Yin Yoga Training
A 50 Hour Immersion with Leah Adams
May 22nd, 23rd, 24th
June 12th, 13th, 14th
Friday: Noon to 7:30p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 11a.m. - 6:30p.m.
Payment plans available. $350 deposit secures your space.
YIN YOGA TEACHER TRAINING TOPICS:
Understanding the foundational concepts of yin, the origin of yin yoga, teaching methodology, the physical & energetic anatomy for the poses for the lower body, poses for the upper body, mindfulness meditation as an anchor in the yin practice, and ying/yang philosophy uncovering how traditional Chinese medicine meridian energetics can be drawn upon to enhance and balance energy.
We welcome anyone who has a sincere interest to explore yin yoga, existing yoga teachers and other wellness professionals (body workers, massage therapists, chiropractors, acupuncturists, osteopaths, physical therapists, etc.).
TRAINING STANDARDS AND INFORMATION:
Soma Yin Yoga follows the standards outlined by the Yoga Alliance for each of the 5 educational categories. Each day is a blend of a yin yoga class, meditation, presentations, and hands on exploration of the following topics:
- Techniques, Training & Practice -
Key poses of yin for legs and torso (benefits, considerations & cautions, body types, modifications, variations, sequencing)
Weaving breath, meditation, mantra and mudra into a yin class
- Teaching Methodology -
Sequencing a yin class
Supporting the body with and without props
Atmosphere of a yin class – pace, vocabulary, voice, and music
Student learning styles
Supporting students with discomfort, injuries, illness and pregnant women
- Physical & Energetic Anatomy -
Benefits of yin
Understand movements of major joints (hips, knees, ankles, spine, and shoulders)
Exploring sensation (tension, compression, opening, edges, discomfort, pain)
How to create your unique shape
Energy body – Eastern and Western perspectives
- Yoga Philosophy Lifestyle & Ethics -
Origins of yin yoga
Difference and importance of yin and yang types of activity
Difference between Yin and Restorative Yoga
Applying foundational mindfulness practices to yin
Learning to listen
Art of relaxation
- Practicum -
As a student in this program, you will have many opportunities to practice teach; starting with individual poses and concepts, and working towards longer sequences as training progresses. If you are a registered teacher with the Yoga Alliance, this training can can count towards 50 hours of CEUs.
The robust manual provided has all the information needed for the course. It also includes additional resources (books, articles, videos) for those who wish to deepen their exploration of yin.
In addition to the training curriculum, this includes course materials, student record administration and private online community to stay connected and ask questions after training is done.
50 hours (45 contact, 5 homework),
You will receive a certificate of completion upon graduating. You may teach yin yoga if you are already a 200/300/500 Yoga Alliance certified teacher and count 50 hours towards your continuing education units (CEUs). This program also counts as 50 Hours toward Bellingham Yoga Collective 'Advanced Studies' 300 Hour TT program towards RYT500 Credential.
Leah Adams is a yoga teacher trainer, meditation facilitator, and speaker grounded in ancient lineage and personal practice, integrating her unique blend of Yin yoga, traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic remedies, neuroscience and mindfulness. An early calling to holistic wellness rituals and the beauty of the natural world drew her path first to Ayurveda, then to an extensive array of Eastern practices and modalities.
In 5000 + hours of ongoing study guided by some of the world’s most profound teachers, Leah’s lifelong curiosity and extensiveness of training reflect the depth of her devotion to practice. Her true intention is to share many possible paths to well-being and inner peace, through ancient wisdom, practical knowledge, and a graceful balance between body and heart-mind. www.leahadams.co
— Instructor, Yin Yoga
— Certified NAMA Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor
— Director of Education, Sanctuary
— Educator, Corporate wellness
— Leader, Wellness and yoga workshops
— Facialist, Ayurvedic
— Student, Sarah Powers, Bernie Clark, and Dr. Claudia Welch