, Zen Thai Shiatsu, Thai Vedic Yoga and the Thai Massage Circus. Rachel educates yoga students in the importance of human and functional anatomy encouraging them to develop their alignment, self-awareness, teaching skills and to educate others in the wonders of the body.


There will also be an additional Yoga teaching assistant to support you on the training.

Daily Training Schedule

 

6am – 6.45am: Meditation

6.45am – 7am: morning tea

7am – 9am: Asana and pranayama

9am: Breakfast

10.30am – 12.30pm: Interactive lectures or asana labs

12.30pm – 2.00pm: Lunch

2.00pm – 4.00pm: Interactive lectures or asana labs

4.15pm – 6.15pm: evening asana, pranayama and meditation


Structure of the course

 

The first day is our welcome talk and get together to explain the structure of the course and allow you to get to know each other a little. The evening will include a full two hour evening asana, pranayama and meditation combined practice. 

The next two days will be your Anatomy training in-addition to your morning meditation and asana practice and evening asana practice. 

The next eight days is your Yin part to apply the theory, enjoy interactive lectures and practical sessions to learn, understand and apply the principles of a Yin practice, linking our physical practice with specific organs and energy pathways. By feeling and understanding ourselves energetically and working with your own meridian system you will how to restore physical and emotional balance for yourself and to teach others. On your ninth Yin day you have your Yin teaching practicals following the morning asana and meditation class and study time. 

We then have our certificate ceremony and a beautiful celebration meal together for our last evening.

What's Covered?

 

  • Taoism and Yin and Yang Theory and how these relate to our Yin and Restorative yoga practices.
  • The seven Emotions and the Corresponding organs.
  • The 7 Archetypal Yin yoga poses
  • Yin yoga poses for the myofascial groups
  • Yin Yoga poses for the meridians
  • The Main Meridian system.
  • Yin Yoga Sutras by Paul Grilley
  • Analysis of Yin Yoga poses
  • Tension and Compression anatomy interactive lab
  • Functional Yoga Interactive lab: how to use Yin yoga to compliment your skeletal system
  • Fasica Anatomy and Behaviour
  • Fascia Dsyfunctions
  • Qi Flow in connective tissue
  • Pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation sessions to compliment a Yin Practice

Anatomy and Physiology


You will receive anatomy and physiology teaching lectures to deepen your understanding of body mechanics during a yoga practice. You will gain an enhanced comprehension of the body to inform both your personal and teaching practice. Topics covered include: Anatomy of the foot, ankle, knee, hip, Anatomy of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, Anatomy of the spine, Anatomy of the core. Kinesiology and biomechanic and the Anatomy of the nervous system. You will also learn all the essential anatomy and physiology specific for a Yin yoga class including tension and compression theory, understanding fascia and functional yoga.

Philosophy, texts, and concepts

  

· You will understand the philosophy of Taoism and Yin Yang Theory

· You will understand and apply Taoism to your own life exploring your own life patterns and habits, and how to use the elements and meridians to create and restore balance.

· Yin Yoga Sutras by Paul Grilley

· Tension and compression theory

· Qi Flow in connective tissue

· You will be exploring the essential yin yoga teaching from teachers and developers Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers.

What to expect?

 You will learn how to take a shape that suits your skeletal frame and softening into the shape to engage your meridian system and release stagnant energy. The teacher will guide you how to go through a journey of understanding your energetic system. By learning these teaching skills and how to instinctively tune into your own and student’s needs will lead you to practice and then teach the art of self adjustment accordingly, so that students can understand how to tune into their own energetic body to create balance within the practice. We will be breaking down each popular Yin asana, discussing variations and use of props, the rebound and rest period and how to use a mindful meditation with your practice. We will be exploring Yin teaching skills, voice and tone and how to use observational skills to skillfully interact with students. 

Prerequisites:

  

The course is suitable for all level of practitioners who both have a deep interest in the power of yin yoga and for those who are already established yoga teachers and wish to begin to teach this beautiful style.

If you are at the stage where you wish to develop your own practice, learn more about yoga and all its aspects, but are not ready or do not wish to become a certified yoga teacher yet then this course is also for you. We understand it can be difficult to find the time to learn and practice all the elements of yoga, so this is an opportunity to do so without becoming a yoga teacher.

If this is you, we do recommend you to have practiced any style of yoga for at least six months, as this will make it easier for you to develop a regular asana, pranayama, and meditation practice. You will be able to follow exactly the same schedule as those who are choosing to become certified, without the necessity to complete the final test paper and the student teaching labs.

To teach yoga authentically, you do require a minimum of 200 hours, in order to gain appropriate insurance. Therefore, although yoga teaching is not officially regulated, it is wise to gain this base number of hours before undergoing teaching (unless it is for friends, family and others that understand your experience and teaching certificate hours).  

During this intensive course, you will practice two hours twice a day Yinyang, Yin yoga and Restorative Yoga. Do not worry if you have health mis-alignments or injuries, please just let us know. Yin yoga and restorative are particularly healing for the body. 

Final assessment – you will have the opportunity of practical teaching assignments. This is not compulsory but will be offered to you within the safe and supportive teacher training group, to enable confidence in teaching to be gained. 

Final assessment –

 During the last day you will have teaching practicals. 

What’s included

  • Breakfast
  • Yin Elements
    Yoga philosophy, asana, pranayama and meditation, teaching skills, anatomy and physiology for a Yin practice.
  • Daily Practice
    2 hour double asana classes, totaling 4 hours each day.
  • Certificate
    On successful completion a 100 hour Teacher Training certificate. For those that are already register with Yoga Alliance you will be able to register these hours as continuing education.
  • Lunch and Dinner
  • Flight ticket
  • Personal Expense
  • Accommodation
    Accommodation are external to the studio, please find below the option to book through us or book yours by your own

Available options

Dormitory - 4 bunk beds4 left
$120
Private room - double room5 left
$228
Bungalow - double room4 left
$360

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Yoga Dunia
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Yoga studio offering drop-in classes, workshops, retreats, and yoga teacher trainings on the paradise island of Nusa Lembongan, Bali, Indonesia. Yoga Dunia is located on the magical island paradise of Nusa Lembongan, just a short 30-minute boat ride from beautiful Bali. A small, peaceful island, Nusa Lembongan is covered with pristine white sand beaches, warm turquoise waters, and lush jungle. Just as beautiful as Bali, but tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the tourism crowds, Nusa Lembongan is the perfect place to escape to for a transformational spiritual journey through yoga.

Reviews

VC
The YTT at Yoga Dunia was a fantastic experience. All of the team there are lovely, friendly and supportive and it was a fabulous environment for the course. The breakfasts were especially delicious with so much fresh tropical fruit - I've been missing them ever since! The emphasis on structural alignment has given me the confidence to teach knowing that my class are practising asanas safely which is really important for me. We also had a lot of teaching practice starting in the first week, which really helped to prepare us for the 'real' world. A fantastic experience and a great beginning to my journey as a yoga teacher - thank you so much.
I had an amazing time at Yoga Dunia with lovely people, delicious healthy breakfast, nice accomodation and, of cause, great yoga lessons. The people are super friendly and help you with everything you need. A big THANK YOU to Claire, my Yoga teacher, who made sure we do yoga in a safe and respectful way for our body and who teached us so much more than just yoga. I definitely recommend her classes to everyone who are not just interested in doing a workout yoga. I also say thank you to Audrey and her team to make everything so super easy going around the studio. I felt home for a week and would definitely come back again!