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Yin Yoga Teacher Training – 50 Hours Level 1


Yin Yoga Teacher Training – 50 Hours Level 1, Jan 22nd-29th, 2017

* Early bird 28,200 THB – if registered before the 20th of October 2016

Regular Price: 30,300THB

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Yin Yoga Teacher Training 50 hours Level 1   22-29 January 2017
at Lullaby Yoga Studio Bangkok Thailand


The popularity of YIN-YOGA has increased significantly making it a natural balancing practice in the yoga world where the Yang form of practice is prominent. During the past few years Sebastian & Muriel have traveled extensively in Asia and Europe, teaching and developing YIN-YOGA workshop’s and teacher training programs which will empower you to share, demonstrate and instruct the healing and meditative practice of Yin-Yoga. You can read more about Sebastian and Murielle by clicking the above thumbnail “ABOUT US”

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga practice has transformative effects on body and mind. The gentle but consistent stimulation of the connective tissue encourages long-term health and flexibility of the joints, recharges the energetic system of the body and naturally draws the mind inward into a relaxed, meditative state. It also prepares the body and mind for longer meditation practices.

Yin Yoga will be practice 3 to 4 hours everyday (including meditation/Pranayama practice).

This Training is designed for teachers and dedicated practitioners with at least 2 years of yoga experience. Prior experience in Yin Yoga is not required, but you need a keen interest in the following subjects: Anatomy, Qi Theory, Philosophy and Meditation. We will also introduce the participants to some Yang Taoist movements.You do not have to become or be a Yoga teacher to follow this training but a spirit to learn and a dedication to deepen your practice are required. Our Yin Yoga Teacher Training is overlaps Yogic, Taoist and Buddhist concepts to contemplate and interpret the essential messages of those different traditions.

From the gross to the subtle we believe in cultivating an awareness of all the different aspect of the individual, combining body/mind perception as a practice to positively affect, modify, and transform one’s health and consciousness.



  • Practice the 20 main Yin-Yoga poses
    (And familiarize yourself with the variations)
  • Learn the 17 transitions & upper body poses
    (Create session moving from Yin to Yang practice)
  • Discover and share the practice of Assisted Yin
    (A practice for the very stiff body or for those with injuries)
  • Cultivation of breath body
    (Leading toward a tranquil mind.)


  • Understand Tension Vs Compression & Skeletal Variation
    (Limitation of all Asanas & the uniqueness of the human body)
  • Looking at the 14 Skeletal segments of the body
    (Explaining the main different points of compression in the body)
  • Use the Leg/Torso Myofascial mandalas
    (Developing a functional approach of Yoga)
  • Study the benefits of the Yin-Yoga Practice
    (Anatomical & Energetic benefits and how it can improve your health)
  • Appreciate the role of the connective tissues in relation to Yoga practice
    (Theory of Exercise and the Modern Meridian Theory)

Teaching Methodology

  • Knowledge and understanding of the Yin-Yoga approach
    (Learn the difference between a Yin “Passive” and Yang “Dynamic” style of Yoga
  • How to communicate effectively the value of Yin-Yoga
    (Teaching methodology / Function & Aesthetic )
  • Acquire the skill of sequencing Yin-Yoga
    (Design class from an anatomical point of view)
  • Use the 9 Levels of Awareness
    (To influence your practice and guide your teaching)


  • The learning prescription
    (Shravana, Manana, Nididhyasa or Yoga Citta Vritti Nirodha)
  • Explore the Taoist Philosophy
    (Origin, Symbolism, Co-existence, No-absolute, Impermanence)
  • The Tattvas of the Yin Practice
    (The Principles and Qualities of the practice)
  • Clarify and define the path of Yoga
    (as a Psycho-Spiritual system)

For more information on the curriculum please contact :

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