50-Hr Yin Yoga Teacher Training
1 - 8 May 2019
Hoi An, Vietnam
What is Yin Yoga? Yin Yoga is “a being” practice and gives us the perfect opportunity to practice this deep connection and integration with long held postures and inward focused techniques. Yin yoga uses long-held (3-5mins) floor based postures to temporarily “stress” the deep connective yin tissues in the body. Deep connective tissues in the body do not respond the same as muscles. They are able to resist brief stresses but slowly change when a moderate stress is maintained for a longer period of time (3-5mins).
Holding this stress with a connective tissue , to an appropriate edge, with muscles relaxed, for an extended period of time, creates a change in its fluids and results in a lengthening of the tissue and a feeling of space. This allows a greater movement of chi through the area, maintaining the health of the meridian system of the body, which is enjoyable and promotes the healing response.
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Tenants of Yin Yoga
Anatomy and Yin Yoga
Benefits of Yin Yoga
Postures: dialogue examples, modifications, skeletal differences and using props
Theme your class
Nomad Yoga Hoi An is conveniently located along the Thu Bon River in the UNESCO World Heritage designated Old Town of Hoi An, Vietnam. It is a place based on community values & nomadic connection. The studio will be the venue host for this training.
Rates & Exclusive Discount
Book through Yoga in Vietnam and claim an exclusive $100 USD discount off the training rate.
cost: $1,449 usd / Per Person
with yiv discount: $1,349 uSD / per person
Included in the training price: tuition, training materials, and 2 meals per day. Accommodation and travel to/from Hoi An, Vietnam is not included.
To save your mat, a non-refundable deposit of $242.82 USD per person is required. The remaining training cost is due directly to the studio on or before the first day of training.
About the Lead Teacher/Trainer
“I love the affect yin yoga has had on my life, physically and mentally- it has made me slow down and work on the deeper areas of my body.” -Linda Carofano
She is passionate about improving the physical, psychological and emotional well-being of others.
Linda has been teaching/practicing yoga for 10+ years attended and hosted many other seminars and courses along the way.
“I am in my element when I am sharing information about yoga and mentoring new teachers.” - Linda Carofano
The Benefits of a Regular Yin Practice
Improves flexibility, especially around joint sites
Strengthens the immune system
Balances a yang yoga practice
Teaches physical relaxation and stillness
Promotes organ health
Heals imbalances in the energetic body
Removes blockages of Chi
Maintains meridian health: better absorption of chi and healing capacity
Develop a storehouse of vitality in the body to draw upon
Creates a time to practice inner methods such as meditation or pranayama
Improves mental ease in stillness
Enhances clarity of the mind
Teaches us to rest in space without spacing out
Increases our inquisitive nature with our bodies and life
Helps to balance emotions
Teaches us to observe emotions without reacting instantly.
Stress and anxiety reduction