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Who is it for?
Anyone interested in deepening their personal studies and/or for starting to teach yin yoga with confidence and care in the Embodied Flow™ methodology.
With homework and online study you will qualify for a 100 hour certification (Embodied Yin) with Yoga Alliance.
Without homework, you will receive YECP 50 hours continuing education credits.
Embodied Flow™ Yin Yoga is a gentle yet profound integrative practice that creates a sacred space where time expands and slows down for you to catch up to your deepest sense of self.
This approach combines a unique blend of yin poses, guided imagery, experiential anatomy, movement meditation, five elements Chinese medicine, breathwork, mantra and mind-body
Embodied Flow™ Yin yoga recognizes that the way we care for ourselves, others and the environment are interrelated. Through developing awareness and loving kindness on and off the mat we gain a felt sense of this “interrelatedness” (yoga) and can become a more fully inhabited embodied being.
In this tradition, becoming embodied is a process of returning to our innate sense of wellbeing where the richness and subtleties of life are experienced. We find a place where we’re much less reactive and more responsive. A place where we can expand the aperture of our understanding of how we are, who we are, and what’s possible. We when practice in this way, a life fully felt becomes a life fully lived.
In this training we will explore and learn:
- Yin poses (basic poses, sequences, and variations)
Therapeutic applications of Embodied Flow™ Yin Yoga including biomechanics, mind-body medicine, bodywork, energy medicine, emotional processing and trauma informed approaches
Foundations of traditional Chinese medicine (meridians and the five elements)
Introduction to Embodied Flow™ principles and methodology
Facilitation skills in exploring Eastern and Western experiential anatomy
How to hold space for deep discovery and processing
Using props in a unique way that offer modifications that can help support each student's needs
Developing skills and sensitivity for advanced observation and hands on assists
Integration of Tantric and Buddhist philosophy with Yin yoga
How to create guided meditations that enhance the yin state of receptiveness, acceptance, compassion, intuition, and an individual’s capacity to self heal
Creating sacred spaces through rituals
How to facilitate dynamic classes with yin yoga sequences, mantra, and movement meditations
- 07:30 - 08:00 Morning meditation
- 08:00 - 10:00 Morning practice
- 10:30- 13:00 Theory, talks, and embodiment practices
- 13:00 - 14:30 Lunch
- 14:30 - 17:15 Theory, teachings and embodiment practices
- 17:30 - 19:00 Evening practice
* Please note that the daily schedule and curriculum is subject to change depending on the needs of the group.
- NZ $1,500 for early registration and payment by 15 December
- NZ $1,700 post-15 December