THE QUIET PRACTICE
YIN + MELLOW YOGA TRAINING
Carleton Place (just outside Ottawa), ON · Hamsa Yoga
9 am - 5:30 pm | S + S, December 2/3, 2017 + January 20/21, 2018
A weekend for experienced students and 200 hour certified yoga teachers who want to diversify their offerings and confidently offer quiet yoga.
Yoga sheds light into the depth of our inextricable mind-body connection, so when we are willing to be still in our bodies, we better cultivate stillness for our minds. It’s a young yoga practice that draws on ancient wisdom, and this training honours both old and new knowledge so you can practice with greater clarity and purpose.
Suitable for experienced yoga practitioners and teachers looking to delve into offering Yin Yoga, we will explore Yin and complementary practices over the course of two weekends. We will cover…
Why Yin: The Physiology of Stretch
Skeletal Anatomy Relevant to Yin
History, Culture + Players of Yin Yoga
Introduction to Meridians Theory
Ayurvedic Lens on Yin Yoga
Teaching Methods for a Healing Atmosphere
Yin Sequences for Beginners and Advanced Practices
Supportive + Advanced Posture Prop Use
Reflective Homework for Practice and Teaching Development
Participants with a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Certification will earn a Yin Yoga Teaching Certificate and 32 hours of Continuing Education Units for Yoga Alliance.
Participants who enroll in Kathryn's upcoming 300 hour Teacher Training can use these hours toward their certification.
TORONTO YOGA CONFERENCE
Toronto | April 12 - 15, 2018
2018 details coming soon!
On Thursday, March 30th, we'll have a whole day to explore how Ayurveda is an essential framework for yoga teachers to hone their personal and teaching practices. Even if you think you know your dosha, you will get a lot of our day together in service of greater balance for you and your students.
On Saturday and Sunday, I'm thrilled to teach two sessions for teachers to help them refine their teaching skills to make your classes not easier, but more accessible, more skillful. To be of better service by thinking about how and why not just what.
It's an honour to teach alongside such revered faculty, and I so look forward to bringing my best.