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explore the connection between Traditional Chinese Medicine, Yoga Asana, and Modern Biology during this 40 hour yin yoga training with Carrie Johnson at Aya Yoga Oasis.
This training is for all yoga practitioners who wish to understand the anatomy and philosophy behind the practice of yin yoga, to deepen your personal practice, and it is also designed for certified yoga teachers who wish to offer to begin teaching yin yoga classes.
The EARTH training will span 2 weekends and cover:
Chinese Meridian Theory
Anatomy of yin tissues
Yoga poses and modifications for all body types
Theming a yin yoga class through intelligent layering
The art of silence
Yin teaching practicum
Extended Yin yoga practices each day
Each participant will receive a copy of Carrie’s extensive EARTH manual with poses, class outlines, and everything you need to start teaching yin classes. To prepare for the training, it is recommended that you read The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga by Bernie Clark. A copy of this book is available to borrow in the Aya Yoga Oasis library.
The cost is $795 before September 1st and $845 after. To apply for a scholarship rate of 50% off, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before August 1, 2019. Only 1 scholarship is available for this training.
This training counts as 40 CEU credits with the Yoga Alliance.
About the instructor: Carrie Johnson
Carrie Johnson is the owner of Aya Yoga Oasis, a certified yoga instructor (E-RYT200 and YACEP), and an adventurous world explorer. Carrie enjoys exploring new cultures and new places, while keeping an open mind to new possibilities.
Carrie is also very passionate about sharing yoga with her students in a way that allows them to cultivate the art of listening to their body. Every class she teaches allows time for each student to experiment and to learn something new about themselves.