YIN YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
Yin Yoga and Anatomy Teacher Training level 2
Monday 12th March - Saturday 17th March 2018
8.30am - 5.30pm (1 hr break included)
Golden Yogi Beachside Studio, Level 1 / 46 Hurstmere Road, Takapuna, Auckland
Yin Yoga and Anatomy COURSE DETAILS
This intensive level II 50-hour training is a certified stand-alone teacher training course and is also the second of four modules that make up Yin Therapy’s 200hour Yoga Alliance recognised Yin Yoga & Anatomy Teacher Training.
In this Level II Teacher Training, the focus is on sensing, feeling and experiencing the Yin Yoga practice and the unique anatomy of our individual bone structure for ourselves.
You will be analysing yourselves and also each other, working in pairs or small groups conducting passive assists as well as gaining experience teaching this unique form of yoga. Through this very much hands on, practical approach your knowledge and understanding will be increased tenfold.
This training also delves deeper into our wondrous human anatomy – in particular, the exciting world of fascia – the fascinating “yin” tissue and the interconnectivity of our body.
Students must have completed our Yin Therapy’s Level I Yin Yoga and Anatomy Teacher Training to be able to participate in this Yin Yoga and Anatomy Teacher Training II.
The cost for this 50 Hour intensive is $1200* (NZ Dollars) or Earlybird Price $1050* (NZ Dollars) if paid in full by 30th November 2017.
* Please note this does not include food, accommodation or travel.
If you need to cancel your booking for the teacher training course we require notification in writing at least 30 days prior to the start date of the course.
All cancellations that are 3 months or more before the training will receive a full refund minus a $50NZD registration fee.
All cancellations that are between 1 - 3 months before the training will receive a 50% refund.
All cancellations that are less than 30 days prior to the start date of the course will not receive any refund of the course fees.
Markus Henning Giess & Karin Michelle Sang
Yin Therapy co-founders and international yoga teachers Markus Henning Giess and Karin Michelle Sang are certified yoga teachers from Power Yoga founder Bryan Kest and their Yin Yoga teachers and mentors Paul & Suzee Grilley, with whom Markus also assists on their trainings.
Originally professional dancers, they combine their extensive experience in dance, performance, bodywork, traditional Thai massage, Reiki and meditation to offer a 200 hour Yin Yoga & Anatomy Teacher Training with a holistic and therapeutic approach combined with practical, hands on, experiential learning.
Markus and Karin offer their Yin Yoga & Anatomy Teacher Training and workshops throughout Germany, in Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Australia and New Zealand. Markus and Karin are known for their inspired, fascinating and fun style of shedding light on the yin side of yoga, their non-dogmatic style of teaching and making yoga anatomy entertaining, humorous and enlightening.
“The good, logical, clear structure, without losing the enjoyment value, the interweaving of the various topics which encompassed completely new fields of knowledge, the wonderful tool of experiencing and exploring on a physical level to become self aware is something quite special in the Level II training. For me you are a particularly special teacher. Thank you. Stay just as you are.”Leila K. – Yoga teacher in Bad Bederkesa, Germany – YYTT II Bremen, Germany
“Particularly special in the Level II training was feeling, sensing and diving deeper in to understanding yin yoga in practice and in theory. Everything was wonderful. Thank you so much as a fantastic teacher. I’m looking forward to more!” (YYTT II 2015 Bremen, Germany) Birgit P. – yoga teacher in Bremen, Germany
“I particularly liked the practical anatomy, loads of practical examples, pictures, then analysis of the asanas, extensive handbook. Thank you so much for helping me understand my own body and to become a better yoga teacher.” (YYTTII 2014 Hamburg, Germany) Alexandra B. – yoga teacher in the Black Forest