Listen. Feel. Align. Radiate.
Our inner and outer worlds are inextricably linked, and this connection influences our psychological, emotional and physical states. Living in alignment with nature — including our own — is the ultimate form of self-care. Join Leah Adams for Yin Yoga Teacher Training at shefayoga Venice. This program offers a blend of lectures, hands-on learning, and practice that delivers wisdom teachings with a sense of lineage and science. Students will gain practical tools that can be applied to their own lives and to their yin and yang style teaching. It is an immersive training—a deep dive into understanding fundamental aspects of your own nervous system, becoming rooted in ancient practices, and learning how to fuel sustainable and healthy bodies, hearts, and minds through the perspective of the Eastern lineages of energetic healing arts.
Total training hours: 35. 32 contact hours / 3 homework hours
Investment: $1050. A non-refundable deposit of $350 holds your spot.
Learn to teach the foundations of Yin Yoga in this immersive teacher training with Leah Adams. Yin Yoga is a meditative and centering yoga practice that is often described as the other half of exercise. It is a complementary practice to more active styles of yoga, supporting maintenance of mobility, and an opportunity to explore mindfulness and the more subtle aspects of a yoga practice. Yin Yoga offers a container to coax the nervous system into balance and promote deep rest. Yin Yoga is both ancient and modern, designed to enliven the tissues, soften and steady the heart, and enhance and balance our energetic system.
This Yin Yoga Teacher Training offers a blend of Yin Yoga classes, lectures, hands-on exploration, and practice teaching.
Our training curriculum covers the following topics:
- Classic Yin Poses (benefits, considerations & cautions, body types, modifications, variations, sequencing)
- Benefits of Yin Yoga
- Anatomy of Yin Yoga
- Exploring sensation (tension, compression, opening, edges, discomfort, pain)
- Inner Practice: Introduction to Meditation & Visualization
- Restorative breathwork for nervous system support
- Bioelectricity and the subtle body
- Qi and meridian theory
- History of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture
- Difference between Yin and Restorative Yoga
This training is for yoga teachers, acupuncturists, massage therapists and anyone that practices Yin Yoga who wants to dive deeper into the philosophy and practice of Yin Yoga.