Yin Yoga Teacher Training Course - 50 Hours in Nepal

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Yin Yoga Teacher Training Course - 50 Hours in Nepal
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Yin yoga is a passive form of yoga that helps in moving energy throughout the body and helps improve physical, mental and emotional well being. It focuses on stillness, emphasises on longer, deeper stretching of the tissues that surround body’s moving parts.

Unlike more dynamic yoga practices, Yin Yoga does not involve flowing movements. Instead, it encourages practitioners to find stillness and surrender into each pose, using props such as bolsters, blankets, and blocks to support body and deepen the stretch.

Yin Yoga is often described as a meditative practice, as it requires practitioners to cultivate a sense of mindfulness and presence, and to tune into the sensations and emotions that arise during the practice. It can be a powerful tool for reducing stress, increasing flexibility and range of motion, and promoting overall wellbeing.

We follow a traditional approach to teaching Yin Yoga, based on the teachings of the renowned Yin Yoga teacher Paul. We also integrate traditional Indian and Chinese wisdom and philosophy into their training. 

The course includes a combination of theoretical study, hands-on practice, and practical teaching experience. We accompany students in their transformation that can occur through the practice of yin yoga and we aim to provide a supportive and transformative learning environment for students.

Suitable to

Beginners & Wellness Teachers
Slow down & Relax
Invoke Stillness & Calmness
Improve Mindfulness & Meditativeness
Be responsive, not reactive
Improve Concentration & Memory
Nature Friendly

Here are some of the key highlights of the program

Anatomy and physiology: Understanding the human body and how it moves is crucial for any yoga teacher. In a yin yoga teacher training, you will learn about the skeletal, muscular, and fascial systems, as well as the nervous and respiratory systems.

Yin yoga philosophy: Yin yoga is based on the principles of Taoism, and a yin yoga teacher training may delve into the philosophy behind the practice, including concepts like the yin and yang energies, mindfulness, and meditation.

Asanas and sequencing: You’ll learn about the various yin yoga poses, including their benefits, modifications, and contraindications. You will also learn how to sequence a yin yoga class to create a balanced and effective practice.

Teaching methodology: In a yin yoga teacher training, you’ll learn how to effectively teach a yin yoga class, including how to cue students, offer adjustments, and create a supportive and inclusive environment.

Curriculum: The 50hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training Course is an enriching experience for any yoga practitioner/teacher and for anyone who is willing to deepen their knowledge about the science of yoga. Students might experience personal transformation that can occur through the practice of Yin Yoga.

Overall: A 50-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training course can provide a solid foundation for teaching yin yoga, as well as deepen your personal practice and understanding of this restorative and meditative style of yoga.

Syllabus: For this Yoga Alliance Certified course includes the practice of 60-70 yin poses, Pranayama(breathing techniques), Yin yoga anatomy, Meridian systems, Yin yoga philosophy, meditation, teaching methodology of Yin poses (including props), techniques and modifications, provides ample opportunity for hands-on practice and feedback.

About The Host

We offer a sanctuary space where people from all walks of life can experience authentic yoga, yogic living, and learning how to find balance in daily life. It’s the go-to yoga retreat for an authentic yoga experience and a gentle stepping stone for anyone wishing to explore simple traditional ashram living.


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