Level 1: Yin Yoga Training
March 6-8, 2020
Saturday & Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
$360 (until Feb 8th after $410)
To teach a Yin class that is both safe and informative, a foundational understanding of the purpose and method of Yin is essential. Looking more deeply, however, we see that the unique nature of this subtle practice presents teachers with an opportunity to skillfully guide students through potent and potentially transformative experiences. Training in how to do so with awareness and compassion is key to developing appropriate capabilities as a teacher.
In weaving together insight and experience from a decade of mindfulness training, an immersion in spiritual psychology, and formal education in the energetic anatomy of the subtle body, Carly offers her teacher trainees a deeply holistic approach to leading mindful Yin classes. This focused 15-hour training, open to teachers as well as dedicated practitioners, explores the following:
• Meridian theory
• Safety in postures
• Basic mindfulness theory
• The role of the teacher in the community
• The ethics of teaching
Insight Yoga by Sarah Powers
Nourished by the consistent support of her mentors and strongly rooted in a twenty-year personal practice, Carly has guided thousands of students through foundational practices and trainings over the past 18 years.
Since taking part in her first meditation training in 2002, Carly continues to sit on regular retreats in both the Vipassana and Tantric Buddhist traditions, and study closely with her teachers, Sarah Powers and Jennifer Welwood. In addition to completing a multiyear Mindfulness Yoga and Meditation Training at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and The Insight Yoga Institute in California, she has been training with the International Institute of Medical Qi Qong since 2013. Learn more: https://www.carlyforest.com/
with Carly Forest
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