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Flying Masters 6-9 March 2015

posted 30 Jan 2015, 17:33 by Hall Manager   [ updated 30 Jan 2015, 22:30 ]
Flying Masters is an Independent Workshop and Event Management Company. We are a team of passionate learners who believe workshop is the future of continuing education and the ultimate way to learn from the best teachers within a limited period of time. Our mission is to find and bring the top teachers from around the globe to Australia so people here don't have to spend hours searching on the internet or travel thousands of miles costing an arm and a leg to study with some of the best minds in the world. www.FlyingMasters.com.au

About the March event :

http://www.flyingmasters.com.au/workshop/30-contact-hours-yin-yoga-teacher-training-with-jo-phee/

6 – 9 March 2015 Melbourne


30 Contact Hours Yin Yoga Teacher Training With Jo Phee

The Training

The Yin Yoga Teacher Training is a comprehensive training designed for teachers interested in learning the anatomic and energetic theories of the practice. This training is divided into three components:

  • Theory and Practice of Yin Yoga
  • Yin Yoga Anatomy (skeletal variations)
  • Chinese Medicine & Meridian Nidra

Eligibility

This training is open to all levels of practitioners, particularly those wanting to teach Yin Yoga, acquire a better understanding of Chinese meridians, delve deeper into the study of Yoga Anatomy, or simply wanting to deepen their yin practice. No pre-requisite is required. A keen and sincere interest to learn is key.

The Syllabus

A) Theory and Practice of Yin Yoga

– History of Yin Yoga

– Yin and Yang Theory

– Difference between Yin and Yang Yoga (what is Yin Yoga)

– Principles of the Yin Practice (how to practice Yin Yoga)

– Ten levels of functional descriptions (how to teach Yin Yoga)

– Energy curve (Sequencing in Yin Yoga)

– Teaching considerations

– Basic Yin Poses

– Props usage in Yin Yoga

– Modifications and safety in Yin Yoga

B) Yin Yoga Anatomy

– 14 joint segment analysis

– Tension and Compression

– Function and Aesthetics

– Proportion and Orientation

– Symmetry vs Asymmetry

– Friction vs De-fixation

– Skeletal variation analysis

– 4 myofascial compartments of the thigh

– 6 myofascial compartments of the torso

– 3 layers of a joint

– Muscle contraction vs Fascial contracture

– Fascia studies and meridians relationship

– Theory of exercise

– Movement tests analysis

C) Chinese Medicine & Meridian Nidra

– Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine

– Yin and Yang Philosophy

– The visceral (organs) system

– Modern Meridian Theory

– Theory of Chi

– Three levels of meridian flow

– Balancing chi in the meridians

– Fascia Theory

– Meridians and the Viscerals (organs)

– Meridians and the Emotions

– Meridian pathways

– Meridian clock

– Yin Yoga Meridian poses

About Jo Phee

Jo is one of the first certified Yin Yoga Teacher in the world and is also a senior trainer in Yin Yoga teacher training programs. She first studied Yin Yoga with Sarah Powers a decade ago and currently serves as her assistant in her trainings. She continues to receive on-going teaching mentorship with Sarah. Jo is also the direct assistant of the founder of Yin Yoga (Paul Grilley) and was personally mentored by Paul to teach his entire Yin Yoga training curriculum.

Brought up solely with Chinese Medicine by her Taoist parents, Jo has been familiar with Traditional Chinese Medicine (“TCM”) practically her whole life. Much of her knowledge about TCM was mostly experiential exposure passed down from generations in her Chinese family. To complement her personal experience with TCM, Jo went on to study Chinese Medicine at the Singapore College of TCM, as well as the Academy of TCM. She has also completed a course on Chinese Meridians with American Acupuncturist, Dr Susan Stumpf.

Jo holds a 3-year teaching Diploma from the Bihar School of Yoga that popularized the tantric relaxation practice of Yoga Nidra which she often incorporates into her Yin classes. Her deep knowledge in the Chinese Meridian system inspired her to develop the full visualization practice of Meridian Nidra based on the Meridian Clock and Yoga Nidra.

She has a deep interest in anatomy and fascial studies. She has completed several cadaver dissections and continues to attend these dissection laboratories annually to further her anatomy studies. She has studied with renowned pioneers in fascia research – Gil Hedley, Thomas Myers and Robert Schleip. Jo has also attended fascia school at Ulm University, Germany. She is a founding member of the Fascia Research Society.

Jo is currently the Director of Teacher Training at True Yoga Singapore and spends most of her time traveling around the world delivering Yin Yoga Teacher Training programs. Her popular Yin trainings are very much sought after by yoga teachers wanting to add Yin Yoga into their teaching repertoire. She teaches in 200hrs and 500hrs training programs, and leads retreats and workshops in Yin Yoga. www.yinspiration.org

Daily Schedule

9am – 1pm        Morning Practice, Yin Theory & Chinese Medicine

1pm – 2:30pm  Lunch Break

2:30pm – 6pm  Anatomy Theory, Posture Analysis and Afternoon Practice

The Venue

141 Gipps St Abbotsford (corner Henry Street and close to Hoddle St) – 10 minutes drive on the Northeast Side of the city, right next to Collingwood Train Station (100m!) with plenty of street parking and car parks nearby. See here for detalis

The Certification

Students who complete 100% attendance will be awarded the 30 hours Yin Yoga Teacher Training certificate. These hours can be counted towards Continuing Education with Yoga Alliance. PLEASE NOTE these 30 hours are actual contact hours.
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30 Jan 2015, 17:34
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