InYoga is pleased to present 100-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Melanie McLaughlin.
“There is a yin and yang to everything in the universe. They are like two sides to the same coin, one cannot exist without the other and they compliment each other”
Join us for this unique opportunity to explore your “yin-side” over an 8-day Urban Retreat at InYoga studio. This course is open to those who are either already 200-hour qualified yoga teachers, or dedicated students wanting to dive in and learn more for their own personal practice and enjoyment. Yoga teachers will deepen their knowledge and practice of Yin yoga, while cultivating teaching skills that will allow them to facilitate this practice for their students.
Yin yoga is growing in popularity, largely in response to what has become a very “yang”-dominated yoga culture. People are discovering the benefits of a quieter, more still practice – not just in their physical bodies, but also in their nervous and energy systems.
ABOUT MELANIE MCLAUGHLIN
Mel has been passionate about a yin-style practice for over 10 years, through her own personal practice and self-study. In 2012 Mel formalized her training with Paul Grilley through his 200-hour Teacher Training program in the USA, recently revisited for ongoing training, and now shares this wealth of experience, insight and expertise through her very own Yoga Australia recognized 100-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training course. Mel is accompanied by a highly qualified team of guest teachers in the fields of Anatomy and Physiology, Acupuncture, and Myofascial Therapies amongst others.
The course material you can look forward to will include and not limited to:
A study of Yin asanas
An alternate look at anatomy and physiology for yoga
Explore the differences between a yin and yang practice
Yin sequencing and class themes
Pranayama and meditation in a Yin practice
Muscle meridian theory and related organs (courtesy of Dr Motoyama & Paul Grilley’s research)
Meridian Massage and understanding the organs
The energy system and Chakras
Fascia research and its function and qualities relevant to YIN
The concept and importance of Chi
Teaching styles and methodologies in Yin yoga, including “partner yin” and “wall yin”
Friday 10/Sat 11th May 8am-6.30pm
Sunday 12th May -Thurs 16th 7.45am-5.45pm
Friday -final day 17th May -8am-6.30pm
Please note that no accommodation or meals are included with this course
This training is recognized by Yoga Australia for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points and member upgrades.
PRICING & POLICIES
Early Bird Price: $2,000
Early Bird Price Payment is due by 11 March 2019
Full Price: $2,200
Full Price payment is due by 10 April 2019
Course fee includes a $500 non-refundable administration fee
For cancellations more than 4 weeks prior course commencement, all fees will be refunded less the $500 non-refundable administration fee.
For cancellations within 4 weeks of commencement date, a 50% cancellation fee applies.
For cancellations within 2 weeks of commencement date, no refund will be given.
100% attendance is required for certificate to be awarded
Participants who wish to gain a teaching certificate for Yin Yoga will need to have successfully completed a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training course prior to commencing Yin Yoga Teacher Training (copy of certificate must be submitted for verification).
For those who wish to join the course personal enjoyment and experience, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need to complete 10 hours of yin yoga classes in the two months prior to course commencement. Please email email@example.com to request a yin class log.