50 Hour Modular Training Course

Yin Yoga Teacher Training Course for yoga teachers, graduates and current trainees (also open to non-yoga teachers) – add Yin Yoga to your teaching skill set and personal practice

6 Day Residential at Byron Yoga Retreat Centre

Dates Register
February 17 - 22, 2020

Course price from $2090 (includes tuition, all meals and 5 nights in quad (4) share room with shared bathroom, other accommodation options subject to cost and availability)

Earlybird Price from $1870*

*Earlybird – offer only available for bookings made more than 8 weeks prior to course commencement.

Modular Trainings

Byron Yoga Centre’s 50 and 25 hour Modular Trainings are designed to be stand alone specialty courses as well as being applicable to part of your 200 or 300 certificates. They fit particularly well as part of a Level 2 300 hour course. To be counted as part of a Level 1 or Level 2 the modular course must be undertaken after the residential intensive not before. These modular course hours can also be used for the ongoing professional development required each year by Yoga Alliance and other professional bodies. Or you could just do one because you want to learn more.
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50 hour Yin Yoga 17-22 February 2020

25 hour Pre Natal Yoga with Emma Grant 5-8 March 2020

25 hour Restorative Yoga 12-15 March 2020

50 hour Meditation Teacher Training with Swami Pujan 23-28 March 2020

25 hour Practical Anatomy Training with Andrew Olson 30 April – 3 May 2020

50 hour Remedial Yoga Training with Maria Kirsten 8-13 June 2020

25 Hour Trauma-Aware Yoga with Chris Thompson-Lang 20-23 August 2020

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga has been growing in popularity as people increasingly seek balance in a fast-paced world.  The chance to sink into stillness, to connect to your centre and to relax into rest is a potent practice.

Many people see Yin Yoga as a complement to a vinyasa practice, the yin to the yang, but it is also an entire practice in itself. This training will equip you, as a teacher and as a practitioner, to add elements of Yin to the cool down of your class or to teach complete sessions of Yin Yoga.

Many people confuse Yin and Restorative Yoga, for a detailed explanation see here

Yin Yoga Teacher Training Course Overview

This course provides a solid foundation of the theory and methodology of Yin Yoga. You will learn how Yin Yoga poses works along the body’s meridians and about the effects on the bio-mechanics of the body including how the poses work on the fascia and connective tissue. You will also explore experientially how Yin Yoga works on deep levels to still the mind and balance the emotions, even releasing long held emotions on a cellular level.

You will be guided through the teaching method and sequencing of 20 key poses in Yin Yoga, and variations on these poses. Participants will have the opportunity for practical teaching experience and encouraged to develop their competent and confidence in sharing Yin Yoga with others.

Residential Content

In the residential course the practical teaching sessions will be undertaken in two groups so you will have the option of some free time when you are not in that day’s teaching group. You can choose to relax by the pool, go to the beach, explore the town – or join the Yin class. Then the evening sessions will offer you time to relax and reconnect to yourself through guided meditation, pranayama and Yoga Nidra.

  • Learn to teach 20 Yin Yoga poses, safely and confidently
  • Yin intentions and principles
  • Physical and energetic theory and benefits of Yin Yoga asanas
  • Meridians of the body and how to develop themed classes
  • Sequencing, adjusting and use of props for Yin Yoga
  • Bio mechanics of Yin Yoga on the body
  • Practical teaching opportunities
  • Time to relax, enjoy the pool and explore the area
  • Guided meditations, Pranayama and Yoga Nidra

Certificate of Attainment

You will receive a certificate of completion and this can be counted as 50 hours towards any Level 1 or Level 2 where you have already participated in the residential intensive.

This 50 hour training can be counted as your CPD (Continuous Professional Development) as required by Yoga Alliance (YACEP) and Yoga Australia.

Note: There are no assessments or online requirements for this course (yay!).

Your Teacher Trainers

This course will be facilitated by Byron Yoga Centre Senior Teachers. Led by Marita Dortins and Caitlin Harris

“The teacher was wonderful with a huge amount of knowledge that she presented in an engaging way. I learnt so much and feel confident to teach what we learnt.” Kate

 

Sample Program – 6 Day Yin Yoga Training

In this 50 hour training, you will enjoy yoga classes, theory sessions and practical teaching opportunities to further your teaching skills plus time to relax and reflect.

Day 1:

2:00pm - Arrive and settle in to your accommodation
3:00pm - Welcome Circle
4:00pm - Yin yoga class
6:00pm - Dinner
7:00pm - Yoga Nidra

Day 2-5:

6:30am - Asana, meditation and pranayama class
8:00am - Breakfast
9:00am - Principles of Yin session
10:30am - Break
11:00am - Theory and Methodology workshop
12:30pm - Lunch
2:00pm - Theory and Methodology workshop
4:00pm - Practical teaching of Yin yoga class / Time to relax and reflect
6:00pm - Dinner
7:00pm - Yoga Nidra / meditation / pranayama

Day 6:

6:30am - Yoga practice
8:00am - Breakfast, check out of rooms
9:00am - Final session and closing circle
11:00am - Departure (you are welcome to stay on to use the facilities and have lunch)

* Daily program may vary slightly

Course Venue

This fully residential training will be held at the Byron Yoga Retreat Centre, Byron Bay.

Dates Register
February 17 - 22, 2020

For information on the Byron Yoga Retreat Centre accommodation and food, plus to find out more about Byron Bay – click here